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... br> The manager obviously had to come and talk to these tourists that have stumbled into his restaurant and didn't think the language barrier will be a problem. He put his hand on Andy's shoulder and started to talk in Chinese, confused and being polite Andy nodded, before he knew it the manger had dragged him over to the fish tank and one of his waiters was already fishing out the main course. Quickly realising what was happening he declined and headed back ...
... our wonderful hostess Lizzie came up trumps and took us for the most heavenly Thai meal and perhaps our last bottle of wine for a while! We repaid her generosity on Sunday night by taking her to the world's cheapest Michelin starred restaurant where we indulged in our new favourite delicacy - BBQ pork buns. The bill came to £11.30, which we didn't think was unreasonable for 3 people!
Yesterday we crossed the river to Kowloon and visited the Nan ...
... while right on plenty of things, has clearly either not stepped foot in the most populous nation on the planet, or has only done so for weeks while traveling and certainly doesn't speak Mandarin even if he has. One of his most flabbergasting points: "Most people in the world don't think about us or even care about [Americans]". Now, I don't want to sound self-centered (but I will anyways), and I don't know what countries he's "lived" in, but at least two of them are ...
... being right in the centre of Kowloon. Now it was time to continue exploring and we meandered down to the port area and spent time watching what we think are eagles swooping over the harbour. This side currently boasts the tallest building in Hong Kong. I say currently as there is still massive building projects going on all over Hong Kong, I have no idea whether they intend to keep reaching for the sky, but based on past history it seems ...
We had a great sleep and got ourselves up and dressed with a view to being at delaneys Irish pub by 11am to get our seats for the footy. On the way Jans feet were so sore we stopped off at a dept? store and bought a pair of walking shoes for her. Sheer bliss!!! Made our way to the pub and found we were one of only a few there. Ordered a pizza for man and smoked salmon corn fritters for me. Delicious. At 11lots ...