A visit to visual paradise Bird Garden, Hong Kong

Yuen Po Street Bird Garden is right beside flower market road off of Prince Edward MTR train station.People come to visit this beautiful Chinese garden filled with exotic birds like parrots and cocktail birds. There are also freeing of birds from cages in some shops for tourists and locals not planning to shop for a…

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Kawloon Park and Tsim Sha Tsui

Here is Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, another major hub in Hong Kong where the farries, fancy hotels, stores, and offices are located. Kawloon park is where I started, and moving on the harbour view and Miramar Mall for dinner to finish my day off. tsim sha tsui, hong kong, travel, tripadvisor, kawloon park, kawloon,…

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Flower Market Road, Hong Kong | mpStudio Street Photography

Missing Piece Studio takes you down the must go destination when looking for a tourist friendly market where selling and shopping for flowers are the only focus. Right out of Prince Edward Station MTR train station, house plants and anything gardening related is for sale all year round!   For more on how to get…

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Hong Kong Railway Museum

It must be tiring enough to travel up the hill that got them here the first place, but look at the joy he has when he looks at his child. The father was hauling two huge bags and still completely engaged with his child. He shows him to all the trains and lets go of his…

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Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong

In the streets of Sham Shui Po, you’ll see some of the oldest buildings in Hong Kong. It is also famous for its flea market and street vendors. You may not find the trendiest clothes and newest gears. Rather, you would find parts, Pro audio and visual gears, LED lights, and even used electronics, power…

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Traveling to Mongkok, Hong Kong

Alright, back to photos from the trip! This is the place everyone would go more then once while staying in Hong Kong. The street vendor filled lui yun street, the awesome malls, the trendiest clothes, food, and camera stores! To summarize Mongkok in a nutshell, is almost as hard as describing Hong Kong to someone….

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Tin Hau Hong Kong

A friend of mine told me to try out a “dai pai dong” open-air food stall located in tin hau. I have always walked by that place but never really went inside. What you see is lots of garage and auto shops, with an exception of a few grocery stores and a lot of neat little…

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Banff Johnston Canyon Lower Trail

We scheduled this trip right when the great Alberta flood hit and so we had to cancel until they reopen again. Water wasn’t clear like it should, but we definitely got to see some really cool new things many people may not be able to witness! We arrived really late so we only had time…

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Fishing Trip at Bassano Dam

Bassano /bəˈsænoʊ/ is a town in Alberta, Canada. It is located on the Trans-Canada Highway approximately 140 kilometres (87 mi) east of Calgary and 160 kilometres (99 mi) northwest ofMedicine Hat. It is also on the main line of the Canadian Pacific Railway. A short distance south of the town is the Bassano Dam (originally “Horse Shoe Bend Dam”[3]), which serves as a reservoir for nearby communities and…

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Hong Kong – Next Station is Cetral Sheung Wan

Hollywood Road is a street in Central and Sheung Wan, on Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong. The street runs between Central and Sheung Wan, with Wyndham Street, Arbuthnot Road, Ladder Street, Upper Lascar Row, and Old Bailey Street in the vicinity. Full  flickr Album    

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Cave and Basin National Historic Site

Found a little friend in the bush at #CaveAndBasin #Historic site. Actually I didn’t, some guy ran up to me and told me to take a picture of him lol — at Cave and Basin National Historic Site.   Check out what’s near Banff! See my next page at my trip to Kootenay.  http://missingpiecestudio.com/trail-hike-continental-divide-banff-kooteney-bc-alberta/

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Hike Continental Divide Banff National Park of Alberta and Kooteney National Park of British Columbia

Kooteney BC The sign reads “Continental Divide Altitude 5382ET Above Sea Level”  Atlantic Ocean and Pacific Ocean, Banff National Park of Alberta and Kooteney National Park of British Columbia Anyone know what kind of bird this is? For more of my journey, you can see my flickr page.

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