Top Tip what should I bring over?

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  1. #21

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    I think 'ontheroad' may have had a bad experience


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    My sisters reckon kid clothes are better quality and better value for money in UK.


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    My sisters say Australia is cheaper and better quality...go figuire!


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    I don't live far from Stanley and go there often, and 80% of the time there's something wrong with the clothes I buy there...
    I guess I'm very finicky, and like things to be perfect.
    I do buy things there for my kids, but since they're quite imperfect, I don't buy gifts for others for example...
    As for shoes, the only good kids brand they have, as far as I know, is Geox. Which is good quality, so no complaints there.
    Also, the other thing (I said I was finicky) is I don't like rummaging, and so I wish I had stocked up on Old Navy before I arrived and didn't have to go into Stanley Market every time I need something for my kids...
    Also, I haven't bought clothes for myself since I've arrived here, I find it's really hard to find simple, casual, cheap, good quality stuff here for women...


  5. #25

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    Quote Originally Posted by z754103:
    Bring Maltesers - they're usually soggy inside in HK. And if you like Galaxy chocolate or Minstrels, they're hard to find in HK. I haven't seen Hob nobs around either, but maybe someone else has spotted them somewhere.
    CitySuper Shatin has Hobnobs...

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