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A typical Hong Kong Street Scene, mystical cows at the Big Buddha, it's a hard life being a male in the bug world, an awesome brutish Ford Mustang and the famous toothpaste in Hong Kong that used to be called Darkie toothpaste!

This is me, Jamie also known to my friends as Jaguar and to certain people, Fat George Clooney!

I am a private tour guide based in Hong Kong and I offer unique, immersive private walking tours of Hong Kong... cultural tourism at it's best.

 I have been awarded the Tripadvisor Certificate of Excellence 5 years in a row, 2012 to 2016.

I love Kowloon street scenes like this.. it is a very busy scene, so much going on!

Quite a rare image, a fancy bike and a fancy car in the same image, I think a Maserati has a lot of class and that engine sound! and a Harley speaks for itself... that rumble you can hear a mile away!! ... awesome!

It can get quite mystical up at the Big Buddha on Lantau Island, there are days were you cannot see 2 feet in front of you and all of a sudden you are confronted by a..... cow! The cows are friendly enough mind.

Have a guess which is the male of the species! yep, that would be the smaller one doing what small bugs do... it is more than likely he will become an ex bug once the fun and games are over, bummer!

Oh lordy! what a magnificent car, a classic American muscle car and this owner has spent a lot of time and money over the past couple of years to make it even better.... WOW! -

There's life in the old dog yet! a scenic view of Aberdeen Harbour on the southside of Hong Kong Island.

This is Darlie toothpaste, quite famous in Hong Kong as it used to be called Darkie toothpaste not so long ago! the Chinese translation basically still says Darkie toothpaste, amazing in this day and age!!

What an absolutely magnificent Rolls Royce with a great number plate which says IK but it just looks like K - spotted on Ice House Street in the business district of Hong Kong.

Posted on December 13, 2016 and filed under Iconic Hong Kong.