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HONG KONG PHOTO DIARY

This was from our HK trip last June. No paragraphs or too much writing, just photos from our short vacation.

This was actually me and my sister’s first out of the country trip.

  • The food was great. Who doesn’t love Chinese food?
  • Trying to communicate with the locals was a bit challenging but manageable.
  • Disneyland was amazing (I literally cried the entire time out of pure joy).
  • Shack Shack was the bomb.
  • I was also able to try Ikea‘s Swedish Meatballs. Overrated. It wasn’t overwhelming. Just whelming.
  • Using the train was hella fun and easy. Commuting in HK was really something else.

Check out the pics below!

My first trip out of the country was memorable. The experience was great. Was it tiring? YES. Was it worth it? HELL YES. Would I do it again? Is that even a question, DEFINITELY.

I also made a previous post on the OOTD’s that I used during this trip, click here if you wanna check that out.

See you guys on the next post!

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HONG KONG OOTDs

I kept it chill.

Decided to whip up some comfy sets of clothes for each day of our stay in Hong Kong (if you were wondering, yes I made a checklist of what I was supposed to wear per day).

DAY 1:

SET 1:

I wanted to go a bit retro with the colors.

(No pic of me wearing this fit coz I forgot to take one, unfortunately)

DAY 2:

SET 2:

  • R2-D2 Tee (Folded & Hung)
  • Track Pants (Penshoppe)
  • Star Wars Socks (Iconic Socks)
  • Adidas Superstars

I had to wear a Disney related shirt. Only right coz we were at Disneyland.

DAY 3:

SET 3:

  • Calle Ropa Tee
  • Gray Sweatshorts
  • White Socks
  • Adidas Superstars

It was shopping day. It had to be something simple and comfortable.

DAY 4:

SET 4:

  • Striped Tee (Aeropostale)
  • Sweatpants
  • Nike Air Presto
  • Retro Reebok Jacket (optional)

I wanted to relax on the trip back to Manila. Sweatpants and a loose shirt was the way to go. The jacket was optional.

Here’s something to remember: Dunks and Superstars are not very good partners when it comes to long walks. Choose something lightweight and has a comfortable cushioning system (I only chose these because I had no problem with them getting dirty).

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