You might not know but in fact my mum is an island kid. That is why me and my sister spent a lot of our childhood in Tai O digging up clams in the mud and cycling in our flip-flops. The Tai O Fishing Village on Lantau Island is famous for its traditional Chinese stilt-house over water and is considered as "Venice of the Orient".
Not gonna lie, photos like these just make me want to stay there forever. I have to admit part of the reason why I really looked forward to going to Lisbon is that I could wear something very Bohemian, vibrant, flowy, -ish, you know what I mean? Lisbon is historical, it's kinda old. But at the same time it also has its own sense of Bohemian vibe mixed with some oldness, but also fused with energy, cheer and all the positivity.
Without further ado, here's my Lisbon travel lookbook, which I am pretty content looking at it. （Read more…)
10 Things about Lisbon if you travel with the DearPostman.
For most people, Hong Kong may be a place of business, hustle and bustle. What most people don't know is that there is a real gem hidden in the heart of this busy city. “It” is not quiet, I guarantee you. Quite the opposite, this place is always busy, always loud and full of “movement”. Yes I am talking about Waterfall bay right below Wah Fu Estate in Hong Kong. (Read more…)
Coming to the last stop of my UK trip, once again, it’s my first time to set my foot in Windermere. If this is the first time you hear about Windermere, it’s fine. I didn’t know the existence of this little city until last year. To my surprise, it was actually not bad. It’s more about the mothernature, day tour up and down the mountains and around the famous lakes in the area.
I probably didn’t tell you that but actually the main reason we flew to the UK is to attend my sister's graduation at Durham (proud sister). Therefore after spending 3 days in London, we flew up north to the northern England (for the first time). Having spent most of my time in the UK just in London / Cambridge, I admit I am quite surprised to see how other parts of this potato country looks like or works. I mean, it's just really different, no grumpy commuters, no busy tubes. Everyone's more laid back, walks slower, and yes speaks with an accent.
I am going to share with you guys my London-inspired lookbook shot back in June 2018. You guys know how much I like to plan my looks according to the destination. (Read more…)
Thanks for being as elegant as you have always been;
for being so effortless, classy and pretty;
for being there when I was at my worst:
and letting me find who I am when I am lost.
Paris, je t'aime.
Hi everyone – second blog post of April. As I have said in the previous blogpost, shortly after I moved back to Hong Kong, I then went on another one-week short trip to Sydney with my 2 bffs. That explains why I was out of the blogging game for the past 2 weeks (?) But, anyways here I am again, back with a clear head space, way-too-many contents / life updates to share with you all lovelies.
Having said that, why not start with something drooling – Part 2 of the Sydney Café Hunt!