Food Tours Hong Kong | The nasty chicken foot, a local delicacy in Hong Kong

The Financial Secretary gets to park without the fear of getting a ticket, the mind boggingly stupid Occupy Central movement and a spooky bird.

It's all about medicinal properties

I fully appreciate that I am a very boring person when it comes to food and for the life of me I cannot understand why anyone would willingly eat a chicken foot. 

I mean look at it, what possible enjoyment could one get from gnawing on a piece of a feathered beast composing of gristle / tendons / claws.... medicinal properties, that's what it is all about.

Give me a piece of blueberry cheesecake any day of the week, 

Our Financial Secretary has no chance of getting a ticket despite being illegally parked in Bank Street in Central. 

This is the face and symbol of the Occupy Central Movement whose moronic "members" want to bring Hong Kong to it's knee's next year if their demands for democratic reforms are not met... more on this in the coming months.

A very spooky bird at the Bird Market.

Coppers on street patrol

Sign at the flagship store of Hermes on Canton Road in TST. 

More Indonesian maids in Causeway Bay

The lucky large turtle at the Pak Tai Temple in Wanchai

20 seconds away from meeting it's maker

Typical trinkets on sale at markets


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Posted on November 12, 2013 .