Shenzhen Hongjia Hotel
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... Chinese broccoli with oyster sauce, these are the things that I ordered. One of my cohorts ordered a dumpling soup, another ordered some noodles, and the 3rd ordered another har gau, shu mai and then sticky rice with beef inside. A little dim sum to get us going. It was pretty tasty but the hot stuff to put on top was mostly garlic and not like the wonderful chili oil I am used to. It was a good sauce but not exactly what I wanted. The price came to like 22 kwai a person. ...
There sere some sore heads this morning; not to mention any names (McBride & Wakeford. You'd think silly old bigger would know better.
I had a nice easy day, cruising around. Poor old Phil still looked green at the pre-dinner meeting.
Pictures still the story of the evening, that I remember anyway. Plenty got on the turps after, but I had an early start to Bangkok.
... their families and friends posing for photos. It was truly wonderful! We decided to get some food before heading towards the tram to the peak. As the restaurant was closed we went to the onsite yea house. It was very nice, I felt slightly underdressed in my usual hoodie and trainers! Unfortunately the main menu has finished so we were limited to what we could have. We ended up having some noodles, mushroom dumplings for Paul, sesame filled dumplings and some ...
... and spend a few hours in Hong Kong. It took me a while, but I finally figured out that there is a place to temporarily check baggage in Terminal 2 so that you don't have to lug your carry-on all over the city.
I grabbed the Airport Express and made it to the city by 7 am. I wandered around for several hours - had some breakfast, waited for the stores to open, ...
... the Gardens across the street. It is rated as the number 2 thing to do in Hong Kong on trip advisor and with good reason. I wasn't allowed to take pictures inside the Nunnery but there were some stunning statues of Buddha and other religious figures. Next to the Nunnery is the Nan Lian Gardens which is a tranquil haven amongst the hustle and bustle of Hong Kong. The Gardens are kept immaculately and there is some peaceful music played throughout the park. As I still had ...