Well I’m not much of a rugby fan, actually it seems I’ve done a complete 180 on sports since I left school, but apparently the Hong Kong Sevens are on this weekend.
It’s meant to be a great atmosphere to go along and check out. Only problem – tickets are bunsen and i think now would be hard to get.
Bart & Patrick said they may know some people with some freebies – now that would be cool
Patrick also said the piss up in Lan Kwai Fong is quite fun.
so I shall do my best to grow a no-neck by Saturday.
The last night & day of Bec & Jez’s HK adventures took them out to Lan Kwai Fong & dim sum with Bessie & Derek. It was so great to spend time with these guys having not seen them for 6 months. I was sad to see them disappear into the MTR station.
See you guys in Las Angeles soon!
Best of luck with your trip through Mexico!
Day 03 took Bec & Jez out to Lantau Islnd to see the big Buddha and experience the greatness that is “Cable Car”. However, it was so freakin foggy you couldn’t see 50 M in front of you!
Later on we headed over to Admiralty to the temporary Amusement Park thingoâ€¦
I met Jez & Bec for breakfast in Causeway Bay at a local tea cafe, then we headed off through Wan Chai to get a feel for the vibe, beer & prositutes. Then it was off to Man Mo temple, lan kwai fong then over to kowloon and all the Indian guys trying to sell suits. Dinner – clay pot rice behind Times Square.