I’ve finally arrived in London and it’s been two whole days since I’ve landed. It was really quick getting out of the airport, since all I had was carry-on. I had a bus booked for 11:10 AM but ended up waiting almost an entire hour for my pick-up time. And since it is London, it was raining hard yesterday. My bus ride that normally takes an hour to get into town took an extra 40 minutes because of debris and car accidents on the highway. Luckily it worked out. I had to meet up with a friend to get his keys to his place so I could settle in. He was running a bit late but we ended up arriving at the same time.
If you find this post, either you’re searching on the web for cheap places to eat in Hong Kong, or trying to find out how cheap it really is. In my opinion, I found this comment to be one of the biggest disappointments before arriving in Hong Kong for the first time in the summer of 2009. This isn’t to say you can’t “find” cheap food in Hong Kong, however don’t expect too much, because in the end you get what you pay for. However, I have to say Hong Kong truly is a food paradise. In this article, I’ll try breaking down my foodie experience in Hong Kong.