Craig likes the feeling of being on holiday, cheap pre-paid mobile phone calls, the octopus cards for easy purchases and transport (like Perth smart-riders), and cheap take-away places nearby.
Craig dislikes the communication problems. (Locals don't speak as much English as we thought.)
Renee likes the variety of shops and products, some of which are American and unavailable in Australia. They also stay open until 10:30 at night.
Renee dislikes the cost of staple foods such as bread ($4 per loaf) and milk ($3.00 per litre).
Jemilla likes the pool at our hotel and the shops with all the nice things.
Jemilla dislikes all the signs being in Chinese and the smell of the food.
Keegan likes being able to watch baseball and Ben10 on TV here (pay TV). He also likes being able to wear his summer clothes again, as it is still winter in Australia.
Keegan dislikes how loudly the people speak in a different language.
Tirzah is still too little to say what she likes or doesn't like about Hong Kong, but we have noticed that she is attracting a lot of attention wherever we go. I wonder if it's the way I dress her or her red hair or chubby body. Most people point to her and comment or wave at her or approach us to stroke her cheek. She doesn't seem to mind much; instead she shows off a bit with a silly dance or blows a kiss back to them.