October 21, 2011
Ruins of St. Paul’s
Pork bun and bubble milk tea for breakfast
Om nom nom…
Chinese style Macaroni and ham & Toast for brunch
October 20, 2011
2 October 2011
Thick Toast for breakfast
Snack from 7-Eleven
Chocolaty Hello Kitty
Spicy African Chicken Rice for Lunch
Can’t recall the name but it’s some seafood rice. A Portuguese dish.
Best Portuguese Egg Tart from Lord Stow at Venetian
Red wine bread for supper
October 19, 2011
1 October 2011
MOS Burger Chilli Hotdog with Corn Soup for breakfast
Saw so many people eating this snack, so I followed…
Crispy Mini Egg Waffle
360 Degrees Sky Terrace
Strong wind made my hair super messy and all tangled up
Dinner at Cafe de Coral
Happy National Day Hong Kong!
October 15, 2011
Mango Fiesta at Hui Lau Shan Healthy Dessert
Langham Shopping Mall
The Symphony of Lights
Double layer milk dessert
October 12, 2011
We arrived at Macau International Airport at 10.30am. Our actual plan was to go straight to HK via ferry but unfortunately, Typhoon Nesat signal no. 8 hit HK and Macau was affected too.
We were stranded at the airport as all transportation services were cancelled. Nothing much we could do except to wait.
And suddenly, a guy approached us and offered us to hop on Galaxy free shuttle. We didn’t hesitate and there we go…
Galaxy Hotel and Casino
The beautiful interior
HJ with the fortune stones
I was almost blown away by the strong wind.. haha
The free shuttle didn’t come to pick us up from Galaxy so we had to carry our luggage and walked to our next destination, The Venetian.
I was in awe to see the masterpiece on the ceiling
and the fake sky
We were super tired by evening. Lack of sleep and rest.
Praise God by 6.00pm, the typhoon went down to signal no. 3 and the ferry was back to service. We took a taxi to Taipa Ferry Terminal which cost us HKD100 (RM41)! That’s super expensive coz the ferry terminal isn’t very far away.
People were queuing an waiting to enter the ferry
I was exhausted. I vomited due to the rough waves.
Upon arrival in HK, we took MTR to Mongkok.
He is tired. I think we were both ‘chow sui’ and ‘seh koh’.
Mongkok, here we go!