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... one side but on the other side we had some pretty good views. After walking around, we took the tram down the side of the mountain followed by a short bus ride. We used the octopus card for all the journeys. At the bottom it was very hot & sunny, we saw a harbour cruise for around $15 so we took it. A pleasant hour crushing around the harbour enjoying a beer. The it was on to the star ferry to go back to our hotel room. Bruce wanted to find a ...
... to try the Langham Hotel, Main street deli.where we had a Prawn and avocado sandwich (Barry ) and Greek Salad ( Libby).
We were close to Harbour City so it was off to Cova for coffee.
After a brief wander around Harbour City we returned to the hotel, for afternoon tea, and cocktails that followed.
Dinner that evening was at the Italian restaurant Domani, which we had discovered in November.
The menu was featuring truffles from Piedmont, ...
I've made it to Hong Kong! All was going smoothly, no traffic on the M25 and only the 1 argument with a driver at Heathrow carpark. I didnt think my nerves were showing at all until at check in I kept saying I was off to Sydney. At that point I wasn't sure who was more nervous - me about going or Dad about leaving me to navigate my way around a country at the other end of ...
... evening traffic to take us for dinner.
When Steph's ebullient Uncle Eddie arrived with his lovely Brazilian wife, we drove in their car to a really nice restaurant for steak and chips, which was, I have to say, utterly delicious, and SO welcome after weeks of eating food dripping in grease and oil in Hunan. I really enjoyed that car ride, hearing the family banter flash back and forth in both English and Chinese, and was able to relax, that sort of ...
... tourists at all which was good. We didn't stay out massively late into the afternoon and headed back to Olympic for around 4:30/50, to ourselves a meal at Pepper Lunch in the food court, HK$42 got a hot plate with a portion of rice meat of your choice (chicken for me, beef for Becky) and then maybe 10 different spices and sauces all thrown on. It gets served to you sizzling away, the beef was still raw and cooks through mixing it all together and just making a sort of paella ...
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