Hong Kong, Travel, UK
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Back from Hong Kong

I’ve had a serious taster of the life of Riley. And I rather enjoyed it.

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Some of you may be aware that back in September, I entered a competition to win a place on a press trip to Hong Kong to celebrate the Hong Kong Wine and Dine Festival, which took place from 27th – 30th October on West Kowloon Waterfront Promenade. I was one of the lucky winners and last week embarked on a 5 day whirlwind tour of the city with three other journalists from The Arbuturian, The Independent and TravelMail.

All through the trip I was pondering how on earth I was going to cram everything that I did into one post. I can’t. So I have come up with a solution. As I have so much to tell, I will be posting a separate piece for each part of the trip – the hotel, the flights (yes, this deserves a post of its own – you’ll soon see why), the restaurants and a host of other weird and wonderful activities to get stuck into in Hong Kong.

Please bear with me – jet lag is still lurking and I’ve got a bout of post ‘holiday’ blues.


    • Food for Think says

      Thank you! I’ve got a lot to talk about and I don’t want to miss anything out so it might be quite a bit of reading! 🙂

    • Food for Think says

      I’m excited to write more – although I’ll be sad as I’ll wish I was still there. Hope you enjoy reading once it’s up.

    • Food for Think says

      Thank you. Oh, I’m so envious of you – you’ll have the best time. I have a few recommendations but it’s also worth asking Hollowlegs who gave me some great ones. I wasn’t able to do much on her list though…

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