Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Breathing in Hong Kong

Days are getting shorter, leaves are starting to fall from the trees
and my legs are getting wrapped up again in leggings and tights.
Outside it is raining like cat and dogs. Weather like this makes
you want to tuck yourself in with a great book, watch movies
 and series with a nice cup mug of tea.

For myself, I'm looking back in my photo's of my
holiday in Hong Kong this summer, where nostalgia kicks
in this point. I miss my family and the food the most.

(And thanks for the sweet encouraging comments you guys!!)

Crazy delicious looking cake! 


I've purchased a lottery ticket with horse racing, hoping to win the jackpot. Didn't win, boohoooo

An amáááázing mall with topbrands in outlet. 

 Looks like mold but its actually a delicious greenbean butter bread! 

This is what I ate on my first day in Hong Kong. For those who never been to HK, I totally recommend the 'milktea in Hong Kong style' its so good! 

Of course its normal to wear an Arale Norimaki hat. 

Girl in cosplay. 


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36 comments :

  1. I am seriously craving some milk tea HK style now, even with all the deliciousness in LA

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  2. Hk bakeries are the best haha! Or asian bakkeries haha n_n. Omg ik dacht echt dat het schimmel was! Ik wil weer naar hk :(

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  3. Yummy yummy delicious! haha
    In HK heb ik nog nooit iemand in Cosplay gezien.. zeg maar random op straat. Wel in shibuya style. En hk style milk tea is zooo lekker. Die kopjes zijn echt klassiekers haha

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  4. I loved the description on top of this post! It could be in a poetry book! Loved it soooooo much. It made me feel good and somehow I didn't mind anymore that it's becoming autumn! Besides that I loved the pictures (I still love) and it's always fun to look back at journeys and holidays spend wonderfully ^-^

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  5. Aahh girl in cosplay ziet er cute uit. Is dat Tja Leung ofzo (naast je noodles)? Looks sooooo good!

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  6. YUMMMMYYYYY food!! You make me miss HK so much more :(

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  7. Aww looking at your pictures makes me miss HK so much....I haven't been back since 2000. I'm itching to visit again.

    Those cakes in the first picture look so yummy! So does that jelly(?) thing shaped like a flower :)

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  8. Woah, those cakes in the first picture look amazing! Once again your Hong Kong photos are making me extremely hungry, haha.

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  9. all these food images are making me super hungry!! :D

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  10. hong kong!! id like to visit there one day. you have family there??

    xoxo Sarah (xlicious girl)
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  11. love city gate outlets. fun photos as always c:

    à la foliee

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  12. Thanks for your lovely words on my last post!
    I also enjoy looking at these, your photography is always so nice!

    Have a great day,
    -Kati

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  13. Wah. More delicious food as always. xD Like 'TheMadTwins' said, the description for this post was really poetic.

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  14. Damn, food looks quite awesome and delish! Those cakes aaah, I wanna have a bite of it as it looks really perfect! :)
    I know that feeling of homesickness. Miss VN that much, too.

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  15. The cake is so cute and looks delicious :D

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  16. I really really have to visit Hong Kong one day. And to see all the delicious food makes me more to visit all that places!
    Yuna

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  17. wish I could visit HK right now T.T

    visit mine whenever you had a chance :D

    stay fab,
    Miss Aa

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  18. hope you had a great day in Hong Kong, i live in Hong Kong anyway :)
    would you mind to follow each other? :)

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  19. Nice pictures, the food looks so weird ! :o
    Sara,
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  20. i see you enjoy hong kong very much, didn't you? because i know i did, i still do. sigh. these pictures make me want to live in HK :( now i miss my HK trip. i can't get enough of hong kong..
    ah, the greenbean butter bread looks so interesting! never came across that in hk... ugh, wonder why.

    naichaaaaaa <3 best naicha everrr~ naichaaa *dead* haha
    which part of hong kong is this? the new territories? i remember going to hk during new year and there were so many of them locals who dress up like anime characters or just doing japanese street fashion...that was awesome, really cool ;o;

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  21. omg the cakes look soooo delicious :D looks like your having a wonderful time in hong kong! :) btw thanks for your sweet comment!! :) I'm knitting like a halter top using cording, yarn and rubber bands :D

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  22. You're so lucky! I love Hong Kong :)
    Milk tea in HK is amazingggg!

    xx
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  23. Love your pics!!!! <3


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  24. looks so much fun, and haha that DOES look like mold! I'm sure it is delicious though. and the hat with wings look really fun!

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  25. It's so nice to look back at photos, and I hope you get the chance to visit again! Loved your photos of Hong Kong, so wonderful! :)

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  26. Great post! Totally love the photos :)

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  27. nice big mug of tea sounds so good right now. and is that a random cosplayer in the street? :)

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  28. Love Hong Kong so much!
    I'm saving money right now and hope to go next summer :)
    Thos cakies looks so yum <3

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  29. i absolutely love and miss hk. so many cute, yummy food

    yukluistyle

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  30. The cakes look so good! Did you get a chance to try them? I love the presentation of food in Asia. I second the notion that hong kong milk tea is a must try, I have it here regularly too but it's sooo good in hk too. Whats the rose jelly looking thing? Is it jello? I actually really miss being able to get ice milk tea at mcdonalds everywhere >< Oh citygate malls! I went there too, did you go on the way to the big buddha?

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  31. Those cake! *drools*

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  32. Those cakes are too cute to be eaten! ><

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