這個世界是否真的有這種love disabled ?
l’amour, mes amants, mon amour, aimer.
l’impossibilité d’aimer dans notre temps.
我 們 時 代 的 愛 無 能。
— My Little Airport «Love Disabled»
I Heart Hong Kong
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1. A random food stall in Cheung Chau
2. Green Tea Latte from Via Rainbow Café
3. Huge huge super huge fishballs
4. Fried Banana
-Didnt take a photo of the mango mochis but theyre so good and defo a must-eat!
Cheung Chau, Hong Kong
Spent a day in Cheung Chau- Cheung Chau is a small island in Hong Kong, around 35mins from Central by high-speed ferries.
The weather was so gloomy:( but my friend and i managed to have some happy food hunting and biking.
I particularly love the fishballs and mango mochi here in Cheung Chau, they are huge-roughly the size of my palm! Definitely a must-try in the island!
Amber Fort, India 2013
10 Sept 2013 - 17 Sept 2013 Trip to India
(My post-travelling feelings written earlier after my trip to India back in September)
Exotic. Vibrant. Diversity.
I can’t believe what I have seen with my own eyes in the past week. India is an amazing place with a unique culture and very friendly people. The Architecture is breathtaking. And of course, Taj Mahal is definitely worth mentioning. I’m glad that it is still listed as one of the 7 wonders in the world. Taj Mahal is not the only great architecture in India though, there are many others that have been listed as cultural heritage, and they all left me in awe.
India is very much different from what I’ve expected. With India being one of the BRICS countries, I thought India would be a developing continent and a country that is emerging vigorously. True. Parts of India are very well developed with modern shopping malls. However, as a whole, I would take it as a no. The disparity between the rich and the poor is indeed great. What lies behind is a very corrupted government. Slums that we’ve seen in Slumdog Millionaire is everywhere. I can hardly forget the poor young beggars running after tourists in bare feet asking for food and money, with numerous wounds all over their palms and legs. You can hardly imagine the poor living standard that they are having. The widest smile on a 3-year-old kid when I gave him a big box of biscuit- I would never forget that.
I won’t say India is an emerging BRIC. People, like me, may have an impression that India is a developing country, with an improving economy, an improving living standard. That’s not true. Poverty in India is widespread.
The past week may be a tough one but it’s definitely worth it, and I’ve enjoyed every moment of it. (apart from the heart-breaking moments whenever I see poor kids along the streets.. and dogs. too many dogs.)
India is definitely a must-go continent.
Panoramas of Reykjavik, Iceland 2014
Sheikh Zayed Mosque, Abu Dhabi
Taken in 2013 • I personally think this is way prettier than Taj Mahal!
Casa Milà, Barcelona
Taken in 2012 • The last work designed by Gaudi - Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO
Boba Bear Soho, Hong Kong
• New shisha place in Soho, Central!
French Afternoon Tea Set @ Hotel ICON, Hong Kong
hola Hong Kong!
7 Village Noodle House
Penang Day 4 - 09082014
Woooop our last day here.
We didnt do much today since we have to fly at 12pm.
The morning in Penang is dead quiet- most shops and restaurants are closed.
We walked around and came to the only restaurant that is opened on the whole street- 7 Village Noodle House.
We ordered a 7-Village GuoTiaoTang (Soup noodle), Lo gan and curry-dipped dragon ball. The noodle is average and the dragon ball is similar to curry fishballs. I quite like the Lo gan which has a crispy wrapping with seasoned meat inside.
With a bloated tummy, thats the end of our trip:( Teksi-ing to the airport now booooo.