Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Shopping in Hong Kong.


It's me again!!!

This is very long post with loads of photos!

Let's start!

See what we got as presents from Hong Kong!

Irritating toothbrush...

Looks tasty...

I wonder whats inside...

Funny lookin bowl for water...

Hehehe... this and much more!!!

My ladybird backpack...

Healthy drink?

Fancy shoes...

Honey and oats treats...

Funny bowl..

Fatty: Daddy said that he saw a few far cousins of mine in Hong Kong - but of cos not as cute or as charming as us *smirks*

Stephy: OF COS! You two got the good genes from meeeee!!

Ally: Mummy said that in Hong Kong there are doggies that can run without leash like me! I really wanna meet them and run with them!

Mummy is bugging Daddy to start migrating all of us to UK or even Australia, so that we can enjoy proper freedom and not be threatened like we are some kind of disease. Daddy says we can, but in mummys dreams! *sheeeshhhh* Daddy's just scared mummy goes and do lots of shopping that why! So mean la this daddy! I'm sure mummy will choose us over shopping anytime at all! *sayang mummy*

Oh for those of you who are going to Hong Kong and looking for goodies like what mummy and daddy have gotten for us, do visit the following places:-

City Super at Harbour City in Tsim Tsa Tsui (exit Tsim Tsa Tsui MTR Station and walk towards exit A which will be the Kowloon Park. Walk up the stairs and turn right once you get out and head straight down the road. You will pass the Kowloon Park, which will be on your right then at the end of the road, cross over to the left and you will see Silvercord Shopping Mall and a Huge ass NIKE sign there. Then walk straight down and cross the road towards Marco Polo Gateway and there is Harbour City shopping mall. Go in and then head up to the 3rd floor and then you will see City Super)

Lots of fun goodies from Japan *woot woot* there's where mummy and daddy bought the bowls for us from. The clever water bowl was HKD$280, whilst the food bowl was HKD$260 They even have this cool plastic bowl that is foldable and can be expanded into a proper bowl when you want to (you can even leash it onto your leash and bring it along when you go for walks or kai kais, very convenient - but mummy said now cos the bowl was too big for us as there was no more small sized ones) HKD$100-150

They even have very nice bling collars and leashes over there too. But daddy said it was too expensive to buy for all 3 of us, so Stephy doesn't even get to have one! Haha! That one was going for HKD$1780 each for the small ones and mummy is not sure about the rest and especially the leash, cos daddy nearly fainted when he saw the price!

There are normal leashes too, made of very sturdy material and nice shiny colours (eg: pink, purple, gold, etc) but not worth the price and it was going for HKD$199 each. I betcha mummy wanted to buy it for us, but daddy said no again! DAMN YOU DADDY! *HMPH* I bet Japanese doggies have hell of a good time with all the array of food and also very interesting things that have been created for them.

Tung Choi Street (exit at Mong Kok or Prince Edward MTR Station) also known as the Goldfish Market (don't ask us why Goldfish Market sells dogs stuff, mummy was boombazzled too!) From Prince Edward station, head out towards the B2 exit and then you will see Ireland Potato on your right, go straight and then at the traffic light, turn right and head down, you will see a petrol station diagonally across the road. Cross the road and just head towards that street and you are right on track)

Here is a place to get the cheapest dog stuff in Hong Kong that mummy has discovered so far - maybe there's more but she says its hard to find there, especially when her proficiency in Cantonese is not good, so even to buy our doggie bag, she had a hard time trying to explain herself to the sales people)

Mummy bought the ladybird bag for us from here (3 different colors, Red, Green and Yellow) and each at HKD$68 - it comes with a leash inside *neh*

The shoes too, and they are cheap!
Ally's one is HKD$48
Mine is HKD$58
Stephy's (the biggest and fattest) is at HKD$68 - and the same design as me!

Stephy: ISH so very irritating!

OH OH, she even bought us Jerky Strips at HKD$50 for two packets! DAMN VALUE!

The lady in the shop was very nice and gave mummy a 10% discount on all the items that she bought so mummy was very happy! So are we!

Mummy said they sells loads of Japanese stuff here too, but not as nice as CitySuper but it is way much cheaper here.

There are even doggie strollers there (ranging from HKD$600-1000) and you can bargain for a good price with them. Thank goodness we can't sit still, or else mummy and daddy would have bought one for us too! Mummy says there are two kinds of strollers there, one is like a doggie bag for us to sit it then convertable into a luggage bag (this kind is cheaper, about HKD$300-500 depending on size) kinda stroller and another is the baby pram one - none for us thanks!

Lastly would be Chung Tung Shopping Mall (President Mall) behind Sogo (exit Causewaybay MTR station and head towards the Sogo exit, go up a floor with the escalator and head towards the back and you will walk pass a tunnel like walkway that has G2000 and 7-11 on the right handside, then you turn left and look for the second building that has the President signboard)

Mummy and daddy didn't buy us anything from here, as mummy doesn't quite like the stuff there, but she did say that she bought us the greenies from there and it was quite an ok price. A bag of 12 large greenies was HKD$150, i think in Malaysia it is more than RM90 *love love mummy*

Here they sell very nice beds and doggie carrier bags and more towards dog food. Maybe that is why it didn't catch mummy's eye. So heavy a dog food, cannot carry back!

But anyway they also sell doggie fencing at HKD$380. Really useful because it has spring and can adjust accordingly (of cause up to a certain length, not like the baby fencing, which you need to buy extra parts to add on if you have a really long door and the length may not be as ideal. Mummy says that would have been a great buy but daddy refused to carry it back home cos he said it was too heavy. Bad daddy!

That's all for now!

Let us entertain you with a funny video of poor turtles spinning around. Betcha they all are either stoning or have massive headaches! We are lucky that we are not turtles and that there isn't such a thing for doggies or daddy will be such a sucker to buy it for us! *phew*




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