Tuesday, July 22, 2014

World at Work - Dried Seafood Market - Western District - Hong Kong









A few minutes tram ride  from Central Hong Kong, in the Western District the dried seafood traders are to be found. In my photos are all sorts of dried sea foods, some recognisable, others I have no idea what they might be!  If you are interested in viewing more posts about Hong Kong, lots can be found on my blog Travel Tales.

Our World Tuesday

11 comments:

  1. I like the lights in the first photo and i am thinking it smelled great in there and not so great where the fish are hanging...

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  2. Great photos! I'd love to go back to Hong Kong.

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  3. very interesting. great images.

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  4. You have captured the real Hong Kong.

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  5. Pity we don't get the smells! Great photos.

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  6. Hi Linda! I am glad to see you are still blogging. I have been away from blogging with any resemblance of regularity, but posted something today and felt like visiting some of my blogging friends. your photos are incredible. Are you traveling now in Hong Kong? Be careful...my friend...and ((((((BIG HUIGS)))))) to you.

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    1. How lovely to hear from you Donna, thankyou for your kind words and virtual hugs. Do not worry about me in Hong Kong. I love it there, have been three times within the last year, as I have a daughter living there. :)

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    2. Me again! I have just visited your blog and read your most recent posts, which were well written pieces that I was able to empathise with. sadly though I was unable to leave a comment despite trying a number of times. :(

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  7. Missed that when we were there. Bet there are some interesting smells. Take care Diane

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  8. These photos show some of the wonderful culture of Hong Kong. I looked at those bins filled with heaps of dried sea foods and wondered how you'd ever choose which you needed for a particular dish!

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  9. I love all the array of products. It looks like Chinatown where I live ;-)

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