That’s that for Hong Kong. Which means it’s photo time.
I really don’t understand why jian bing — an eggy, savoury crepe — isn’t a bigger deal. It’s delicious. This version wasn’t quite as good as the ones I at in Shanghai, but it was still really good.
A lot of Hong Kong is very endearingly run-down.
This doesn’t seem super sanitary, but it’s adorable, so I’ll allow it.
The Hong Kong skyline is quite dramatic.
There was a Pixar exhibit at one of the museums here, and it was just as delightful as you’d hope it would be.
This is at the Chi Lin Nunnery in Hong Kong. Quite impressive.
I wasn’t about to go to Hong Kong without having a Hong Kong style waffle. What am I, a maniac?
Yeah, it was quite tasty.
This amazing bowl of brisket and noodles (yeah, there are noodles under that pile of meat) from Kau Kee is where it’s at.
This is inside Man Mo temple, the oldest temple in Hong Kong. There was so much smoky incense in here that I would up smelling like a BBQ restaurant for the rest of the day.