Mingle Place On The Wing
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... decided to grab a quick lunch before taking complete advantage of that wonderful bed back at the hotel. We found a Pret A Manger. This chain was our go to in the United Kingdom last year and we never thought we would see it again. Wraps, and salads, and aromatic coffee. The universe kept treating us. Mini rewards for persevering.
We left the hotel around 5 via bus and went back to pick up our Passports.
We made it back ...
... and it broke down.
My friend from Zurich also has a friend in Zurich working for a 2-star Michelin restaurant. She was so kind to offer us the entire meal. What a feast that was!
We then went out to Lan Kwai Fong (LKF) for some well deserved partying. We found a couple of nice bars/clubs. Good music (for me at least), nice people, good atmosphere, great time!
Next day we had again great ...
... we first got in the tram there were some grumbles that the seats were facing uphill and were not reversible (like in the trams at Blackpool!) but as soon as the tram began it’s very steep decent it began obvious why the seats did not face downhill. Everyone would have soon fallen forwards and out of their seats!
The next stop was the Man Mo temple which we had seen yesterday. This is a Taoist temple built in the 1800’s and had not ...
... some normality and to shake off the cabin fever. After playing a few drinking games we decided to make our way out to the infamous night scene called Lan Kwai Fong. Several different strips on hills which consisted of very westernised bars and clubs, not necessarily a taste of culture, however there were tons of foreign people, it was just nice to have some normality, plus it was warm so everyone was outside drinking on the streets, it had a mardi-gras feel to ...
... Island is the third largest in Hong Kong islands.. only 7 kms in length with a population of just over 6,000 people but that would swell on weekends, holidays etc..It's peaceful and tranquil, with relatively natural scenery. Buildings higher than three storeys are prohibited and there are no automobiles but diminutive fire trucks and ambulances, as well as distinctive open-back vehicles to transport construction materials. ...