The world is at your feet


Glass-bottomed cable car, Lantau, Hong Kong, November 2018

Now over to all of you. Do come and join us in our Saturday six-word musings.

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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 17 November 2018

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

44 thoughts on “The world is at your feet

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    1. A good question. Jo. I have to say, my favourites tend to be cities or towns, for their whole atmosphere and culture, rather than one specific sight. Vaguely in your (new) neck of the woods, Lisbon is up there on my list, and the aqueduct is one of my favourite sights there.
      As for Hong Kong, I love it for its mixture: wonderful high rise (as long as you’re not living in it), lights, technology, and then tiny fishing villages, and multi-coloured temples.

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        1. And it stays endless. My list is forever growing too. Hong Kong isn’t too bad price wise if well planned. Plenty of excellent great food if you don’t mind queuing! I stayed in 2 different hotels and recommend the Ibis for value, comfort, service, location. That might help you pull it up your list!


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