Scarlett Johansson / Annie Lenox and a Spanish Princess on one of my tours....., the Mong Kok moggy doing what cats do best, a hazy day in Hong Kong Harbour, Caviar - a somewhat expensive snack and a really good reason not to eat at the Temple Street Night Market.
What a jolly nice Ferrari... supercars like this roll up to the Peninsula Hotel all day, they are a very good match.... and what's the bet the Peninsula Hotel car guys dream of a Ferris Bueller moment when one of these come along...
Well, the lady in red was a dead ringer for the famous actress Scarlett Johansson and with her a younger version off Annie Lennox and of course a Spanish Princess... a lovely thought, the 3 ladies from Lithuania had a great time on one of my private tours of Hong Kong and they really loved the Dragon Statue (they were all Dragons) at the Sik Sik Yuen Wong Tai Sin Temple.
Lots of shops in Hong Kong have a moggy, they don't seem to do much, just lie waiting to be fussed over, I obliged and was rewarded with a hiss and a show of teeth. Oh well
Caviar, expensive but I suppose it makes for a jolly nice gift or a really expensive snack, should you wish to indulge then be assured it can be arranged on one of my Private Tours of Hong Kong
Lovely innit! - proof that even on a dreary, hazy day you still get a magnificent view, here I am looking over to Hong Kong Island from the Star Ferry Pier in Kowloon.
I have had issues with the food at the Temple Street Night Market for years, it is truly awful and this image just about sums it all up.... for the life of me I cannot understand how people think this is an authentic eating experience in Hong Kong, it is over priced, the food is awful, the hygiene is appalling and only the tourists eat there oh and the only way you can make it palatable is to drink copious amounts of beer... ( and now I will tell you what I really think ), frankly you would be better of eating at the many local restaurants in the area and stay well clear of these touristy places.
Oh my, I am never ceased to be amazed by Lamborghini cars, I think they are just amazing and Hong Kongers agree, everywhere you look you see these beasts prowling the streets or in this case parked at the Kowloon Shangri La Hotel. Love it.. oh and this is the entry level model, the Huracan!
.... and yes, on one of my Walking Tours of Hong Kong there are ample opportunities to see and photograph supercars like this.
Only marginally less exciting than a Lamborghini Huracan, the Azamara Journey sits at the Ocean Terminal getting filled up with fuel, provisions and passengers... not a bad way at all to spend a couple of weeks.