Leveling Up

As you have noticed, my posts on this blog are kinda infrequent. I admit, I am avoiding to blog because I was thinking of giving up blogging until today when I learned that this blog gained PR2. At some point I realized, someone is reading this blog. I hope I was able to translate into words and share my experiences to your satisfaction and somehow made difference in your daily lives.

Up there, Tian Tan Buddha statue, Hong Kong

Rest assured that I'll continue writing small and big things that I think relevant to my life...and maybe to yours. Thank you for following my stories of the road. Allow me to introduce my other blogs and interest in food (The Cuisineuer) and travel (Gest to Utopia).

Healthy Breakfast at Dorsett Hotel

We were billeted at Dorsett Hotel while in Hongkong. The 2nd day of our stay was the busiest. We planned to join the city tour in the morning. Then, ride a cable car going to Ngong Ping 360  to see the Tian Tan Buddha statue in the afternoon and we ended the day at Disneyland Hotel where I hosted my birthday dinner. With busiest itinerary ahead of us, I knew I need a nutritious breakfast. I dont want to intake more heavy meal because I knew we'll be having a big photoshoot, and I don't want to see photos with bulging stomach, eeww! 

Breakfast was buffet, offers an abundant selection of foodies featuring asian and american cuisine. Cereals, cofee, bread, noodles, sausages, siomai, steamed and fresh veggies and wide array of fruits and to make our own salad. Although the wide selection of food was really tempting, I controlled myself and I  made my salad with ample of peaches instead. yum!