The Minimalist Way to Travel with This Is Ground | Bespoke Post We’ve all been there: ear buds hanging off your neck, garment bag stuck in your roller wheels, laptop en route from armpit to terminal floor, breakfast sandwich leaking onto well-shod but tripped-over feet. Right? Modern air travel can be a beast before you even hit the ticketing kiosk. But with a proper reevaluation of your routine and some select upgrades to your luggage game, there’s a certain zen available to the traveller who’s willing to cut some weight. If you’ve ever described George Clooney’s security line scene in Up In the Air as “motivational,” “a triumph,” or “a thing that produced in me tears of robust organizational joy,” read on. And try not to cry. Do more with less. Are your in-flight necessities centralized and easy to get to? If not, may we humbly offer some guidance courtesy of... We like travel as much as the next guy, but why talk to the next guy when you could speak with someone who’s spent a couple of years touring the country in a blimp? A and e with some g.
Pre-owned watch shops : Hong Kong – HOROLOGIUM Watches. Hong Kong. It is virtually impossible to go anywhere in this city without bumping into a watch shop of some description, whether it’s one of the many branches of City Chain, the plethora of shops in Central, TST and Causeway Bay, or a brand boutique (kudos to Vacheron, Omega and Franck Muller in Causeway Bay for being open at 11pm on New Years Eve). The city loves its watches, whether it’s haute or hot pink. When a watchnerd/ WIS visits Hong Kong, one question seems to always pop up – where are the pre-owned and vintage watch shops? In all cases I visited each place to verify its existence, but I ran into problems with one or two places which a) had no opening hours; b) were never open when I walked past, even when I made repeated attempts at random times of the day. I have only purchased from two of these listed places over the years, and I will identify them and give my personal experience. Po Wan Loi Watch G/F, 468 Lockhart Rd. Ching Kwok Watch Service G/F, 63A Electric Rd.
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Hong Kong & Macau - Preowned Just an update , also incorporating members suggestions (thanx): HONG KONGKen’s Watches www.kenwatches.com - 3 locations (see website), pretty good selection, fair pricing. Pak Lee Watches – 4(?) Middle Rd, TST, Kowloon, Good selection, prices fair. MACAU There’s about 30 shops, just east of the old Lisboa Casino and few more across from the Star World. Stockholm Pictures Logo Signet Rings, Family Crest Rings & Coat Of Arms Rings
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