January 8, 2013
Our last day in HK we went to check out the Ladies Market very early.
And saw lots of adorable old people.
So much going on, just outside the apartment.
We got there around 11 am, but the market was just starting to be set up. I didn't realize the vendors packed and unpacked everything on a daily basis.
It was actually super fun to watch everything get set up!
By the time we had strolled all the way down and turned around again, things started to take shape.
Domestic life near the market.
Then, catching the MTR. Little Dexter-aged kids in uniforms. SO CUTE!
Later on, having afternoon snacks at a Chinese tea-diner place.
Don had never tried Chinese-styled french toast. It's so good, but mostly on account of it requiring so much butter and being deep fried. I mean, what's not to like?
I had also managed not to have an HK-styled milky tea, so I made up for lost time.
Other people enjoying snacks.
Then we did packing, had a delicious meal at home, and made preparations for our flight to Tokyo!
The fun never stops around here:)
Even though this is the most excellent and massive vacation, I still don't think the hours I have spent having fun exceed the hours I have spent on the night shift with my two babies, since Alice was born. Work hard, play hard.