臥茶葉 藏咖啡豆 Crouching Leaf, Hidden Bean [ CLICK ME FOR AMBIANCE ] [video=youtube;hzzhBjjTSTs]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hzzhBjjTSTs[/video] [ LOOK AT ME FOR MOAR AMBIANCE ] Spoiler (Move your mouse to the spoiler area to reveal the content) Show Spoiler Hide Spoiler The cloud defused morning light shone down on a busy little town in Hong Kong. The clear, shallow rivers separating the commercial plazas sparkled softly in the light, the fish swimming just beneath their surface looked particularly happy... if only knowing they survived yesterday's fishing. The wet market had just started to open; gruff old men occasionally peered over their newspapers as they sat beside boxes of freshly butchered meats and all manner of sea life kept in aerated tanks while equally old women stood by their vegetable and fruit stands trying to cajole young mothers to buy from them if they wanted big, strong children. The smells of the wet market rising and wafting through the air accompanied the clatter of storefronts being swept, outside dining tables and chairs being set up and the mechanical cacophony of machines made to make running a business easier starting up for a new day. Delivery boys clothed in dingy white uniforms with the ubiquitous towel slung over their shoulder and riding in small, three-wheeled vans whirred past patrons and sellers alike, giving them whiffs of the mystery contents inside. And then... The people who were busily setting up their wares stood stock still for a moment. It was if there was something in the air that alerted them to oncoming danger, much in the same way when rabbits and deers use their ears to listen for threats after hearing the snap of a twig. They were right to take notice since the aromatic scents of the local coffee shop and tea house began to creep into the air. The fragrance gently tweaked the noses of all those who were near, triggering memories of being cozy, being with loved ones and the simple delights of a delicious beverage on hand while simultaneously triggering memories of ducking for cover from flying pots and steaming liquids... The Dancing Horse café and Falcon & Pine tea house were open for business. The weatherman said it was going to be a wonderful day. But it wouldn't be long before the employees of both stores would begin to show up for work. The morning started off so well too.