29.11.17

A LITTLE BIT OF RED AND YELLOW











We only had one free day in Tokyo this time, and it was a late start, but we were lucky to have caught a bit of early autumn leaves at my favourite park with family. The little pea finally got her wish to climb on a swan boat, which she promptly insisted on getting off halfway when she spotted a big playground on the shore.

It was surreal to have the entire family gathered in Tokyo for the first time, but we are hoping to make it to Taiping or maybe even up to Penang together come Chinese New Year.

Just thinking about it makes me itch for my Nikon.

@ Hamamatsucho & Kichijoji


OMEDETO TO THE CUTEST COUPLE







From HK, we caught a plane to Tokyo for a sweet intimate wedding of my brother and sister-in-law. These were all I could capture while juggling a poor (read: cranky) kid who couldn't appreciate foie gras and needed a nap, but I could feel their joy.


To HY and I >> 

ご結婚おめでとうございます。
これからの道のりはまだ長いけど、二人ならきっと大丈夫だと思います。
Stay the course ;)


@& Ecle

28.11.17

WHILE WAITING FOR B





A day in the life with these two.

Little pea's very own cuppa for the first time (no worries it's not coffee).

Our last day in HK.



@ Mansons Lot

WANDERING THE STREETS












We thought the little pea would enjoy looking at birds, flowers and fish so we headed for Mong Kok with B on the second day. They didn't disappoint, she especially loved the birds.

Later at the pretty cafe recommended by S (I didn't do my homework this time). The mocha was good.

Next day at Wan Chai, another one of the areas I like. The building of the Comix Home Base was beautiful, and HC was in his element.



TRAM OH TRAM







The best thing I love about HK. So glad they're still around.


AT THE PMQ

The Police Married Quarters (PMQ), one of the very few specific places I wanted to visit this time.

As usual, I wasn't as interested in the shops as I was into the architecture. On hindsight, I realized I have no photos of the shops at all.

As we entered, a glimpse of the formidable slopes of HK. I hope the driver was not on manual.


Refurbishments were beautifully done, no?


It's rare to find a tree in this city, let alone a cluster like this. The people in these blocks are really lucky.


Cheeky, as always.

We had a hard time finding places for her to run and play freely this time round, among the busy streets and narrow pavements. 



I think she had a really good time here.


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