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Hong Kong- Five Weeks- shopping, boys, fun?

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I am going to Hong Kong for five weeks (yipee) for my summer break. After finishing first year university my best friend and myself are going on a trip we have wanted to do since grade school. We will be staying with her grandmother. My question is what should young girls safely get up to? My friend speaks the language but has not been to Hong Kong since she was a tot and I am sure staying with grandma will be wonderful but we need some suggestions for young people! We love to shop, go out to dinner, tour and flirt with boys :-) What would you do- tell your kids to do- or tell your grandchildren not to miss? We are of age but we need to be sensible. Any thoughts much appreciated!

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