Meiyi Yulin Hotel
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... walked the afternoon away and had to meet the cruiser at Pier 3 at 7.30 to take of for the leisurely 90 minute "Symphony of Lights" cruise of Victoria Harbour. In our exuberance for our new found freedom in choosing what and when to eat we had decided to eat after the cruise. Turns out it was a poor choice, we had missed the fine print on the cruise ticket that indicated UNLIMITED FREE on-board drinks. After three generous whiskies ... each ... on an empty ...
... everything metro system.
We arrived at the Lok Fu station in northern Kowloon and Google Maps guided us to the Walled City of Kowloon Park. The park is situated in the heart of a heavily urbanized area and is a lovely green oasis surrounded by the chaos of the city. As we walked to the park, we passed an interesting sight - a cemetery. But this cemetery was built up the side of a large hill. Given the crunch for space in this ...
... same. We went for dinner and I had noodle soup with leek dumplings and Kim had shredded pork with noodles. They were both really nice and it was proper fast food, with us about a minute after we ordered it. It came to about £6-7 for the two of us. We then went for a drink just off of Kimberley street and I paid that for a single pint. I don't understand prices here! Those two things don't add up. Nor does the fact that a beer from a 7-11 is 80p. How can a pint ...
... and take look a at he menu. Yep! It's got all the western trappings. Boiled chicken feet, steamed pigs guts and a host of other creepy looking dishes. We spot a restaurant across the parking lot and decide, let's do it. Walking into the restaurant is like walking into time zone. The place looks like a massive wedding reception in Brackenfell. 4 pretty Chinese girls bow as you walk into the front door, motioning you to sit at one of the heavily draped tables in a vast dinning ...
... Star chap eatery and their BBQ Pork Buns are to die for.Infact so are their dumplings and Turnip Cake. Jett ordered the Chicken Feet and Kel and I joined him in this local delicacy. They were really yum. 1 Michelin Star/Dirt cheap - $36NZD for all of us.
Retiring to our hotel, I took the kids for a swim in the hotel pool before getting some good sleep to rest our wary bodies and prepare for our big day tomorrow at Disneyland.