Xin Haishan Hotel
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... actually glad that they got lost and had to overcome a little fear and adversity. Baby steps to independence.
We took a taxi over to Kowloon on the other side of the harbor on two separate occasions - once to go shopping and once to visit the Hong Kong Museum of History. We walked down the famous "Ladies' Market" in Kowloon, a densely packed street stretching for over 1km filled with hundreds of stalls selling everything from counterfeit watches, ...
Well, we both only achieved about31/2 hrs sleep and were both wide awake from about 4am. Eventually just got up and went down for an early breakfast. Interesting looking out of our bedroom window on the 17th floor. We look down on Victoria Park and can also see some of the harbour. In the park, by 7 there were two groups practicing Thi Chi. Then, whilst having breakfast overlooking the park there was one oldish guy who spent the best part ...
... husband, Bruce flew in tonight and he miraculously found his way to the flat. I had lunch with my opponent, Fee from Germany, today. She doesn't speak muchEnglish but her husband is acting as translator. I have not had a chance to watch her play but we have a respectable time if 2 pm for our match tomorrow. In the morning I plan to go and have an early hit just to get my sea legs back after this 2 day hiatus from ...
Saltbush LambTender loin, Sweet breads , Eggplant , Chickpeas , Ras El Hanout Yoghurt
Black Tea Honey, Lavender, Bergamot, Cardamon
Gianduja Praline, Sweet Potato, Brown Butter Ice cream
Wine was a 2006 Chianti Riserva.
A memorable meal and a memorable evening.
We walked back to the Conrad to find a Tiramisu with candle and card in our room.
What a lovely gesture.
... I spent a LONG day in the office. We didn't into the office till after 10am when the typhoon warning was lifted. Didn't sleep well and all I saw today was the inside of the office... And these "office art" objects that I see daily. Kewt right? ...