Bridal Tea House Hotel (Hung Hom - Wuhu Street)
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I'm back in Hong Kong for Christmas and New Year, and for a much happier and far less scorching time than when I was last here in September. Not that I had anything planned for my stay other than spend time with family and indulge in a bit of cheap shopping. Much of this I completed early, snapping up new glasses and contact lenses and a suit before the end of my first full day in Hong Kong. A necessity in order to allow enough time ...
... a few steps to move left or right were even proving to be a challenge. We managed to squeeze our way through the crowd to the famous Koi Kei bakery and grabbed ourselves the extremely popular and tasty egg tarts (traditional Portuguese pastries), served nice and warm.
After this we headed directly to the casinos, with Venetian in Tai Po being our favourite. It was a huge place, even bigger than the Venetian in Vegas. The gondolas, shopping streets, ...
... of people, and they certainly seemed impressed! Afterwards we went to one of my favourite restaurants in Hong Kong: One Dim Sum. It was certainly a different kind of restaurant experience then they were used to, but they still seemed to like it.
Tuesday was a busy day: I had filled it with walking tours and sight-seeing. We started the morning of by visiting Avenue of the Stars: a waterside promenade where several Asian stars have left their hand prints and which also gives ...
... centre, where you were supposed to be able to go up to the 7th floor and see the sunset. However, when we got there, there were only five floors. Maybe something funny happened since my book was published.
Ranald and Nick were tired again so they went back to get some curry and take a nap at the hotel. Nick's friend Jason was going to meet them to go out partying somewhere. I was not really interested anyway.
So, I went up to ...
This year the Spring Lantern festival - also known as Chinese Valentine's Day - fell on the 14th February (ooh, how romantic). It's the fifteenth day of the new lunar year and marks the end of the new year celebrations. Lanterns are hung around and often fireworks are let off too.
Here, we went along to the lantern ...