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Whatever you do, don't go to the bathroom and leave it unflushed.
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It's so big! Hong Kong!
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I only do it if I am alone orwith mom/sis. And it's because I know I will be peeing again in30minutes. I really feelbad using all that fresh water so many times when people are dying of thirst not that far from me...
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btw, Raquel, all residential areas here are a mini city by themselves. Shops, markets, transportations, restaurants, schools, movie theaters, etc are all included in the development.
I see.Soyou will be spending your days in one of this areas. Orwill you go downtown?

Either way,can we get a couple of photos?

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Totally understand it. It's just a matter of how much you are bothered by it.

It's a weird conversation indeed, by the way.
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soweird I will delete it.
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So why is this the week from hell? Exams, I guess?
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No..
I will! That's why I bring the camera with me.

Hong Kong is famous for how small it is. It is really really very small. The area I lived was developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s and the buildings are 20 floors high. Nowadays, almost all new apartment buildings are 40s-50s and they are so close that you can see what your neighbours are eating in their living room or the TV programs they are watching.
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There are toilets using two different water levels for flushing. Since my sister's house relies on well water which is pretty low most of the time, she installed those to save water.
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I thought you were until I read the last sentence.
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So why is this the week from hell? Exams, I guess?
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I will! That's why I bring the camera with me.

Hong Kong is famous for how small it is. It is really really very small. The area I lived was developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s and the buildings are 20 floors high. Nowadays, almost all new apartment buildings are 40s-50s and they are so close that you can see what your neighbours are eating in their living room or the TV programs they are watching.
It seems pretty big to me! You should go to macau on aday trip and try and win the lottery there

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There are toilets using two different water levels for flushing. Since my sister's house relies on well water which is pretty low most of the time, she installed those to save water.
Not here and eve those who do, it's still a lot of water!! And here in the toilets you get the exact sae water you have on your pipes to shower or drink...

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I am cuckoo.

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alright then, I thought you were more cuckoo than normal.
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You'll do really well, I know it.

Have you got celebrations planned for when the exams finish?
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star, not this bridge. The airport and bridge were finished in 1998. This one started in 2004 and finished by 2009.

During the Colony era, that island was used by British army to keep ammunitions. It is actually quite close to where I lived.

Not sure people remember this. The famous cruise ship Queen Elisabeth II was burnt down in the harbour off that island in 1970s. I just moved to my apartment here and could see the smoke from the fire for days,
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It seems pretty big to me! You should go to macau on aday trip and try and win the lottery there



Not here and eve those who do, it's still a lot of water!! And here in the toilets you get the exact sae water you have on your pipes to shower or drink...



alright then, I thought you were more cuckoo than normal.
no macau for me. my cousins just came back from the casinos there before i arrived.

how can you drink sea water? In HK, water for toilets was sea water because serious lack of fresh water source. When i was a kid in the 60s, water supply every 4 days for residential areas in the hot summer months
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no macau for me. my cousins just came back from the casinos there before i arrived.

how can you drink sea water? In HK, water for toilets was sea water because serious lack of fresh water source. When i was a kid in the 60s, water supply every 4 days for residential areas in the hot summer months
Here,I meant here it's the same water...

That is exactly the reason why I feel bad wasting so much water. You really should be sleeping
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