I like this view (its actually a view) Cant wait till we move here!
This weekend walked up one of the hills behind my flat (I say hill, its officially a mountain, but its only 500m tall – that’s a hill) It was a clear day, but you don’t realise the pollution until you’re on top of it!
This is the first book I purchased and read on the Kindle. I finished reading it today and loved the book. Although its set 60 years in the past, it’s given me a wonderful feel for the orient in colonial days. I am constantly reminded that Hong Kong is one of the most expensive cities […]
Today, I ordered some groceries for home delivery as I’m still not walking too well. To my surprise, the bag with frozens was very inflated and I straight away noticed the type of ice packs that were inside. Oh, the things to amuse yourself when you’re house bound.
I got a new toy – and no, its not a tablet computer (yet). My new kindle is wonderful, with many books already downloaded and I’m more than half way through a very interesting book ‘Gweilo: Memories of a Hong Kong Childhood‘. Wonderful too for entertainment while I’m off my feet post-op.
At one place I don’t mind eating at in SOHO is called ‘Jaspers’ I’ve noticed they have pav on the menu but was always too full to try it. In my last visit, we kept enough room and it was worth it. Not as good as back home, but a very close impersonation!
Hong Kong is largely devoid of Cupcake stores – unlike Sydney and Melbourne. But this bakery we went past on the way to lunch had a few cute ones
Is a totally awesome city. I had a great time and can’t wait to go back.
So, in quest for the best Xiao Long Bao in Shanghai andv waiting in line for one hour, my quest failed. The store had run out of plain pork, selling only mix-crab or all crab ones. I went across the street to a store famous for fryied Dumplings. They were full of soup similar to […]
As the mid autumn festival is approaching, the company has given all the staff some Mooncakes as a gift. They smell so good!