Sunday, October 19, 2008


After last night dinner at the GICC which ended at about 11.30 p.m. We went for a walk outside for some fresh air and retired to bed at about 12.30 a.m. Next morning woke up fresh, washed up and took a lift up to the First World Cafe on the 8th floor for the buffet breakfast. The cafe was huge, one section was packed with a potpourri of people. We were ushered to another section, where we selected a table by the window, people were scrambling instead of queuing up for their food-they must be very hungry or they were afraid to miss their tour buses. The cafe have a section for vegetarian too- very considerate. The spread of food are halal either Chinese or Western, and are visually pleasing and yummy. some of the food are cooked live before your eyes. It was a sight to behold watching a chef frying twenty eggs at one time on a square griddle.

A potpourri of people.

Fried vermicelli, chicken sausage and red beans.

Fried eggs, ham and sausage.

Sweet pastry.

We rounded off our meals with a few glasses of orange juice-contemplating what to do next?

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