So I took the E34 Airport bus to pick up my sis Mandy who just had a very long distance flight from Holland, Germany, Beijing and finally arriving at Hong Kong. It was around eight o’clock in the eve so I suggested to have something to eat at the airport. And yea it is the Mei Sum restaurant which was also shown in my vlog here:
It was fun immediately at the Mei Sum airport wok/restaurant where we had a small dinner.
and then she suddenly asked me, hey look over there, it is not allowed to bring meat into the plane right? So how can they say like roast goose perfect for inflight and when I saw the logo, it remind me of KLM which is symbolized by the swan. It was soo funny the Chinese translation for the name and how they sell it like perfect to consume inflight XD you have to check this pic out . .
in the E34 bus back home there was a stewardess sitting next to us, and she was like having fun all the way with her iphone . . but then I noticed that she is trying to withhold a laughter all the time. I really wanted to ask her what’s so funny. Even Mandy noticed when I told her in Dutch to check it out. So before we get out the bus I was looking at here and kinda with an asking expression and she was almost laughing! Then we get out the bus and she was looking back at me and so we waved our hand haha
You know, when I arrived in Hong Kong months ago I was standing next to a stewardess. and she was a bit different type I think, by the way she behaved. She bumped up to me a few times and was standing in a funny way with her luggage and had a noticing phone conversation even another co passenger was nodding her head. Well, it was long time ago, but the thing is that a few weeks later she was sitting next to me in the bus haha, what a coincidence. So lots of things seems to be very happening by chance after I have arrived in Hong Kong and especially my Wudang trip I met lot of people and some very interesting stories. That I tell you later, for now, some examples during my stay in Hong Kong. I went to a sushi restaurant 1 month ago and there I met the HSI uncle, that’s his nick for now. Somehow we started a conversation about sushi, ah, I asked him why he didn’t go the the sushi restaurant at the corner and if he was afraid of the radiation, because that time it was on the news everyday here in Hong Kong. So we had a chat and then also talked about Hong Kong economy, stocks and Hang Seng Index and he said; let me tell you what, as I won’t see you again, just check out the HSI then he told me his expectations. And guess what, I went to Wudang mountain and now after a month I went to the same sushi restaurant for the second time and yup.. I met the HSI uncle again haha
Things are so likely planned to happen since my Journey to the East.
Even the day I’m back in Hong Kong, I went to my Wingchun academy, in the bus I met an old man, he said to me: So you are learning Wingchun right, then he give me a wise word. I still remember when he got out the bus he looked back and again remind me of the word he told me. Then at the Nathan road a woman handing out leaflets said hey you’re that guy, and so I stopped and looked back. Aha, this was the lady which I met few months ago, back then I was looking for my Wingchun master, and asked her how to walk and so I had a talk for what company she was handing out. She even still remembers that I’m from Holland! So there are many more stories, some are really funny..
We walked into a clothes shop and it is so that I been there for 3 times and each time I had very clumsy ice-scream with me :p so the girl recognizes me and of course my trademark tail, so we had a talk with the friendly staff,. and yess then they asked why I always buys the expensive ice-scream in this particular ice-cream salon. So I answered in Cantonese, because I like their big ‘po’ instead of ‘kaw’ 球. it is the same fault i made last year in a clothing store with yalen.. So Mandy was having a laughter and it was oh so funny yea
Ps. ‘Po’ = ball but also means boobies and ‘kaw’ is more user friendly and mostly used for ice-scream as I know. So it is how many ‘kaw’ do you want? Yea like that.
Upcoming next blog: My Wudang Mountain experiences and trying to upload some vlog too 🙂
Btw. this is a really really delicious dessert! Made up of milk, soya, sugar and that’s all I know haha!
Left = Double layer milk Right = Dan tan (that’s how my sihing is saying it :P)
First time I tried it and I love it, went 3 more days after the Wingchun lessons I had and took away for home too haha