I hope everyone had a safe and happy holiday. I’m not sure what to expect from 2019. I know a big international move is on the horizon for my family and I. I’ve done them many times, you’d think I’d get used to them. I don’t think you ever get used to packing up all your belongings and saying goodbyes. At least I’ll have new doors to discover!
Looking for doors is a wonderful excuse to visit places I’ve not been to. Hong Kong has so many faces. I’ve lived here off and on for over ten years and am still discovering new parts (or rediscovering). Before Christmas, I created a post from the Wan Chai area, located on the main Hong Kong Island. I had spent seven hours at HK immigration sorting out my visa. When I finished, I went looking for doors to lift my mood.
The doors that follow were taken on that same day. While walking around in Wan Chai, this restored heritage building caught my eye.
It was built in 1888.
Now, it houses “The Pawn,” a restaurant, of British cuisine, and bar laid out on two of the four floors.
Hope the beginning of your 2019 is a good one!
This post is inspired by Thursday Doors, created by Norm Frampton. For more doors from all around the globe, check it out.