So here we have a panorama of the island. There is Hong Kong island and then there is the part that attaches to China. Either way it still looks way awesome. The lights from the building are amazing. I’m sure that I wouldn’t want to pay the power bill, but watch, yes. Speaking of power, it’s hot down there. Really hot. But everywhere has air. I’m not talking about oh I got a little air going, I’m talking about when people open the door to leave, if you’re on the sidewalk walking past you can feel it. You think Chanel skimps on air. No way. Which is pretty rad because whenever you get hot you can just roll in to a store and hang for a bit. I would totally live in Hong Kong, the only problem. They speak Cantonese. However awesome that is you can’t really use it except in HK or Canton. Is that bad, well, no but I can use Chinese all over China. It’s also expensive. It costs just about as much as Vail. Pretty sure that your not going to make that much to start. So it would just be an up hill battle. In any case, I dug HK and want to go back after obtain a large sum of money. Custom suits here I come… oh, and copy watches.. I’m coming for you too..
HK money. Plastic, paper, see through, totally boss.
These my friends are two holy grails of cars. The Nissan Skyline. Can’t get them in the states. Dang politics. However in HK, you can have them all you want providing you have the dough and can drive drive stick left handed. I forgot to mention that the drive on the other side of the road. Remember, HK was owned by the British up until a few years ago. Japan spec car here I come.
So there you have it. There was a ton more I wanted to talk about but I don’t remember what I wanted to say. There are tons of people from India trying to get you to buy a suit, a watch, a camera. It gets annoying. At night there are tons of hookers at 7/11. Not all 7/11′s have a Slurpee machine. Walking around is cool. No one really stares at you because there are so many foreigners there already it doesn’t matter. Tons of people. Some good food. Water, working girls. Um. fish. Every major brand has two stores. Or it seems that way. So much fashion. Which I liked, but the lack of a job leads to a lack of money and thus I couldn’t buy anything. Bummer. Next time.