Top, shorts and sneakers: local stores// Jacket: Tom Tailor (vintage)// Backpack: The Gift Shop
So, I think I told you gals that I was going on a mini-holiday to HK for a little R&R. Well, that's what I got. Two days without any plans or responsibilities. We were free to eat ramen at 12a.m (waited in line for an hour for that damn ramen noodles), go shoe-shopping in the famous sneaker street, and walk aimlessly around with just Google Maps to guide us.
Did you ever go on a trip where one place is the only thing you can think about? How different Stanley Street looked from the Hong Kong we were accustomed to made it such a formidable presence in my mind. I don't remember much the feverish sale shopping or the usual concrete streets and alleyways of the city, but this little seaside town sticks out in my memory. Actually, we had no idea what would be there when we decided to go. I remember seeing it on TV with Leon the last time we were in HK and saying, let's go there someday. For all I know it wasn't that pretty. Well it was, like a lost, picturesque town in the middle of HK nowhere.
Also above, some pictures from our hotel, Hotel Lan Kwai Fong. While it didn't have much difference from other hotels I've been to, one thing did register with me, and that was the awesome viewing window, complete with a little coffee table for your morning relalxation needs. I am so copying this if I get a house, hopefully I can get a great view too =)
Anyways, of course I always have time for a little shopping too. Expect a lot of barely there crops and bright bottoms for the next post (yep, an actual haul post after all this time coming up!) so I'll see you soon?
Oh, and where are you going this summer? Let me know!