Friday, July 20, 2012

I'm heading to...

Guess where I'm heading to this morning? Woke up at 6+ this morning to head to the airport and catch the 1st flight to Hong Kong and then to Macau and back to Hong Kong for a full shopping + eating itinerary. The last time I was in HK was about 9 years ago!

Casino will be one of my destination and hopefully I will have some beginner's luck or else I really have to jump from the Macau Tower without the safety harness. Gosh so many casinos and so little time!

I have been deliberating for a month if I should just try their bungee jump from the Macau Tower. To jump or not to jump is not the question. Money is. But then again, paying almost USD400 to jump from a building seemed too expensive. However, that decision is not final. I think it'll depend on how I fared at the casino.


From the 2nd day to the 5th day, I'll be in Hong Kong. I've prepared a whole list of eateries that I wanted to try. I think I'll have 10 meals a day. But I hate queuing up. Life sucks.


A friend asked me if I am MACHO enough to give the stinky beancurd a try? I heard that these beancurd stinks like a sewage and would I put something like that into my mouth?

Why not?

If I can eat 2 Balut eggs on my 1st attempt, why not the stinky tofu?!! 
They seemed so harmless until I smell it from afar.

Wish me luck! (I wanna meet Moses Chan, preez!)


10 comments:

suituapui said...

Have fun!!! Be good...if you can! LOL!!!

Sean said...

here's wishing you plenty of luck at the casino, and yes, i hope you do get to try the bungee jump (i think i would probably chicken out though, since i hate heights) and the stinky tofu (which i haven't managed to eat either, but i'd want to!) :D

Constance Ant said...

MUST try the Portuguese tart in macau!!!

li wei said...

have fun!...stinky tofu is the most delicious rotten tofu to eat..haha

foongpc said...

LOL! Depends on how you fare at the casino, you will jump off the tower? But with or without the harness? Haha!

Anonymous said...

Bf gf alone, better bring protection

A Arthur said...

hi Sweetie, you damn lucky girl, go and shake some money out of Uncle Stanley Ho's pocket, Steve Wynn or Adlai Steverson casinoes, whichever one you gonna go.

In Hong Kong go and find the Wan Tan Meen at Mak Hung Kee, it is in Central. And the Australia Diary Products where they have been selling the steam egg, buns and milk bread for hundreds of years.

I am sure your beau will take you to Yung Kee at Lan Kwai Fong to taste their delicious Roast Goose and other cantonese cuisuine, they are the best in HK.

Have a swinging time there, Sweetie

uncle Lau

A Arthur said...

hi Sweetie, you damn lucky girl, go and shake some money out of Uncle Stanley Ho's pocket, Steve Wynn or Adlai Steverson casinoes, whichever one you gonna go.

In Hong Kong go and find the Wan Tan Meen at Mak Hung Kee, it is in Central. And the Australia Diary Products where they have been selling the steam egg, buns and milk bread for hundreds of years.

I am sure your beau will take you to Yung Kee at Lan Kwai Fong to taste their delicious Roast Goose and other cantonese cuisuine, they are the best in HK.

Have a swinging time there, Sweetie

uncle Lau

KY said...

when are u in HK? can help me buy thingssssss? but expensive thingsssss!!!

eiling lim said...

STP: Thanks!

Sean: The funny thing is, in the end, I didn't do any of those!

Constance Ann: That I did!!

Liwei: I know.. but funny I didn't manage to try it this trip.

Foongpc: In the end, I didn't!

Uncle Lau: Thanks! In the end, I didn't do all those. But I managed to try the steamed milk but not from the outlet you mentioned. It's another outlet and they do taste very good as well.

KY: sorry ah i got your message too late

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