At the Tsim Sha Tsui pier. We walked towards the Five Flag poles to see around the place and then...wow McDs! I never had a chance to try the HK version 5 years ago and I was so excited. They're all over the world and whats special is they have customized menu in every region.
Five Flag poles--famous meeting place
(lower left) Twisty Pasta--McDs HK signature meal for US$4.25/set meal
I've been awake for almost 20 hours, luckily, I have my period and I'm in pain (lady monthly pain). We opted to stay at the airport and spend the remaining lay over hours slouching on the waiting area. I already updated my facebook with the help of their super fast internet connection (one of the fastest in the world).
We had our late lunch in a Chinese fastfood--roasted fowl, french toast and a refreshing cup of iced tea!
(above: roasted fowl, below: french toast) wicked fast food--greasy and aromatic!
1800H (epic fail!)
Lay--over! Its time to board the plane for our next destination--Doha Qatar then back to Jeddah Saudi Arabia for work. I haven't had that much in my stop. I do have a checklist which includes going back to the Peak, riding again the trams/ dingdings and try again their delectable local pastries. And since its been in the news nowadays the protest in Central district, I don't want to turn my adventures into mishaps by being late on my expected boarding time. Plus, I had my lovely period, which holds me back. Overall, I did had an astounding experience--can't wait for the next lay over challenge!