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Sai Kung!

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Went into Sai Kung to have a look around, its a life eh!The obligatory sit on the rocks, gives a great view of the sea!

You'll notice the gundam shop has been replaced with some sort of lifestyle furniture shop, I was distraught!!!!!

The vcd shop is still there though, what a relief, and there is a new movie out called Dragon Tiger Gate, which looks ace so Im going to get a few VCD's of that
7th Oct 2006, 05:36  

Lee says:

At the VCD shop get the new steven segal film! Went straight to dvd in italy and was never released here

7th Oct 2006, 22:30

martimus says:

eh? which steven seagall film?

8th Oct 2006, 16:13

roxanne says:

hey baby, was only slightly jealous before i saw the pictures!!!! now im so jealous you wouldn't believe. i forgot how beautiful it was there! i hope your elbow and hip feel better.

love me

9th Oct 2006, 19:53

anonymous says:

yes its quite nice here!

if it makes you feel any better i have about a million mosquito bites!

10th Oct 2006, 09:42

Samurai says:

Am pretty sure i made a stop in Sai Kung on route to Ho Chung. Certainly dont remember that beautiful view and i did take a walk down to the waterfront too so it must have been somewhere else - smaller and dirtier!

Hows things going Roxy? Hope you're not too distrought with jealousy.

And the mosquitos haven't woken up in Sydney just yet, tho i'm sure they will any day now - and make a beeline right for me!

I recon Steven Seagal is the new Chuck Norris

11th Oct 2006, 06:29

martimus says:

its the foreign food, they like the new flavours.

at present count, today i have 23 mosquito bites, just on my arms

11th Oct 2006, 07:31

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