Looking for something to do with the kids on a hot morning before naptime....
The Fish Market was grimy & wet (we should have worn BOOTS!) - and felt more local-Hong-Kong than the shiny commerce side of HK. Pirate Den - turned - Fishing Village :: now Aberdeen town boasts more than 80 thousand people. The BEST seafood in all of HK is said to come through this port. Even though we missed the early-morning haul, we had plenty to watch. Flapping tails, fishy smells, and sloshing walkways. We didn't stay to eat at the famed canteena - supposedly best seafood on the island - but maybe once we are past the "nap chapter" of life.
|are these for eating???|
|It wouldn't be Asia without some laundry up to dry!|
|fancy shark fin soup?|
My arms were a wee bit sore after carrying this tyke around (no boots, remember?) As we walked down the road to find a good spot for a taxi, the girls spotted a playground. You'd think each playground was Disneyland the way these two run with glee at the sight of them. Urban living, I guess.
|Banyan tree on the side of the road|
|little prayer house along the waterfront|