The view from our hotel room. There were times when I'd just stare off into the view, still not believing I was in another country. In the middle of thesis, no less...
My first dessert in HK. It's basically ice cream in mochi and it's soooo good. Ahhh, sweet delights.
One of those breakfast scenarios. These days my breakfasts look nothing like this anymore.
RILAKKUMA!!!!! Doesn't it make you so happy!!!!!!!!!!
This photo is for Terry part 1.
After visiting HK a second time I have come to the conclusion that Gachapons are cheaper there. It doesn't help that the prices over here have hiked up.
I don't know why but the fact that the mannequins had short wigs on made me happy. For some reason they caught my eye more.
It was around Halloween time when I went to HK for the first time. They have such quirky Halloween decors. My favorites were those pumpkins with sunflowers for eyes.
Oh heaven sweet heaven. This bookstore is in the same building as where my mom works so I frequented it a lot during my stay. Even when I went back I was always there, especially in the magazine section.
This photo is for Terry part 2.
I believe this book should belong to me. Do you agree?
I gasped when I saw this. I kindov really want it now especially since I've finally begun playing, but when I did see this last year it was just... well, it was expensive. And I already had a downloaded copy of it at home. But still. The pretty. The Alice.
These leggings, I covet. But they were from I.T. so obviously our relationship was not meant to be.
And then I saw mercibeaucoup and
ALPACA PLUSHIES THAT I REALLY WANTED BUT THEY WERE PRICEY WEEP
One of my favorite things to photograph during my trip was Hong Kong at night. It just felt like I was really in Hong Kong during nighttime, and everything felt more real.
From what I remember, the clothes at Playlord came off rather pricey. Their name's pretty funny though.
To this day I wonder why there are Angry Birds potato chips. Looking back at this picture, however, tells me that these chips look like they are from Korea. All is forgiven. (jk)
At least we found these in the grocery. Purin. Mmm. All the noms in one go.
Thus concludes part 1 of unknown blog posts about my first Hong Kong trip. I have so much backlog that I never seem to post anything on time anymore.