Pun of the day:
A block of cheese flew by and hit the fortune teller in the face. Cheez, she should’ve seen it coming 😛

I went to Disney-cloud-cuckoo-Land on Day 2!!!

But i’m not gonna post it! It’s the best memory i had in HK so i save the best for last! Muahaha. Wheehehe.

Went to Temple Street at night.

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And the street of your destiny.

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A streetful of fortune teller and tarot reader tents!!!

So which tent exactly would you go into?

A) The one with most people visiting.
B) The one whose fortune teller you suspect is Takeshi Kaneshiro’s lost lost twin.
C) The one whose fortune teller reeeeally looks like a fortune teller.
D) The one with laminated photographs which the fortune teller took with Leslie Cheung and Anita Mui.
E) The one whose fortune teller comes up and tells you that you look like Leslie Cheung or Anita Mui.

Wanton mee!

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Just like hor fun in Ipoh, when it’s different, it’s different. And you can never get it anywhere else. If i stole their recipe, i’ll become the richest Wanton mee seller in KL.

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Some fried fish skin to go with the noodles.

Thats all for Day 2.

What? Not enuf meh? Okay okay. I shall post some of the nice things i think you will like in HK (apart from century eggs and mango puddings!)

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Kiut T-shirts.

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Kiut wallpapers.

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Kiut dolls.

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More more kiut dolls.

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More more more kiut dolls!

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Ayumi-ish Bling blings!

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How bout a Birdday cake?

BUT THE BEST HAS TO BE

This.

A big. striking. yellow. signborad. hanging from a dodgy building in Mongkok.
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Translation: “One Night Stand—> ”

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