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... so busy that we would have had to wait at least an hour, maybe two for a table. So we scratched that idea and ended up actually fairly close to our lunch time ramen spot where we found another Japanese restaurant that was busy but still had some tables open and we decided to give it a shot. The food was good, we had a few pieces of sushi and tried a pork rice dish that was served in a piping hot stone bowl which was pretty cool, but overall the food wasn’t ...
It´s easy to get overwhelmed if you don´t really know where you´re going. We found the people very rude and it was hard for us to find decent places for food. It was either extremely wild chinese food (no offense) or very western food (Foodchains like McDonalds etc).
The Apartment we stayed in was in the heart of the city near Kowloon Park and considering the location surprisingly quiet. We arrived late on ...
... 800m. I wonder how long and where the longest uncovered system is? Anyway, I had to see it. We walked there after the Peak Tram. It wasn't as impressive as I'd imagined, but a cool idea. It was a series of escalators and interconnecting walkways to take people from the harbour front at sea level to the built up areas further up the mountain. Helpful, because the place had some of the bad boy hills in Edinburgh or San Fran. Jane had got quite cold up the mountain so we had ...
... reservations were not required. It was a hole in the wall restaurant, one in a million. I walked in and there was a table all ready for me, the owner seated me himself and took my order, all the other waitress, standing around peering at me. When I had arrived, there were only a handful of people, but not even 5 minutes later, the place was packed! The menu was all in Chinese but I had read what to order, Goose and Rice. So I did, it also came with plum sauce and tea! It ...
First stop Hong Kong for me and Maiami for Amanda - well Kowloon for me actually, which is across the water from Hong Kong. Very hot but clean and full of people. The markets were interesting as every man and his dog were there selling everything from funny sea creatures to high fashion items - went down to the water front and found the museum of art ...