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... say I got to try half the menu! I took notes and plan to share them when I get back to ZZ. Now, I bet you want to know how much this cost me, with my four dishes and a mineral water, that now thinking about I never actually got (service issue) it came to 65HKD$ which is 9.78CAD$. Crazy right! I couldn't believe it. If the line wasn't so long and such a hit or miss for wait times, I would definitely go back. PS if ever you are in HK, this Restaurant ******* is a must! ...
... bags with me and no one to guard them when I would sleep) I looked at capsule hotels. And I found one! I was so happy, Capsule Hotel Hong Kong, it sounded great and so I booked a room for this night. And then I see the adress.. in ****** Vietnam. How could I've been so stupid for not noticing it earlier?! Oh how dissapointing it was. Still no message from my host, no place to stay for tonight and it's already 4pm. What to do?
One of my friends suggested I could ...
... open lookout at the top. These HK people never miss an opportunity for commerce. Once back down we started to wander the shopping streets marked on the map but soon realised they were for the rich and dreamers as it was all Bvlgary, Lois Vuitton etc. so decided there was nothing there for us. Got the tram back to our end of town and walked those streets. Kev managed to get two pairs of trousers. They even altered them to fit for no extra ...
... and then a 'cooked food' section on the third floor. While David explored the sights and smells of the two lower floors, Sonja went to the third floor. It was obviously where LOTS of workers met for lunch. A little overwhelmed, Sonja wondered about being able to find someone and be able to explain what we wanted. We sorted it out by finding a fridge with drink in it, pointing and with two fingers managed to get a drink each. We decided to try to eat here as well. The table ...
Sha Tin has few places of worship but Ten Thousands Buddhas Monastery is most remarkable. From Sha Tin MTR follow the signposts from Grand Central Plaza and IKEA, pass the hakka old village with some very old ancestors' temples, good pizza place and flower shop and then, through a beautiful forest, climb the 431 steps flanked by gold-painted figures of enlightened beings up the hillside. The monastery was found in 1949, has five temples, accommodates close to ...