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HAPPY EASTER from the Kitchen @ W Hotel

Last weekend Hong Kongers celebrated Easter, as they always do, with a four-day public holiday!  With no trips planned, I was really looking forward to a long weekend at home… doing absolutely nothing (Hanging out on the sofa, walking the pups, laundry, Spring clean the flat… all sounded pretty heavenly to me).  However, due to a last-minute business trip to Shanghai, the weekend flew by like any other weekend.  However, I did find time to spend Easter day with great friends and A LOT of food.

Long before moving to Hong Kong, I had discovered the breakfast buffet at the Kitchen inside the W Hotel, and ever since it has been my all time favorite breakfast buffet… anywhere.  Even though I have zero complaints with the breakfast, I have always wanted to try their brunch.  But, since this early riser is typically finished with breakfast before 9am, I’ve never been able to wait until 11am for food on Sunday mornings.  But with this past weekend being Easter, a small group of friends and I decided to finally give it a try.  Let me say this, the only thing better than the Kitchen’s breakfast buffet is the Kitchen’s brunch buffet.  WOW!

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I know, RIGHT!?!?!

Despite the large amounts of carbohydrates consumed, the free-flowing… everything may have had something to do with this last picture of the day.

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Hi. Welcome to Hong Kong… according to Ken. Me! I’m a Texas guy that now lives in Hong Kong. I left my life as I knew it, to start a new life. One filled with unfamiliar sites, languages, foods, smells, culture and people. This “leap of faith” is still leaping, but I’m beginning to see the ground beneath me. If you ever wondered what it would be like to pack your bags, say good bye to everyone you know, jump on a plane to another world- then get ready. Here’s a look at life in Hong Kong… according to Ken.

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