I’ve been going through my past few months’ blog posts and I noticed what my blog has become. It has been full of ads and events that it slightly felt like a stranger. When I started blogging, it was all about sharing personal styles, experiences and travels. But even though I still want to keep it that way, work and the events I had to cover started to take over. And although I kept true to my promise that I will not blog about something I don’t believe in, (Yes, this is true. I’ve turned down all future offers of a website that gave me a bad and difficult experience when I wasn’t blogging for them. I tried ordering from them as a regular person through their website and I had the worst customer service. I formally said goodbye to them and said I couldn’t blog and say nice things after what I had just experienced. They were nice, they understood and we parted ways.) there are still far too many other stores, brands and websites out there that are worth talking about. I’m not complaining, I’m happy to be working with brands I adore, believe in or at least see a potential in but it still feels different and distant from this blog’s humble beginnings. So, here I am back to where I really started: sharing personal style posts. :)
We had a quick trip to Mahogany Forest in Bohol, and by quick… I mean really really quick! The road where all these mahogany trees are planted is being used so expect passing cars every now and then while you take in the beauty of this place. :)
Before anything else, I’d like to clarify that this photo was not taken at Causeway Bay but in Harbour City. I am going to share a Causeway Bay story though thus, the title. :) Every time my family and I go to Hong Kong, we usually spend 85% of our stay in Kowloon: Harbour City/Tsim Sha Tsui. Aside from H&M and Granville Street, there really isn’t much there for me anymore so going to HK doesn’t excite me as much as it used to. But, I had a change of heart during our recent trip to Hong Kong. Because Ralph, Pat and Jaq were really there for Sunlife, they were attending seminars and events on most days. So... I was left wandering alone on some days while waiting for Pam & Tito Leo. That was when I enjoyed and felt comfortable at the other side of Hong Kong. :)
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