Bridal Tea House Hotel (Tai Kok Tsui - Li Tak Street)
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... a late lunch at one of the cafés on the waterfront - had myself a very nice NZ steak - good change from the stir fried rice!
After lunch we did a little more looking around before the kids and I headed back to the hotel for a swim. Kids started getting tied and heat getting to them so best solution - hotel pool! Phil stayed on and did some ...
... s birthday they took us out for Sichuan dinner where one of the featuring dishes was an elaborate bowl full of 'confit’ red chillies with a lump of lovely, flavoursome fish that you had to go dipping for! After a few minutes of eating this, it began to have a strange tingling effect in the mouth –that can only be compared to pins and needles in the tongue! A memorable last meal. As we said ...
... heavy load.
With the lift so full that it would fit in no more, we squished up and trav-elled to the twenty seventh floor.
With the three of us aching and sweating and *****ing, we unloaded the shopping bags into the kitchen.
The pans were a bubbling, the knives were a flurry, the three of us prepped Christmas lunch in a hurry.
We put the stuff in the stuffing, and cut down the duck, we each had a beer, and then one for good luck.
... like a proper win. Mongolian tugriks would be even better! That was our winning done for the night, which was enough to make sure we left whilst slightly up. The lack of wins after that didn't make our evening any less enjoyable however as I enjoyed drinking the rest of my pitcher in and marvelling at the audacity of this racecourse surrounded by high rises. A quick tram and a metro and we were back at the hostel, distinctly ready for bed after a fun but very long ...
... sketch from 'Miranda'. Your appetite quickly diminishes and you don't even want your dinner - let alone the cake, you try to style out the fall by pretending you're a trained dancer practicing your own rigorous warm up routine before class starts but know that you will never step foot within 100 meters of that sports centre again. Well, I quite enjoy writing my blog. I enjoy thinking about what I'm going to write, editing what I write, re-reading ...