I Took A Long, Memorable Walk Through Hong Kong — Here’s What I Saw
Last Saturday morning in Hong Kong, I went to brunch with friends at a restaurant called The Square.
The Square serves dim sum, a type of breakfast food oriented around pastries with meats in them and sweet rice confections.
Then I walked back to my hotel, the Courtyard Marriott in the Western district.
It was a long, meandering walk.
During my walk, I saw a bright green Lamborghini, stood on an escalator that took me across the city, and walked past a flattened pig face hanging from a storefront.
There were also million-dollar antiques and some squid.
I’ll never forget any of it.
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