Bridal Tea House Hotel Yau Ma Tei
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... weird after four months in China.
We visited Lamma island which was really lovely along with the flower and bird markets before the girls headed off to England via Shanghai and Helsinki.
I spent another week in Hong Kong meeting up with my friend Suzie from Qingdao and Sarah who I used to study with in Leeds. Was a really nice chilled week and I did a few hikes in the new territories that were right lovely. ...
... in Chinese. Feeling it would be impolite to not join in, I sang along with customary gusto, only in cop-out English. Not that anybody noticed, as the priest added his thanks to me in addition to the choir at the end of mass. Maybe he was just being nice. It’s Christmas after all…
Lunch was a crowded buffet affair at the Kowloon Cricket Club with the family, including my niece Jennifer, now a mother of four-month old baby James. He is ...
... for a lunch break, and we made a slight detour to a cute French creperie where we had amazing crepes!
We then continued our tour from Man Mo Temple, through the Central to Mid-level escalators (the Mid levels is a residential area south of Central, the escalators were built to help people go up the steep hill. It is 800 metres long - becoming the world's longest covered outdoor escalator), the nice SOHO restaurant area, and eventually Lan Kwai Fung. Seeing LKF in the ...
... and checked our beaches a few times. Relieved we finally made it to the terminal just in the nick of time to run onto our train. Back at hong kong airport, we finally found a place to try this egg custard everyone told us about. Didn't love it. It tasted like egg with s custard consistency but not sweet. I guess exact wha egg custard would be, but we were both underwhelmed. Still waiting, I feel myself getting sicker by the minute. I'm hopeful a good night's ...
... is administered under HKSAR - Hong Kong Special Administrative Region which is pretty much BAU until 2047 - 50 years. Hmm, wonder what will happen then.
There are very few push bikes in Hong Kong which I found surprising. Apparently 90% of transport needs are met by public transport, which is brilliant. Populations the size of Hong Kong need a good transport system and it is cheap and extremely effficient. We actually checked in down town for our ...