Leaving Hong Kong

It was time to pack up and leave Hong Kong. I had such a great time in this vibrant city. It was hectic, crowded, historic, delicious, and absolutely exhilarating! I had a wonderful time in Macau too.

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Good Morning

I flagged down a taxi and made my way to Hong Kong International Airport.

Hong Kong International Airport

I still had a couple hours before I had to board my flight. I took a walk around the food court to see the options. It was still early so a few places weren’t open yet. I decided to try Tsui Wah Eatery.

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Tsui Wah Eatery

Located in Terminal 1, Departures Level L7,  the fast food-style Hong Kong eatery serves milk tea, crispy buns, soups, and other local dishes.

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Terminal 1

I ordered at the counter, paid, and waited for my food.

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Breakfast Menu

I ordered Breakfast Combo B which included hot tea, scallion scrambled eggs, a buttered crispy bun, and satay beef with instant noodles.

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Breakfast Combo B

I wasn’t expecting much, but it was all pretty damn good. It was a hearty comforting meal.

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Crispy Bun and Eggs
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Satay Beef Soup

After breakfast I walked over to the gate. It was time to board.


I flew All Nippon Airways (ANA) which is the largest airline in Japan.


Goodbye, Hong Kong! The flight was estimated to be around 4 hours.

Goodbye, Hong Kong!

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We were served a snack and hot meal. I really liked the snack mix.

Snack Time

The in-flight meal was gyudon – simmered beef and onions over rice. The sides included fruit, a cold salad with ham, and noodles that came with a packet of sauce and roasted seaweed. I tried some of it, but wasn’t very hungry. I just wanted to relax and listen to some music.

In-Flight Meal

I couldn’t believe that I was finally going to Japan! See you soon, Tokyo!!!


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