Hong Kong visual diary: Central and Victoria Peak

Today’s adventure was pretty food-centric, and was about as delicious as it could be. We started out the day by seeking out the world’s cheapest Michelin starred restaurant, Tim Ho Wan, for some absolutely delicious dim-sum. After our brunch, we took a walking tour of Hong Kong’s central financial district. After we made our way through the jungle of skyscrapers we took a break in the botanical garden where I finally found a vendor selling curry fish balls. We took the tram up to the peak to take in some sweeping views of the city, grabbed dinner in SoHo and called it an early night. Our legs are quite happy that we decided to make tonight an early evening. You can expect the details from today’s adventures soon, but for now these pictures will have to suffice.

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One comment on “Hong Kong visual diary: Central and Victoria Peak

  1. Danny Patrick on said:

    Wow! I am glad ya’ll made Hong Kong!