So much for having our first meal right after we land. The flight was delayed 30 mins and we were delayed in the air waiting to land. I made dinner reservations for 9:30 pm, which was accounting for landing a bit early and quickly clearing customs. I had my first scare of the trip before we boarded when the airline attendant asked me if I had a visa to travel to Hong Kong. Hong Kong has special traveling allowance from the US, which only requires a passport. I explained that to the attendant and they had to ask another person to confirm my facts.
We arrived at our hotel close to 11 pm and decided to not not bother looking for a place to eat that late. Instead there was a nearby 7-11 and we were just going to eat some snacks and call it a night. Interestingly, the 7-11 in Hong Kong do offer some light meal choices. You can get ramen, sandwiches, and other quick items. I thought about grabbing a beer, but when I touched the can it was warm. I settled on some chili crab chips, after passing on roasted chicken pringles, and a small isle of packaged pastries. Meh. The chili crab chips were nothing special and now I am up at 3 am local time writing this and feeling the hunger pangs.