Late Dim Sum, seafood village and Sham Shui Po
It’s good to start a dim sum breakfast for a late tour this morning. We began at Eastern District, and here I demonstrated how we Hong Kong locals would rinse the utensils before eating, and would only do it for dim sum but not banquet or dinner. Following the visit to seafood village via ferry ride which would be ending end of the year as the passengers were fewer and fewer especially our subway MTR system already linked to the other side of the peninsular. It’s a pity, when everyone just focused on the Star Ferry crossing the Victoria Harbour, this small ferry run by small operator finally could not stand for the high cost on oil, labour etc but have to give up at the end. In fact, I have been a frequent passenger and used it over 10 years. That was an incident happened as the taxi driver dropped us somewhere near the construction site but we finally find the way to go up to the subway MTR station. We ended with treasure hunting on CD games and cables at Shamshuipo. The clients bought a USB charger, and his boy bought a CD game. A colourful tour today, and we shared our favourite Naruto cartoon together, which surprised the eldest client.
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Dim Sum at T-pot