Pure distilled evil in liquid form. Chinese firewater that could be used to put a man on a moon of a planet in a far away galaxy. It tastes like a combination of the fires of hell, rotten Indian food and the after effect of China Syndrome.
2 kids from Perth, Australia off to get a taste of life.
Welcome to our blog on world discovery.
HK’s nightlife has 3 or 4 main areas for eating and drinking. We generally stuck around Lan Kwai Fong and Wan Chai (HK’s Red Light District).
Being a very multicultural place we had our fair share of choices to make when it came to deciding which delectable treats we’d be devouring. From shitty street stalls with plastic stools fit for a Prince (a 3 year old prince), to mid level BBQ restaurants and high class high priced International and local cuisines (we avoided). We came to realise over the time that comfort and service is not really a big priority for restaurant owners in Hong Kong. “You eat, 2 people, you sit there, you sit there, meat, rice, soy sauce, pay”. Eating where the locals ate, we never actually got our own table. All well and good except the tables are 1 x 1 and the Chinese love to slurp. “Just think about how good the food is” we remind ourselves.
Cant really complain about that shit though when you’re paying next to nothing for your food and beers. People say HK is expensive, try living in Perth.