We have had so much work lately that I have been at school six days a week. Unfortunately, that has taken away a lot of my time to go out exploring and experiencing the great places and amazing views that Hong Kong has to offer. We are producing some pretty great work as a whole. with all the variety of majors here at SCAD this summer. I just wish that there was more time for adventures. From the adventures that I have been on, and beautiful views that I have seen I always make sure to take lots of pictures.
One thing I like about Hong Kong is all the walking that you do when you are here. In the middle of the day, to get lunch or run errands, sometimes just going outside or taking the MTR, gives you an opportunity to get some exercise, take a break from the work, and just clear your mind for a minute. The MTR is super easy to get around anywhere. At first, I was a little intimidated by taking it by myself but it was really not bad. It's almost impossible to get lost. But, there are sooo many people here. The MTR and the streets are always packed. People walking, driving, traveling, it seems like it is always nonstop. For me, it makes me want to go out to live in farm land.
Last night we went to Central and TST to shop around, just walk, and grab some food. I wasn't feeling great at first, but ate at an awesome place called MANA. I got a shake with banana, raw caocao and spurilina that helped with my cramps and made me feel better. Since I was feeling up to it, later on for dinner, we tried Korean BBQ. It was pretty good and I liked the idea of getting to cook everything yourself, right in front of your face like a Hibatchi place. I do not like the idea of not seeing what I am eating and how it is prepared. Cooking the meat in front of me is definitely a plus.