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International Finance Centre, Bird Market, and Flower Market

Trying to pack as much events as possible in our last days in Hong Kong, we visited the International Finance Centre (IFC) in Central in the morning. The MTR took us right inside IFC One, the shorter brother of the more iconic IFC Two. Since the observatory in IFC Two had a long wait-time, we just walked around and shopped in the high class stores inside. Security was really tight. Stephan, who was pretty much temporarily crippled, couldn’t lean against the wall to rest up, and I couldn’t take any photos of the insides of the tower. According to the information booth, there is “absolutely nothing” to do for tourists in IFC One. We did get to see a truck do the wheelie when picking up a cargo bay that’s heavier than itself, though.

Look! It's where Batman jumped off of!

Look! It's where Batman jumped off of!

Our night time activity was going to a bird and flower market. It’s nothing too exciting because I’m not too much into flowers.

Master Shifu deeply calculating the possible moves in a pagoda surrounded by chirping birds.

Master Shifu deeply calculating the possible moves in a pagoda surrounded by chirping birds.

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