Seaview O City Hotel
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... and went to a little hole in the wall restaurant I found on TripAdvisor. It seemed quite out of place in the amongst the opulent designer stores. Quite tasty food though. Wandered around a bit more until I came across a dessert place and got a mango pancake wrap thing that was pretty good. Headed back to the hostel and made an early-ish night of it in order to rest up for exploring Hong ...
... ran like clockwork. The carriages were packed but everyone seemed friendly enough and we squeezed ourselves in between the hundreds of locals. Taking the underground turned out to be the best decisionwe could have made.
As soon as we arrived and went back overground the noise of the crowds and general hubub around told us we had come to the right place. No sooner had we stepped out of the station, ...
We had a good night's sleep and found it hard to get going in the morning, despite the lovely sunny weather. We planned to use the two weekdays to go places that would be busier at the weekend and chose to go to Lamma Island today. It's always been one of our favourite spots to visit since Philippa took us there in the days she was working in Hong Kong.
We walked down to the Star Ferry terminal and caught a ferry across to the island - completing another must ...
... But their Constitution says they're a democracy with freedom of speech and press, just like us" some say. Big whoop. What does that matter? One thing I've learned is that the God-forsaken checks and balances system actually does something--what good is a Constitution when you only have one branch of government that controls it all? Some of you might be thinking, "duh, John," but when is the last time you really thought and appreciated checks and balances? Or ...
... white truffle espuma.
pan-seared Hokkaido scallops on fresh salsify with clotted cream and crispy red radish salad and mimosa vinaigrette.
mandarin clementine sherbet with a twist of champagne.
US beef tenderloin filled with goose liver and surrounded with bayonne ham aged port wine sauce.
or oven-roasted French pigeon with yellow chanterelles and duck liver ravioli ...