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Travel Blogs from Hong Kong
... crispy bun. Definitely recommended. To finish off a nice meal, dessert it always necessary. So another recommendation from Will, a liquid nitrogen ice cream from a place called LabMade. The chosen flavour wasn't much to my taste, Gemma's turn to choose selecting sea-salted caramel, but it was pretty interesting anyway. We also stole lots of spoons, which means we actually have an easy way to make peanut butter sandwiches for breakfast tomorrow! I'm far too happy/excited about ...
... Harbour View Hotel – our guest services person was very helpful and charming, giving us great suggestions for things to do and even writing her favorite dishes at a favorite restaurant in Chinese so we would know what to order.
Our room is on the 38th floor, with a lovely view of the harbor. Pas in on the 40th floor, also with a view ...
... and he said it was like a rice soup. Once I received it, I would say it was more like a rice porridge.
I'm writing from the Plaza Premium Lounge in the Honk Kong INTL Airport- SHOUTOUT to mom and dad for adding me to their AMEX account so I could check into this lounge and shower! I just finished some more chicken congee and shumai for breakfast. Final flight from HK to Denpasar is in 2 hours!
... which makes it nice and easy. The domestic flight to Auckland was on time, quite bumpy en-route, but arrived a bit early. This was good as the transfer time of 1:30 worked out OK, but there was really no room for delay's. By the time we had transferred from domestic terminal to international and gone through security checks and had our picnic lunch we were boarding the Cathay Pacific flight to Hong Kong.
Interestingly there are many domestic flights ...
... items from lizards on sticks to a huge variety of mushrooms and all sorts of sea creatures. There was also a shop that had everything you could imagine made out of colourful paper/card. From suits and shoes to cars, boats, mopeds and complete houses, dishes of food and even pets! The Chinese burn these items at the grave for the one who has passed away to have in their next/the after life.
The temple was pretty impressive inside with all of the spirals of ...