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it’s a small Ornate world

Hey! Missed you! It’s been a while since I posted photos. I’ve been pretty busy helping with the family business. I’ll make a whole post about it one of these days. Meanwhile, here are a few photographs taken from our visit to Disneyland, HK. I got really excited when I saw the two dolls representing the Philippines and the sign that said “Paalam” on our way out. ❤

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a pretty elephant with super long lashes… cuteness overload!

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That was like A LOT of photos. I was gone for a while so I hope I made it up to you. ❤

xox
K.Z.

Boundaries

boundaries

“There was a wall. It did not look important. It was built of uncut rocks roughly mortared. An adult could look right over it, and even a child could climb it. Where it crossed the roadway, instead of having a gate it degenerated into mere geometry, a line, an idea of boundary. But the idea was real. It was important. For seven generations there had been nothing in the world more important than that wall. Like all walls it was ambiguous, two-faced. What was inside it and what was outside it depended upon which side of it you were on.”
― Ursula K. Le Guin, The Dispossessed

Off-Season

Standing at 428 metres above sea level, The Sky Terrace 428, is the highest viewing platform in HK. It offers a 360-degree panoramic view across Hong Kong. Unfortunately when we got to the top, it began to drizzle. I bet the view is even more stunning on a fair weather. Guess that’s a normal part of off-season travel. 😦 Next time, I’ll make sure to visit the spot at nighttime during a not-so-cloudy weather. 🙂

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It’s great to be back in the blogosphere. xx