Saturday’s scene: Shopping for Dinner in Hong Kong

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Butcher stall in Kowloon
Butcher stall in Kowloon

On our second cruise to Hong Kong, Alan and I skipped the organized cruise excursions for a walking tour of our own down the streets of Kowloon. After exiting out of the Ocean Terminal, we walked along Nathan Road in search of the Jade Market.

After a bit of shopping, it was time to explore the many side streets, each one dedicated to a specific product. We stopped to take a look at this packed Kowloon Butcher Stall.

The day was hot and sultry, sweat dripped like rain from our bodies, causing me to wonder how did this meat keep from spoiling in the intense heat? Oh, did I mention the flies?

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