Another super hot write-up by the Walk & Talk.
Information and beautiful pictures about being in Hong Kong but not having to pay to fly there.
Similar to “being in India” whilst at the Bangledesh Market in Chatsworth Durban South Africa.
Now back to business. Here is an image I found of Octopus Takoyaki:
Now that I have your attention; click right here to see why I say the Walk & Talk strikes it hot at Richmond Night Market!
Just when I thought a nine hour overseas flight, with two movies and a sleep was laborious along comes Chen…
July 26 2012 at 08:58pm
By Sylvia Hui – IOL
Chinese farmer Chen Guanming smiles as he talks to tourists after he claimed to have made a two-year 87,000 mile journey on a rickshaw from China to come to Britain for the 2012 Summer Olympics, Thursday July 26, 2012, in London. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
“London – It’s a tale of Olympian proportions: A man, a rickshaw, and a slow journey from a Chinese village to London through 16 countries.
Chinese farmer Chen Guanming claimed Thursday that his two-year odyssey to the London games took him from Thailand’s floods to Tibet to snowed-in Turkey to Britain since he started in 2010.” – Sapa-AP
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