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On Day 34 of our Round The World Trip for food we flew from New York City to Hong Kong for the final destination of our trip. We flew on United Airlines again, and it was a long direct flight straight to Hong Kong!
2:23 Hot dog - Something I hadn’t eaten in New York City so far was a hot dog, which is one of the most iconic foods in all of New York City. So although it wasn’t the ideal place to eat a hot dog and the price was expensive, I just decided to go for it. It was a little bland, but that’s the classic New York City street food.
4:29 United Airlines from Newark Liberty Airport to Hong Kong on business class - We got all checked into our flight successfully and then boarded the airplane en-route to Hong Kong. For our first meal on the flight I had short rib, which was one of the best pieces of meat I’ve ever had on any airplane flight ever.
12:29 Arrival to Hong Kong - I had an excellent flight with United Airlines. The food and service for business class were both fantastic. The boneless short rib was the highlight of the flight. Since Ying wasn’t feeling very good, we decided to just take a taxi directly to our hotel in Hong Kong.
13:45 JW Marriott Hong Kong - We got all checked into the JW Marriott in Hong Kong, our room was really nice, and we had a pretty decent view as well. Since it was already getting late and both Ying and I were extremely tired, we called it a day there.
But get ready for the full out Hong Kong food tour on the next video!
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Thank you to Star Alliance and their Round The World tickets (http://www.staralliance.com/en/round-the-world) for sponsoring my business class flights.
Thank you to JW Marriott Hong Kong for sponsoring my hotel stay.
I personally paid for all food and attractions in this video, and I decided what to do and where to eat.
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I think the law changed where all vendors in the city now have to show listed prices. Which is the way it should be. Never goto a vendor that doesn't have prices listed. I go back to NYC every year and it seems like all or most vendors have the prices listed.
I just love watch Mark, his wife and child go on their incredible food journeys. Marks love of food and great upbeat personality brings me back for more and more. Mark has a remarkable knowledge of food and the country's that he visits, keep your incredible journey and bring us such amazing content.
Ok now for any tourist reading this never ever buy hotdogs from street vendors or carts it is very unhygienic the locals dont even eat it the arabs and Greeks selling it are assholes they sell you rotten meat you could find a dead worm after you bite through your hot dog or the meat could be green and slimy or stiff as a cardboard so do yourself a favor just dont do it if you must eat a hotdog go to specialty places like papaya dog even go inside Penn station there are restaurants that sell hotdogs if you buy from the street cart you are going to get sick I promise you mark was just playing up to the camera if you come to USA and you are not sure where to eat just search on Yelp there are lots of truthful and helpful info on yelp
Mark, you guys are really amazing. Watching from South Africa. The only problem is every time I watch your videos I get hungry, Since I joined your channel I picked up 9kg aahahahahah, thanks for your amazing fun vids.
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