Garden View Hong Kong(YWCA)
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And so the journey continues but this time we head up towards the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong, this is going to be a mad week after the peace and tranquility of most of Laos.This stop was always a must do for us to catch up with the HK side of La's mums family these are the special 00 series of leungs. They refer to each other as 001 through to …
... in the hotel, Jeune Leung. At first the menu did not look appealing, but we ordered drinks and waited for the waiter. He suggested the special which was duck so we agreed, trying to convert HK dollars back to Aust. but that did not seem to work very well. Next thing, waiter brings out a whole duck for us to survey, and we look at each other thinking what have we done!!! Then comes the steamer with may pancakes and our side serves of ...
... and meals and service were quite OK. On the way into Sydney, a group of Chinese, , who obviously knew each other, including our neighbor, started sharing out packets of duty-free cigarettes into acceptable quantities.
We arrived slightly early, had the usual wait while they sorted out Murray’s crummy passport, then the baggage turned up and we were picked up at the airport by Lisa. Doesn’t get much better than that!
... say I got to try half the menu! I took notes and plan to share them when I get back to ZZ. Now, I bet you want to know how much this cost me, with my four dishes and a mineral water, that now thinking about I never actually got (service issue) it came to 65HKD$ which is 9.78CAD$. Crazy right! I couldn't believe it. If the line wasn't so long and such a hit or miss for wait times, I would definitely go back. PS if ever you are in HK, this Restaurant ******* is a must! ...
... a hole in the blind to let the air through. She then found a stanley knife in the cupboard, handed it to Allan, who proceeded to attack the blind, as you do in a rented apartment!. Result - the air now flows into the room, even when the blind is down! Good result.
Once the air-con issue was sorted, had a shower (which we badly needed after 2 nights on the train and the heat and frustration of Shenzhen), and a short rest, before venturing down the hill ...