One of my childhood friends is living in Hong-Kong for a few years now, this trip was the perfect occasion to pay him a visit.
After weeks spent in Vietnam and Malaysia in rural areas, it was quite a shock to get back in a dynamic and international business city, where English is the dominant language.
For the first time in a long time, I was with a well-known friend. We shared old memories and made new ones.
It was the first time I did outdoor climbing, in such a beautiful location.
I had time to prepare my visa for China in a local agency.
I heard from people who went to Taiwan and realize I would probably never go to Taiwan if I don’t do it in this trip. That’s how I changed all my future plans in a few days.
After all these days sleeping in hostels, moving out every two or three days, I had a room for myself. I thought it would get me some rest, but it has been the opposite.
All the drinking and smoking take a toll on you.
Before going to Hong-Kong, I spent a lot of days alone, meditating, sleeping and waking up early, listening to podcasts and reading books, almost not drinking anything else than water and tea.
After being in Hong-Kong, I felt like my mind was buzzing up.
I needed to get back to the routine I’ve set in place.