There is no place like Hong Kong. I’m probably wrong, actually. I’ve not been anywhere else in East Asia, but DAYUM Hong Kong is the most gorgeous mix of natural beauty, almost unbelievably tall buildings, a massive local art scene, and efficient public transportation. Yeah, I know that last one isn’t too glamorous, but it’s useful for everyone involved. Let me show you how I spent three days in aesthetic heaven.
Strangely enough, I live in Asia again. After about 19 years of living elsewhere, I’m back. Although, I’m not sure I can count living in India/UAE roughly from the ages 0 to 4. Of course, Thailand is completely different from The Motherland. Now that I have had a chance to
make eat my way through the city, I feel like I can compile a small, visual diary of my favorite places to share.
As someone who loves to write and almost always has something to say, I don’t usually let my pictures speak for themselves. This post is going to break that streak. My latest trip to India was the first one where I truly felt relaxed. I was returning after the most life-changing three years. Not because anything drastic happened, but because I just had a lot of growing up to do after my visit in 2012. And I did it. Not saying that I still don’t have more growing to do! Okay, clearly today isn’t the best day for words. I’m drafting personal statements for graduate school applications, so please forgive me. Prose isn’t really my forte right now.