HongKong 2015—Bridal Shower Edition!

This trip happened more than two years ago, so consider this a throwback post if you will! I keep trying to breathe new life into my site and this revamp, relocation (I’m on WordPress now!), and redesign, might just do the trick. 😉 I can’t wait to share the highlights of all the trips I’ve taken plus so much more posts I’ve got planned along the way.

A lot of growing can occur in two years—and that includes photography skills (and change in equipment—Hello, Fujifilm!), style of travel, fashion, and a whole lot more, so enjoy some of the snippets from this trip we took from November 28-30, 2015.

I’ve been friends with these girls since we graduated high school back in 2007 and for reasons far too many to mention, we’ve never travelled abroad together until that year—right before one of us got married. So we all took this opportunity to celebrate her last year as a single woman and spent it in chilly Hong Kong! The bride-to-be (now, married, my business partner, and just gave birth to her first born son yesterday!!) booked us a hotel stay at Marco Polo Hotel and we loved staying there mostly due to the very convenient fact that a mall (or was it several malls?) was just immediately downstairs!

hong kong green wall elephant grounds store

store front hong kong leaves

hong kong causeway bay people shopping

Hotel room view marco polo hongkong harbor

Room with a view! That Hong Kong harbor is lovely all lit up at night.

Hotel Room Marco Polo Bridal Shower

I had to distract her out of the hotel room while the other girls scrambled to decorate and try not to burn the room down with the candle. Haha! I think it was a success!

Lush Hong Kong Bathbombs

I cannot help but stop whenever I see a LUSH store and just INHALE.

interesting christmas tree martini glass mini fig

park lane hong kong group photo christmas

The five of us rarely get together, but it’s always a great time when we do!


Next Hong Kong blog post will be all about our hunt for the highlight of our trip (aside from the bridal shower)— PEKING DUCK.

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