Though Winter has always been picturesque, I’ve never been more happy to see the sun come up everyday. The blues are slowly fading.
With every new place I visit, I always try and take photos of certain things I find interesting during my city walk. Here are a couple from Hong Kong.
I just adore the buildings in Hong Kong! They’re old, dirty, compact and weirdly colorful. I felt like I was in an Asian Kung Fu movie and Jackie Chan was just going to jump out of a building and do some crazy stunts.
Asian souvenirs are the best and this stall near one of the temples (I forgot which one) is a good place to buy from. You’ll find really nice postcards, posters, Buddha beads and other things you might want to give out to your friends.
During my trip to Baguio, I decided to visit the Bell Church located along the road leading to Benguet. Before going inside, I saw this family on the way to the market to sell meat. I think most people would say that this is a very provincial thing to do. It’s not a good example of “urban”. However, who’s to say this isn’t the norm in their city? Urban is after all just the characteristics of a city.