In the morning, second day of our Hong Kong trip, we had breakfast again at the food place again, which was below the hotel were we had our dinner… ushered the folks down from the hotel room towards the lift then to the food place by about 9+pm… i had the pork and century porridge with some chee cheong fun and hot lemon water…the pork in the porridge was streaded thinly like threads… adding a little pepper made the porridge taste better…

After breakfast, we met up with our Aunt outside the hotel for her to bring us to my Mum’s uncle’s house which was near by… we took a short mini bus ride, walked passed a short distance of below-housing shops, walked into a few lifts and we had reached the house of the Great Uncle… the house was a one room flat, which was quite small in size… they had served us tea…

Next, we went to our Aunt’s house… just a short distance away, a few turns, we reached her house… her house is about 2 times bigger than the Great Uncle’s house, despite they do not have walls… her served us dessert… white fungus with lotus seed and red date…

Moving on, we headed out to our next Great Uncle’s house… which is slightly further away… so we took bus, yet again…i had noticed that there were steep stairs built on the side of the mountain which is usually blocked off… we met up with the Great Uncle outside of the building and he brought us in… we followed him through the car park and into the lift to his house… the house was the size of a 4 room flat… and it is a 4 room flat…

After some chatting, our Great Aunt brought us to a next building chinese restaurant to have Dim Sum for late lunch…i had the prawn dumpling (delicious…), beancurd roll (quite crispy…), fried rice (taste quite normal…), fried steam cake (which i am eating for the first time…), ha gao (juicy…), siew mai (juicy as well…), fried chive dumpling (very crispy and not oily tasting at all…), some sort of steamed dish (crabstick with mushroom, cucumber and chicken… the chicken was extremely soft…), carrot cake (with small prawns…) and mini xiao long bao (not that nice to eat thou… no juicy…)…

We parted our way at the bus stop outside the shopping mall of some sort that we ate… took the bus to Tsim Sha Tsui interchange despite we were told by our Uncle that it goes to nearby the Science Museum that we are bring our Brother… After some checking out at the interchange, we found the right bus that took us to the road opposite the museum…

We left our Grandmothers, Brother and Aunt at the Science Museum and my Mum, Sister and i left for the streets… We first went to Granville Road (gone into mainly, Sasa, Bossini Outlet…), near the Museum, then to Bowring Street (mainly stalls…)… then on to Canton Road (Jade Street, which operates main in the morning and closes in the evening, so it had close when we got there…)… so moved to Temple Street (also with the stalls)… to Market Street (the sex items seems to appear mainly here around the area with the fortune tellers…)…

At the end of the Temple Street, we headed out to Yau Ma Tei MTR, nearby, we had our dinner at about 9+pm… i had dried beef hor fun, Sister had beef curry and Mum had spicy pork & beef noodle soup… she was not able to finish it because it cause numbness when eating the noodle…

After the dinner, our Aunt had brought the others back to the hotel… we had continued to walk towards Dundas Street (nothing much to see there… just shops…)… we cut across towards Sai Yeung Choi Street South (just shops…)… after the eSpirit outlet, we cut to the next street Tung Choi Street, which was Ladies’ Market… we spent most of our time walking  of what was the remaining of the shops there before they close at 11.30+pm… i had bought a shirt, some chinese coins, a feng shui compass, a leather book and a old small suitcase for Elljay… i was still searching for more items for others thou… but seems to have nothing much else suitable…

We had the dessert at the dessert shop near the Mong Kok MTR… then we took the MTR back to Tsing Yi, then a taxi back to the hotel…

Seems that we had not finish walking the Ladies’ Market because it stretches very long… we had missed the Symphony of Lights, which is a daily thing at the pier at 8Pm at night… but i think it’s not really that important anyways…

At the end of the day, when i had turned off the laptop that i brought to Hong Kong for saving the pictures and to type the entry, i had forgotten to mention that at this point of time, against what i had said yesterday, the weather in Hong Kong is much cooler than Singapore in the way that people have to wear jacket to survive the coldness… i had only tuck my hands in my pocket… so it’s ok for me i think… despite me wearing only think clothes… but i think i should look for gloves and a winter hat… it will help…