Silka Far East Hotel
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First of all, Please excuse us if there are any mistakes in our blog today, we are both very tired while writing this!!
At 7.15 am we left for Schiphol! After some traffic jams we still arrived on time at the airport, thank you Mama van Rooij and Geertjan. First flight was smooth, plane was a bit smaller than we expected but sure it was …
The Hong Kong 'Special Administrative Region' of the Peoples Republic of China (PRC) consists of a number of islands and Hong Kong Island is not the biggest, Lantau Island is. Every trip around Hong Kong is an adventure as it typically requires an assortment of bus and/or ‘subway’ train or walking trips where you are surrounded by crowds of people, so a trip to Lantau Island sounded just the ticket.
... it was our's. Happy that it made it too!
We were all dying for a shower and just to get home when we landed so that's what we did.
A good drug assisted sleep, and now I'm back at work. Monday is a nice quiet day so I've spent my free time finishing this blog. Wish I had my photos here to load but I'll do that tonight.
Looking forward to making the next photo book now. There's plenty to choose from!
... peeled veggies, I cut them, to shape them, then Zoë and Jason wrapped sausages in bacon. The duck bones in the oven were smelling divine, so to them we added a pint of red wine. Boilin and skimmin , skimmin and boilin, I kept a small pot, to put all the spare oil in. The duck fat was rich in aromas and flavours so I’ll use it tomorrow, to cook all the tater’s. With all the prep finished and with Una returned, we enjoyed another ...
... lavender or red roses and not fish! The early fisherman wanted to make the island as "fragrant" (fishy) as possible as the would attract more people. And it most definitely has worked because just over 100 years later the city population is 2 million with a further 3.5 million people that commute from the countryside via train. I am quite sure that the Capitalist vibrant city has attracted many ...