Bridal Tea House Hotel (Aberdeen)
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... a resort vibe, full of Europeans, Americans etc, this place was built to make money, prices are 3 times more than over on the mainland and a genuine chinese restaurant is not to be found, instead there is are huge open area, surrounded with Spanish, turkish, indian, Japanese and other cuisine, not Clíona's cup of tea, this sort of money should be put into improving the city as it is, not spent on tourists
It was an ideal place for retirement or if you had a family break, ...
... into it, she told me it was from boiling the vegetable, and of course a little bit of salt. I will be trying this back home! The second dish she made was greens, green string beans, leafy greens and cucumber, she had steamed them with chucks of tofu, they poured a spicy peanut sauce on top. The third dish was the treat, she had made veggie cakes with egg and stuffed them with tofu. This was also very tasty, but the oil was dripping from it. The meal was very nice, just the four ...
... the HGK natives say "**** the mainland woman!!" almost made up for all the **** we've been through these last two weeks.
They say this, because pregnant women native to The Republic of China, will literally do anything to have their child born in Hong Kong, mainly for the educational system set in place. Women will be arrested and not care because their baby will still be born in Hong Kong. (WHAT THE ...
... we boarded sampan shuttle boats for a special sampan tour through the Aberdeen Fishing Village, to the world’s largest floating restaurant; The Jumbo Floating restaurant, to be treated to their famous dim sum lunch. (In china, dim sum and rice is available for breakfast, lunch, and dinner and I suppose a midnight snack)
After lunch, we were afforded the opportunity to purchase $20k + exquisitely crafted, ...
Culture and heritage lovers will be delighted with the treasures that are hidden in Fanling, including a stunning Taoist Temple and a number of walled villages. Apparently the Sung dynasty Princess and her Tang clan husband settled in Lunk Yeuk Tau in the 13th century. Today his descendants occupy 11 villages in the area, five of which are walled.
Let's start from Fung Ying Seen Koon, ...