After eating Roost Goose Drumstick from Yung Kee, I never forget the delicious dish so even on the last moment at the Airport before leaving Hong Kong, I chanced upon Maxim Food Square and there is Roost Goose hanging in the counter. Without thinking, I asked for Roost Goose rice and upgraded it to Drumstick with extra cost....Ymmmy
The chinese words translated to english is "Maxim Airport Roost Goose"
Is not as good as Yung Kee but is very nice as well...especially the fats!!!
I tried a few egg waffles in Hong Kong from Mongkok to Tai O..This is the best I have tried for this trip...I did not get to find the old man egg waffles in Tai O this time.. Maybe for next trip and see if it is better than this.....crispy and nice...a must try
After 3 years of running, covered 1391km of running, including 100km in the last Twilight Ultra Challenge. got no choice but to retired this as the glue can no longer hold the fabric upper and the rubber Vibram sole together. I failed to keep this running until my target of 1500km. But this is already long enough compared to "normal" running shoes.
I got this at about SGD$90 from REI.com. My friend at that time was based in US and got this back for me when he is back for his vacation.
So retired one, got to get one new pair out of the box to replace this.
The glue failed.....
And there is still no holes on the soles and the NIKEs are still intact
Got this new pair of orange grey as the replacement
At the back is the elastic band which is adjustable
Got to cut this useless thing away
This is better
Got to cut a groove on the heel rubber
A groove like this is nice
This is to enable it to bend back easily
The original is too hard to bend back, this will add pressure to the achilles tendon during long run