Morning Of Hong Kong In June 2014

I woke up and have a quick breakfast so I thought of walking around the hotel to explore the area at the same time. As I roamed around the area, I started to take photos and so I thought it would be a good idea to write a post on Hong Kong in the morning.

Right after breakfast, I saw a long queue, a very long queue, it must have been around at least 8 metres long. I was very curious what they were queueing for. I traced the queue and found they were collecting free newspaper. And I went Huh! Unbelievable!

An Extremely Long Queue
An Extremely Long Queue

And I continued with my exploration …

On the road
On the road

I walked towards Craft Coffee Roaster and stopped by for a cup of warm cappuccino. Sat for a while and took a photo from my seat.

A View from my seat at Craft Coffee Roaster
A View from my seat at Craft Coffee Roaster

As I was walking back, I spotted the hotel, took a photo of the building.

Langham Place
Langham Place

Passed by a school, I saw a teacher standing at the entrance of the school to welcome the children and give opportunity for parent-teacher interaction. I have forgotten what’s school life is about till this scene.

At a school entrance
At a school entrance

The parents were bringing the students to school. Some were independent to go on their on.

Outside a school & Mosaics art
Outside a school & Mosaics art

Saw a market …

Before crossing the road the road, to be back to the side of the hotel, saw a noodle shop stall

Noodle Shop
Noodle Shop

Crossed Argyle Road, saw deliciously roasted meat. It was so tempting to buy some.

On the right of the hotel, there was a spiral stairs, I was keen to climb the stairs to find out what is waiting for me at the second level.

Spiral Stairs, on the right to the hotel
Spiral Stairs, on the right to the hotel

As I was walking towards the stairs, spotted some pretty white flowers.

White Flowers
White Flowers

When I reached the end of the stairs, saw a glass doors, entered and found that it was a Food Centre behind the glass doors.

Not many doors were opened for breakfast, only two were. And it was almost time to end my morning exploration and be back to the hotel to get ready for work.

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NAHMJ

A gal who loves to travel and enjoy great food, who also love to take photos of the food and to share her finds

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