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... headed off to their homes. Some
people hopped on a bike taxi but I ended up walking back with someone who lived near me. We chatted and talked about exploring the country and soon found ourselves being lured by the wonders of street food. It seems on a Friday night street vendors open up pretty late and stay open even later. We passed a place making fried rice and some barbecuing meat on a stick. The place we ended up at was stir frying noodles with various things, including ...
... because we were staying in an apartment. It was pretty big, but the only thing that wasn't, was mine and Sam's bed. It was like a twin bed, but we were supposed to both sleep in it. Instead, we made a bed on the floor made out of the following:
- More comforters
- And lots of pillows.
... up by asian women!).
All in a good trip, weather is good (Overcast most days but mid to late 20's) the people are friendly. the city is far cleaner than i expected...people actually disinfecting the hand rails on escalators (never seen that in Melbourne!) and sweeping the streets constantly. Lots of things to see and do.
See you all soon. Cheers Neil.
I was lucky that my friend was visiting Hong Kong the same time as me. Truthfully, this is why I started my trip in Hong Kong. He had been to the city before and seemed keen for company, plus he's a fun, easy going guy so the perfect travel buddy. We arranged to meet up for brunch at a restaurant called '"Australian Dairy Company". At first glance, this sounds like aplace that would serve a western style brunch with lots of milk and cheese, but I read the reviews on trip advisor ...
... lunch more than made up for our mishap. It calls itself a vegetarian restaurant which is fine by is, but it had some vegetarian dishes it's true, but it also had snake soup, vegetables in goose liver sauce, and all manner of fish and meat dishes. Going back to the Hong Kong fusion style, there was also fried beef with peaches on the menu. Tempting as that was, I looked around and every table had these crispy stringy ball things, and I wanted some. So when the waitress came to ...