Hong Kong is a fun–if challenging and hamstring-building–city to walk in. There are sudden gardens and parks and winding alleyways, which seem to lead to nowhere, until you stumble upon a open-front cafe with friends gathered around a common table, smoking cigarettes and laughing about their day.
This is an alley adjacent to my hotel. You have to pay attention as you walk the narrow sidewalks, because you might miss a shortcut between streets. Up and to the left is Coffee By Zion on First Street. It’s where I am now for Monday breakfast.