Saturday night we had dinner at Morton’s Steakhouse. The restaurant is on the 4th floor of the Sheraton in the Tsim Tsa Tsui district in Kowloon. The dinner was very very expensive, but oh so good. I had beef fillet and asparagus and we shared a crème brûlée for dessert. We could also check out the nightly 8pm laser show from the Hong Kong Island buildings (picture). I have no idea how they synchronize the laser beams from three different buildings. Sogo in the foreground is a very nice Japan-based department store.
Next pictures : tiger lily (I think) from Flower Market Street; green parrot or parakeet working its charms with the on-lookers at the Yuen Po Street Bird Garden; entrance to the Hong Kong Museum of Art; painted gray pottery horse from the Han dynasty 206 BC; reflection picture inside the museum; larger-than-life dolls in a store in the Woodlands designer boutique mall in Tsim Tsa Tsui district; scene inside the Mass Transit Railway system – lots of people, internet users can use Google unfiltered in Hong Kong, and a family tending their toddler; electronic bill-board for new Sony-Ericsson phone with 8 Mp camera.
Tomorrow is a holiday, so we will just head back to Dameisha in the morning and prepare for Tuesday’s work sessions. Then there’s Wednesday, and Thursday I get to go home. It feels like a very long time since I’ve been home !