Hyatt Regency Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Breakfast Available
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... day and got some savoury things to keep us going.
From there we headed to the mainland area to the Chi lin nunnery. In front of the nunnery is the Nan Lian garden. Filled with different shapes and sizes of bonsai trees, waterfalls, karp, lotus ponds, everyhing chinesy you can think of is here, a small temple with bright orange bridgs takes up the centre of the gardens.Walking up the steps and through a huge doorway you enter the courtyard of the nunnery. It is a ...
... of the high rise building. We spent the day walking around the city, eating pizza and catching up (lots and lots to catch up on) and seeing the harbour and the amazing views across the other side. Gary showed me all the nearby monuments, I saw many different shops and most importantly some crazy restaurants where different fish and seafoods were in tanks in the front windows so you knew what you could order... ...
... I cut them, to shape them, then ZoŽ 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 drink, which we had ...
... in bed making a lot of noise or all of the above. There was this Chinese kid whose phone would ring every night at 2 o'clock, some times 3, 4, 5 in the morning! We had to slap him on the face with a pillow so he would wake up and deal with that. I almost felt like not using the pillow once. One night some random weird looking guy opened the door at 3 in the morning looking for a room. At least that's what he said after I went ...
How do you diss something that you like? Hong Kong is just that, a land of juxtaposed and ambivalent ideas and visuals. The words that come to mind are yuppie, busy, impressive, expensive and humid.
Coming to HK for the first time is like a secret vail that is lifted and you see your bride for the first time. She is pretty and well formed, redolent of tradition and yet shimmering of modern glamour . For such a small island, the national pride is ...