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 …
... ready for a late lunch/early dinner. My Macau friend (Crystal) referred us to go eat at Antonio’s. She said the fish dishes at this place are AMAZING. I agree! I had a cheese/cream sauce fish dish and it was sooooo delicioussss (and expensiveeee T.T). It was super hot outside so we sat and enjoyed the air conditioned room for a while after finishing our meal. We set out as a cloud passed over and provided temporary cover ...
Moral of travel. Always check seat allocation as we missed out on aisle seat. But managed ok. Watched funny movie re Tour de France , The wolf of wall street, and really enjoyed le weekend. Le weekend was about a couple on their thirtieth wedding anniversary in Paris. Raised enormous issues about relationships and self worth. I really look forward to seeing Tom and Mary and just chilling out. I miss the boys not being ...
... front eating ice cream; rice pudding with mango and ginger and cinnamon for me, royal tea and orange zest, honey and rosemary for Martin. Sitting there we saw a young girl wearing a jumper which said "life is like drawing, but without an eraser", that struck a chord, so we have dedicated this blog to that idea.
We wander up the avenue of stars and make our way slowly back through a previously undiscovered park back toward the ship check in. Perhaps at ...
... point to watch the Symphony of the Lights through the floor to ceiling windows. The decor was also stunning. Traditionally Hutongs are narrow streets or alleyways and the dimly lit interior of the restaurant was fashioned to replicate this. There are intricate wooden doorways, birdcages and colourful red lanterns swinging from the roof beams.
After reading a lot of reviews I knew there was a large emphasis on Szechuan seasoning so I ...