Friday, July 23, 2010

Sunday morning breakfast

Finally after a couple of months getting our beach house organised for us to just go and relax in Mr FH and I were able to start to be holiday-makers last weekend. Trust me I have really enjoyed getting furniture and decorating but now is the time to sit back and enjoy. Last Sunday morning the weather was great so we decided to go to a great little cafe called MOKA - isn't that a great name? - for breakfast.

 How cool is this?  Can you see the refection in the glass??

Could I tempt you with a hot chocolate?

Or how about a steaming flat white? You can see in the background Mr FH is checking the footy results in the paper!!

 Yummy, yummy bacon and eggs with tomato on the of my favourite meals.

This is the view looking out the door from where we were seated......doesn't look much like winter does it?

 I wish I could say that they were our bikes but no we arrived another way..

I wish I could say that we came on one of these too but no.. we came in our trusty farm ute (a small truck) as we had furniture to move.  Never mind I can dream. 

Have a lovely weekend,

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Unknown said...

What a gorgeous way to present a drink, the food looks deelish, the marina/boats look inviting. Have not heard of this restaurant but would enjoy visiting for breakfast.

Have a lovely summer's eve ~
TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon

Beth said...

What delightful, beautiful beverages, Suzy! I want to go someplace like that! When I get a latte or a mocha, the places I frequent serve it in a paper cup with a lid - no art to that! And you're right, it doesn't look like winter. Yours is the kind of winter I could handle.
Great post, Suzy!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen said...

That looks like a lovely place to have breakfast and beautiful harbor!

Greetings from the far north :)

Lynn said...

Beautiful view and breakfast looks yummy-enjoy!

Kristen said...

What a great setting for a breakfast date. Your meal looked delightful, too.

Living In Williamsburg Virginia said...

Yum and the scenery is great too.

Darryl and Ruth : )