Hong Kong was always so ridiculously hot. It even went up to 36 degrees at one point. I had problems with immigration for the first few days (had to queue up at the government office at 6.30am), and then my mum fell sick after or several days, but it was an experience.
I did alot of shopping though.
Sasa in Sheung Shui
I spent alot of time in Mong Kok. I thought I would show you my outfits. I didn't take many outfit photos :(
Outfit: Shoes/Top/Vest/Bag: Hong Kong, Shorts: Marks and Spencer
outfit: everything bought in HK
Outfit: Vest/bag: Hong Kong, Skirt: Marks and Spencers
I really love my hair in high buns, but I got my hair cut, seriously never going to get my hair cut again when there is a language barrier. I wanted a trim just a cm or 2 off and he took around 7cm off :/ and then thinned my hair, I hate my hair being thinned out. I want my hair back to this length. I was really upset, he had caught my ear piercing aswell in his comb and tugged on it really hard when it was freshly pierced. It was honestly the worst experience.
Outfit: everything from Hong Kong.
I'm an XL in HK clothing. It's kinda depressing since I fit most M clothes in UK. It was kinda a shock when shop keepers would exclaim why am I looking at such small clothes for myself... whilst I was over there I had lost weight too.
I was really happy to go back to Hui Lan Shan and have my favourite Watermelon and Aloe drink.
I alos bought some awesome shoes.
So the past couple of days have been quite eventful and hectic. I moved into my flat for university, and I flew back from Hong Kong by myself.
did you guys miss me :p?
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