Rugby, Chungking Mansions, and Sushi

Today I went to rugby practice with Theo and Kyle. Most of the teachers there were either British or Australian. There is only one Chinese teacher, who is Uncle William—a friend of Uncle Saiyu and Auntie Dora. William has a son named Nick, who also plays rugby. Nick’s mom is Auntie Annie. I think if I lived here, rugby would be a fun thing to do. Nobody plays American football here, which I think is a good thing, because I don’t really like American football. I much prefer rugby.

After practice, we had lunch on the street—literally on the street (you can see the picture of me that proves it!). After lunch, we went into Kowloon and all of the boys took a walk around Nathan Road. We saw all the cool shops and stores—because there is literally shopping everywhere in Hong Kong. We went into Chungking Mansions, which is a big building where there are a lot of little guest houses, mostly run by Indian people. There are lots of Indian restaurants and stores in Chungking Mansions. It’s definitely not a real mansion. It’s kind of dirty and seems disorganized. But it was interesting.

Then, for the first time in my life, I took a double-decker bus. We all sat in the very front seats on the top deck. I took lots of pictures.

We went to a Japanese supermarket and got lots of sushi and Japanese snacks, and had all that for dinner.