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... in Hong Kong for a while now. We went to Din Tai Fung, a michelin-starred Dim Sum restaurant. Dim Sum is like Asian tapas, you order several different steamed or (deep) fried snacks, and then share them. With the dinner, which is quite oily, you're served tea which is supposed to absorb this oil in your stomach. The food was amazing, and ridiculously cheap for a michelin restaurant (you can expect to pay about €20 each). Afterwards we went ...
... spot after a long nights transit. We headed to another place for dessert and shared several different desserts together to maximize the types we could try. Two of our deserts had durian nomnomnom.
We had lots to catch up on and talk about (especially since he works in the financial sector of the mining industry). It was great to see him again and to get awesome tips of things to do/see while in HK.
-- Ryan L.
... money, it was more like they just wanted an audience. And because everyone had so much gear with them (amps etc) it felt like everyone was trying to be more professional than a down to earth regular busker. Maybe mong kok is where all the talent scouts hang out, who knows?
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Speaking of the electrical district, going to try and buy a memory card with Sepideh later on ...
Well, Alex and I are back at work after our luxurious two days off for Christmas, and will soon be prepping for the most important holiday here, Chinese New Year.
Hong Kong went crazy for Christmas. Every single shopping mall had its own huge centre piece, all equally mad and only loosely related to Christmas, shops brimmed with tinsel and LED trees. The children were half excited, half confused. It was really weird ...
... I found out about before we came away so I was really looking forward to going.
Initially, I thought it was a water park plus theme park but on arrival we found out it was just a theme park. A tiny bit disappointed but still excited to go on all the rides. On entering the park there were 1000's of visitors. At 10am when they opened the gates we darted through and headed straight to the other side of the park. After 30 minutes of constant walking we ...