Tuesday, June 27, 2006

In transit

I'm at the apartment in Los Feliz, which is mostly empty now. The moving guys are taking out the last few items from the house. They just carried our couch out the door, shrink wrapped. It's a pretty short move to Eagle Rock, probably just 10 or 12 minutes, but moving is still a tremendous pain in the ass. There are probably 15 more companies or departments I need to contact to notify them of my change of address.

Anyway, no time for a real post now, but here's an excerpt from a travelogue sent by my middle brother from Hong Kong -- he's not to be confused with my baby brother, who's currently in Bangladesh, and whose post on Bengali World Cup mania I posted a few days ago:
The city of Hong Kong is spectacular. It’s as if someone scrunched New York City up into one big hilly mess, with buildings and walkways built on top of each other. The place is so densely packed and hilly that in some places you take actual escalators to go from one neighborhood to another.
The rest of the travelogue was mostly about his personal affairs in Hong Kong. It sounds like a fascinating place and I'd like to get out there sometime soon.

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