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Day 4 With thunderstorms and Torrential rain through the night, it was with very nervous hands that I pulled back the curtains... But a gasp of relief is issued as overcast sky's are the only hurdle that remains from the harrowing night ...at least for now!! So it's down to breakfast where Mal samples the acclaimed omelette with strong reviews as expected, and I craft-fully construct a version of Eggs Benedict that was more than satisfactory. Today we are off to ...
... Here was where we discovered some differences - in Hong Kong food is fairly dry unless you are having soup, and it comes quite plain as opposed to the western style of having sauces and dips with your food. Anyone going to HK should do one of the foodie tours - they are great culinarily but also give you a great insight to local ways.
Hong Kong Island, by comparison, is very different. This is obviously the more 'colonial' side to the region. ...
... to take part in an interview and give my thoughts on Chinese products in the US. As always, I was dismayed by the properness of the whole interview, or, I should say, lack thereof. I’m unsure whose brain child it was to make such an interview, but the production value was that of middle school student. Though, the free meal didn’t hurt.
It was a long time coming, but I, along with Zac, Leon, Shubham and Nathan made our way to Hong Kong. We made it ...
... restaurant, then go to Lam Kwai Fong. After dinner at a German restaurant, we went to Lan Kwai Fong, where the party was already in full swing. We hung out at one of the clubs until around 1:30 AM, when we finally decided to call it a night. Once we got back to the hotel, me and my cousin walked to the pizza place to get some food before we all crashed, which was pretty satisfying. We finally ended up sleeping at around ...
... journey. Star Ferry back to the mainland, just in time for afternoon tea. Bit of a freshen up then out for round two. We went to the HK Museum of art which had a sculptures exhibition on. It was great and a lot of fun, taking pictures with our new "best friends" ha! ha!. We then went to the Aqua Bar & Restaurant to soak up the Hong Kong skyline at night and watch all the ships sailing by.
Day three and we are back on the Star Ferry to Hong ...