Looking out at my Hong Kong harbour view with grey hazy skies it didn't seem too appealing for my planned walk. So headed to Starbucks for a coffee and pastry to work out a plan of action. Fed and watered I headed towards Hong Kong Park. Exploring a number of shops on the way. HK Park is one of a few areas of greenery within the city area. It houses a large netted aviary named after Edward Youde. Unusual pigeons swoop just above your head, strange squarks echo around you. Situated on the edge of the park is Cotton Tree Drive Registry Office. I was just in time to see a newly married young couple appear and have their photos taken in the park. As if my magic the sun appears for a short time.The warmth feels good. Next a quick sandwich and a brisk walk back to Hennessy Road to get the tram to Causeway Bay before I fall asleep. Transport runs so efficiently here no delays, all very straight forward. I browse the many shops around the area. It's so busy and hectic, so I head out to Victoria Park for a leisurely stroll. I meet a man walking backwards and an area signed 'Laughing Corner'! Just before I left the park I meet these three very friendly gentlemen having their afternoon catch up. They seemed very happy for me to take their photo. It's been a tiring day in Hong Kong.