This was taken in the famous Goldfish Market on Tung Choi Street North. They sell tons of fish and other pets there. We saw a number of reptiles, dogs, cats, hamsters, rabbits etc.
This is the famous Yau Ma Tei Police Station in Kowloon constructed in the colonial style of the old era. Apparently it's where all HK cop drama serials film their scenes - I didn't know that, but that's what our local friend said. I found it funny how this is the one used in films though all the other police stations don't look anything like that!
It's a little scary to see how the maids in HK spend their weekends. They crowd in alleyways, street corners and random spaces, sitting on flattened out cardboard boxes and chatting. I'm not one to judge how people spend their free time, and I'm pretty sure these maids don't have many places to congregate, but it's a bit of an eyesore to see them sitting around on the streets.
It's a little abrupt to end my post here because it was originally meant to include the food I've had so far (loads of dim sum, so go ahead and be jealous) but it would have been far too long. I've decided to make that my next post, which will probably be up real soon along with my outfit shots (two "shoots" so far) and haul pictures. 'Til then, I'll just continue being a lazy lump in HK and enjoying the food and shopping here. Yup, school's not a priority. You can follow my HK adventures on Instagram if you like; I update it way more often than this. 再見 (joigin - goodbye in Cantonese)!