After our trip to The Peak, it was time for dinner. Ac said she knew a Mexican place.
“Is it good?”
“ They have cheap margarita pitchers”.
“Ok, we’re going.”
We had a couple of not very memorable Mexican dishes along with our frozen
Hong Kong: The Ngong Ping Cable Car and The Big Buddha
You can’t really go to Hong Kong without visiting the Big Buddha (Tian Tan Buddha), so more out of obligation than desire, Poul and I went to see the 34m tall concrete statue on Lantau Island. We took the metro
AC has two aquariums full of fish and in Oslo, aquarium stuff is expensive, so she wanted to do some shopping at the Goldfish Market in Hong Kong. One of the things on her list was a spawning cone, which is
Hong Kong is all about skyscrapers and during my short time here, I’ve found out that some of the city’s nicest restaurants are located several floors above the ground and often inside a shopping mall.
Budaoweng is located on the 23rd
Poul and I both have a sweet tooth so when we were in Hong Kong, we were both eager to try Atum Desserant, which is a restaurant that only serves desserts. Their most famous menu item is the Improvisation, priced
Hong Kong’s oldest street market is on Graham Street, just around the corner from our hotel. The market is a so-called wet market selling all sorts of seafood, meat and fresh produce. It looked a bit chaotic, but at a
Hong Kong’s skyline must be among the most beautiful in the world, and during our stay here, we’ve spent a lot of time down by the water. One evening, we went for an evening stroll on the Tsim Sha Tsui