Hong Kong Tour | This is NOT a soup ladle for scooping out deep dykes!

A cupping victim bears his "wounds" for everyone to see, another arty farty view from the Peak and Hello Bloody Kitty is back (again).....

 Deep dykes at Victoria Peak Garden

Deep dykes at Victoria Peak Garden

I have just recovered from watching the You Tube video of Jim Davidson, an English comic having an "expert" on his show talking about deep dykes. 

Seeing the "soap ladle" above set me off - the joke is simply the more modern meaning of dyke. 

Whenever I watch this video I am in tears, it is the funniest thing I have ever seen.

 These are not tattoo's

These are not tattoo's

I came across this chap in Wanchai Market selling fruit, a cupping victim, I can never understand how one subjects oneself to this form of torture and those marks take weeks to fade. I have to say that this chap was very popular with the ladies who seemed fascinated by these markings.

 Lovely

Lovely

Another arty farty killer view from the Peak, composition son, composition

 Hello bloody Kitty

Hello bloody Kitty

 The Hello Kitty Tram - but look at the arms on the chap at the right of the image

The Hello Kitty Tram - but look at the arms on the chap at the right of the image

I simply do not get it, why are Hong Kong people so obsessed with Hello Bloody Kitty? well I console myself that at least it isn't the bloody smurfs! 

 Say hello to my little spider................. 

Say hello to my little spider................. 

This Golden Orb Spider was absolutely ginormous, the biggest I have ever seen, enough to give anyone the creeps. 

 Nice shop, not many clients

Nice shop, not many clients

Located on Chater Road,  the Bvlgari shop is jolly nice and they spent an absolute fortune on it, pity it does not get many clients. 

 A very large container ship

A very large container ship

I am lucky enough to live next to the shipping channel so we get all the monster container ships sailing past every day... I am not anorak enough to dig deeper and start making notes on these leviathans. 

 The line for the Peak Tram at the Peak

The line for the Peak Tram at the Peak

The lines for the Peak Tram get longer and longer by the day. 

 Macro photography with a point and shoot camera

Macro photography with a point and shoot camera

Slowly getting there but have some way to go - macro plant shots

 We once lived in Lam Tin. 

We once lived in Lam Tin. 


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Posted on August 13, 2013 and filed under Spiders, Snakes + Bugs.