Sunny Day Hotel (Tsim Sha Tsui)
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... a couple beers and see a bit of this bustling beast. Hong Kong is an urban beauty, and it really felt great to be back here. It's quintessential piece being the amazing skyline, and crowded street signage.
After some sight seeing, we were a bit starved and found a fav place of Chris and Hollie's in an upcoming new neighborhood, Kennedy Town. Recently given its own MTR stop, it has come to life since my last visit, and grown from a expat lazy hideaway to ...
... the night in Central Hong Kong Island where there are 800m long outdoor escalators, traveling up the hills. You are able to get off at any point along these escalators as there are several restaurants, bars and shops to visit with a really party atmosphere in the area. There were many International restaurants to chose from so we opted for some Mexican food which was nicely washed with some Mexican beers and cocktails.
We decided to make a day trip to Macao, ...
... see the Peak. However, we had some delays (which was definitely not dad's fault...) and once we got to Central I was afraid we wouldn't make it in time. So instead, we took the double-decker tram to Causeway Bay. It's usually quite nice to take the tram, but since it was rush hour when we took it (probably not the best idea ever) the narrow tram was very crowded. The enourmous crowd of people continued when we got off at Causeway Bay. I'd brought my parents here to show off the ...
... was phenomenal. So yummy and almost melts in your mouth it was so fresh. After we sat for awhile, we decided we had enough energy left to catch the ferry from Hong Kong island to Kowloon and walk to the Kowloon airport express terminal. Bad idea. It was far. And still muggy. We realized at some point during our walk that we were no longer surrounded by other pedestrians until we found ourselves duo under by a group of seedy looking construction workers. So, we ...
... I was, it's the damn principle. You should be able to change what you want if it's only been a few moments. Also, you should put the prices on the menu, ****** restaurant people. When I was a waitress, you know how many times I had to change people's stupid orders after I told the chef what they wanted? It's really easy to do, especially at a breakfast place, where most of the stuff is just soup and dumplings.
After that, we followed a walking ...