Streets of Hong Kong Private Tours | The Spandex Nutters who ignore the Law

The gaudy and over the top Christmas Decorations at 1881 Heritage, perhaps Hong Konger's favourite breakfast meal and dodgy neon signs that might just fall on you.

You are supposed to stop on a red light!

This young lady who is giving me the death stare simply rode through a red light, I often see cyclist's do this as well as weaving all over the road. They simply ignore the traffic law's and they wonder why motorist's curse them to high heaven.

On a positive note I have to say she looked pretty good in Spandex.

1881 Heritage "shopping mall" next to Canton Road is a pretty pointless place to shop given that it is largely boutiques selling very high end watches and jewellery but you have to give them credit for their visually stunning but completely over the top and rather gaudy Christmas Decorations - amazing!

The humble egg sandwich, perhaps Hong Konger's favourite breakfast food.

Dodgy neon signs have been in the news here recently as they can sometimes fall.... luckily no one was hurt.

If they removed the tree the building would probably collapse

These people were filming a documentary at the Flower Market and I bumped into them the next day on Cheung Chau! what are the odds?

One of our 5,000 double decker buses negotiating our narrow streets.

A maid walking her employer

Random buildings - image taken next to Statue Square in Central District

A psychotic bilingual bird at the Yuen Po Bird Garden

A Monty Python fan with a great number plate - he is obviously a Knight who says Nee!


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Posted on November 16, 2013 .