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- 22 months, 4 weeks old – Second visit to the zoo, splash pad fun, “bao la”, “thank you”
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Tag Archives: Tsim Sha Tsui
January 19, 2019: My friend brought me to the first and only Ralph’s Coffee in Asia in Harbour City, Hong Kong, known as Ralph’s Coffee. He had previously worked at RL and thus had some affiliation with the fashion company.
January 10, 2019: I had heard all about this “deliciously addictive” salted duck egg snack and was eager to try this out. I love, love, love eating fried fish skins and the fact that these were going to be coated … Continue reading
September 26, 2017: Today, we dined with our travel buddies again for a lunch buffet at the Yamm at The Mira Hong Kong Hotel. There was a deal where if you had four people, the fifth person was free. We … Continue reading
September 25, 2017: For our 2017 meetup, Carson took me to Restaurant Osaka (大阪日本料理) for dinner. It’s located in Tsim Sha Tsui near Carnarvon Road and Nathan Road and also very close to the Tsim Sha Tsui MTR Station. It was … Continue reading
Oct 1, 2016 – Iron Cow Taiwanese Beef Noodles (鐵牛台灣牛肉麵) Before we headed off to view the fireworks for the National Day of the People’s Republic of China and do some pokemon hunting on October 1, Willa led us to Iron Cow Taiwanese … Continue reading
I had a bit of time to myself while in Tsim Sha Tsui so I selected a small restaurant after looking around the area and landed at Crema Coffee which is located down a small flight of stairs in an … Continue reading
It’s funny how we decided to go for Korean food just days before our trip to South Korea. We went to MyungDongOk Korean Restaurant for dinner, a restaurant that I’ve been to the last time I was in HK. I would … Continue reading