Australia Diary Breakfast Set ($32) for the both of us. Queued for about 30mins before we got seats inside. Their scrambled eggs are really good, though i thought my last visit here was much better. The portion of eggs seems a little "little" to me!
Nonetheless it still draws so much crowd in the early mornings.
Ferry ride was about 20mins or so. Waters were quite choppy!!
i simply can't imagine if we had to do it as a family...with 2 toddlers, even with the aid of a stroller!!!
The hike was up and down....steep and rough. Along the way, there were many look out points to take pictures of the power station, water bay and greenery. It was a refreshing change from the hustle and bustle of the cityscape in Hong Kong.
i thoroughly enjoyed it. especially my rest stop at the top with a stick of pineapple! ($15)
bought a plastic container of Silver fish with pepper salt for my family.
aaahhh! im going crazy with the hongkong heat!!!
me enjoying my pineapple stick
after the 1 hour plus hike, we treated ourselves to seafood!!!
Ate at Rainbow Seafood. Clams, razor clams, calamari and a plate of veggies.
above: hubs in the queue...right at the end in black.
this egg waffle stall recommended by Michelin.
dinner: Mak's wanton noodles and braised pork trotters.
Elephant ice cream in Ramune flavour and charcoal cone ($46)
supper: curry fishballs, Asahi Beer and stinky tofu!!!