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Beware Of Your Head

Location: Hong Kong

We enjoy four short night in Hong Kong in time to celebrate Chinese New Year in what is perhaps the best place to celebrate it...China!

16 Feb 2007, 9:25AM

I was outvoted and we all spent the day at Hong Kong Disney. (It actually was lots of fun)

15 Feb 2007, 7:56PM

Celebrating creature comforts (and their new Chinese PJs) at our hotel in Hong Kong.

16 Feb 2007, 3:22PM

The kids talked John into riding the teacups, his most dreaded ride. He might look like he's smiling but he's really chanting, "Please be over soon...please be over soon..."

16 Feb 2007, 9:40AM

Mickey wears red, THE lucky New Year's color in China.

17 Feb 2007, 1:27PM

Sometimes things get a bit garbled in translation... the sign says, "Beware of your head." Be very, very careful, Chris!

17 Feb 2007, 1:25PM

John wanted this photo here just for Jim Siverts...surely this spot must serve the absolute BEST cup of coffee in town!

18 Feb 2007, 12:25PM

On the weekends the subway aisles, parks, and streets are lined with hundreds and hundreds of people having picnics and playing cards on the cement. They are reputedly the Malaysian maids of wealthy Hong Kong families gathering to speak their own language and eat Malaysian food. Sometimes it must feel a long way from home.

18 Feb 2007, 12:12PM

In the market for a gently used rickshaw? We know where you can get one cheap!

18 Feb 2007, 8:58PM

Watching the New Year's parade from the room.

18 Feb 2007, 3:15PM

The view from Victoria Peak. If you were wondering how 7 million people fit into this city, here's how.

19 Feb 2007, 4:00PM

The flat Connellys learn Cantonese in a cab in Hong Kong. The kids all HAD to have these sock hats...pretty flattering, huh?

19 Feb 2007, 12:58PM

The ladies market in the streets of Hong Kong. If you're in the market for Hello Kitty, look no farther.



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Celebrating creature comforts (and their new Chinese PJs) at our hotel in Hong Kong.

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I was outvoted and we all spent the day at Hong Kong Disney. (It actually was lots of fun)

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Mickey wears red, THE lucky New Year's color in China.

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The kids talked John into riding the teacups, his most dreaded ride. He might look like he's smiling but he's really chanting, "Please be over soon...please be over soon..."

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John wanted this photo here just for Jim Siverts...surely this spot must serve the absolute BEST cup of coffee in town!

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Sometimes things get a bit garbled in translation... the sign says, "Beware of your head." Be very, very careful, Chris!

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In the market for a gently used rickshaw? We know where you can get one cheap!

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On the weekends the subway aisles, parks, and streets are lined with hundreds and hundreds of people having picnics and playing cards on the cement. They are reputedly the Malaysian maids of wealthy Hong Kong families gathering to speak their own language and eat Malaysian food. Sometimes it must feel a long way from home.

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The view from Victoria Peak. If you were wondering how 7 million people fit into this city, here's how.

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Watching the New Year's parade from the room.

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The ladies market in the streets of Hong Kong. If you're in the market for Hello Kitty, look no farther.

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The flat Connellys learn Cantonese in a cab in Hong Kong. The kids all HAD to have these sock hats...pretty flattering, huh?