Crabs for breakfast, cycling on runways and airplanes that sold their soul to the devil.

October 4, 2010




The plan was simple, travel to Shenzhen and then bus/taxi to Hong Kong border, check, cross check, take the Z visa and go home. Killing time on the airport lounge gives plenty of opportunities for exploration. A shop sells neatly packaged individually wrapped crabs! something you would never, NEVER see in a western airport, it would be fun to take some for the trip. A map for scattered security gives plenty of reasurance for emergency situations while airport stuff riding bicycles on the runaway. On the way to the airplane just before we enter the door the young pilot waves smiling through the cockpit. The airplane number is 666 but in China this number is actually considered lucky. Engine start, cabin crew for take off the familiar kick to the ground and we ‘re off…




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2 Responses to “Crabs for breakfast, cycling on runways and airplanes that sold their soul to the devil.”

  1. Katerina said

    Ρε οι τίτλοι σου είναι ποίημα! Μου φαίνεται έχεις επηρεαστεί απο τα engrish του περιβάλλοντός σου! Σχολιάζαμε με τη μαμά οτι μακάρι να μη μάθουν ποτέ σωστά αγγλικά ώστε να μη χαθεί η μαγεία αυτών που γράφουν μ’αυτή τη γλώσσα!

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