Finally made it back to Japan! First stop is Tokyo…
Even though I didn’t get much sleep on the plane, I managed to go and get some dinner with Trommas, a tattoo artist from Norway who also happened to be here…
Today’s breakfast was the legendary vegan ramen from Tan Tan at Tokyo Station:
When in Hong Kong… try these waffles. You get them on every street corner.
This city is amazing. Exactly what I expected after hearing all the stories from my grandmother and my dad. He was born there and I always wanted to visit.
The city by night.
Thank you. I will be back next year🇭🇰
Finally got to do a little more on this peace on Nick.
There is one thing I like more than most things. Disney movies. And yes, we went to Disneyland.
I was probably more excited than any of the kids there.
And.. it was Halloween themed, so I was pretty happy with my day.
Can’t get enough of pumpkins…
We also took some rides, but the heat was unbearable at some points.
The highlight was the fireworks. Since we didn’t get a good view the day before in the city.. we were pretty excited for this one.
Disneyland by night is a whole different world…
And again: beer and dim sum.
Definitely going back.
Went with Diana and Hellena to explore around the city. First we took a boat, then ended up on an island. The. The bus from there that took us up to the Big Buddah.
Then we took the zipline down to the city again. Such an adventure…
travelled with tram, boat, bus, train, car and zipline in one day. Not bad for an average girl from the smallest capital in the world; Oslo.
Hong Kong was such an amazing adventure. Seeing my best friend Nick and his wife Nina who brutally got arrested and thrown out of Norway because the government does not identify tattooing as a realnprofession, I almost cried seeing them again and getting catched up on their life.
Been busy everyday exploring the city, mountains and the food.
First day we hiked the Viktoria Peak. My grandmother has been telling me about this place, so I was eager to see it.
From here, you can see the whole city of Hong Kong.
There is always time for a little beer and dim sum…
The view from my room.
A temple I found just 10 min from the place we lived.
Dragon by the temple.