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Lovely but very small boutique hotel. Perfect for a couple of days in HK
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Honkkarissa kävimme aamupäivän aikana mäellä ja pyörimme iltapäivän Kowloon puolella.
... Internet, their claim to fam was their Spicy Eggs Benedict. Up to this point I had been craving eggs Benny a week before my trip to Shanghai. I took a seat and order, my breakfast was up in less that 5 minutes. It was a simple dish. Two pouched eggs, one medium hard, the other soft, on an English muffin and Ham. Now, perhaps I am more picky about my eggs Benny, but I have to say, I wasn't overly impressed with the sauce, I think because, it was not a traditional sauce, and ...
... and we were on the coach around 4:15 to head for "The Peak" only about an 8 minute ride to the top, very similar to the tram in Lisbon only a little bigger. We went over to Hong Kong through the new tunnel and although the Friday traffic was busy the bus lanes got us there with no trouble. Shame about the weather, it's been fine all day but overcast and now we've come to the top of the city we're in cloud and can't see naff all :-( it was bloody cold as well :-( had a good. ...
... there and everywhere.. container ships, cruise liners and fishing boats of all sizes criss crossing each other..
a photo says a thousand words .. actually one is never content with one photo.. more..more.. more
Lunch with a view is easily done too.. so many eateries in the "right" spot.. My choice today.. Bubba Gump Shrimp Co Restaurant.. the first & only casual restaurant based on a movie ..We all fell in love with this one back ...
... in his house which involved rice, steamed vegetables, spring rolls, chilli pork and one or two other unidentifiable items which tasted good ( perhaps better I didn't know what they were). We then went for a walking tour of his village and were fascinated at how almost everyone in his village is in some way self employed and growing or making their own goods to sell into bigger markets and shipping further afield. There were families growing tobacco, then being wheeled down to ...