I have been staying at Hong Kong since I was 12, and I would like to bring you snaps throughout my week. Hopefully this should give you more of a feeling of what typical life is like in Hong Kong.
First Photo – Starting off with Sham Shui Po at noon, I was looking out for lunch and I saw some guys sorting out boxes of computers on the road. Do you see this at your location before? The MSI NetOn All-in-one PC. Cost HK$3400 (about $435).
Taking some shots at the Mickey Mouse Exhibition on the streets.
Wish to see a giant size of Mickey Mouse instead.
I often see this guy doing performance on the streets, he can really keep still for a couple of hours.
Japanese Magazines. All of them are not cheap at here.
This was my first time seeing Hello Kitty hooks by 3M.
While looking for some DVDs to rent, this shop provides Japanese DVDs and video tapes too.
An “old skool” video tape.
My all-time favorite drama!
Vietnamese Beef Noodle for lunch.
Japanese instant noodles at supermarket. Did any of you guys had this before?
Dinner Time! Browsing through the sushi menu…
Sushi dinner. Almost as tasty as the ones at Japan.
Went to a ramen place for another round of dinner. Just beside the sushi place.
I go for some traditional grub instead. I have Chilled Udon which is kinda like shredded seaweed which rests on top of some thick noodles. It’s only HKD$15.
Dipping sauce to go with the Udon.
Ordered a deep-fried eggplant for only HK$8.
I have one last dish to end my dinner, the Oden. It’s a Japan’s winter dish which consist of several ingredients. Not cheap to eat this at Hong Kong, it cost HK$18.