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You might have noticed that I went on a little trip recently. I went to Asia. It was my first time to that continent, ever. I mean, I had never even been on a stopover or anything. We were there for a family thing and I would tell you about that but then any weirdo could read about my family and my personal life so I’m not going to.

Instead, here are a mish mash of pictures from the trip that I took on my phone and my Fuji. I have also included really bad quality ones which seems kind of the opposite of what a blogger should do, but I’m just keeping it real, man. I didn’t take as many photos as I normally would, mostly because I snapchat-story’ed the whole thing, so if you missed out on that I’m sorry because it was really good.

I’m actually kind of tired right now, I don’t know if it’s jet lag or what but I really can’t be bothered do a whole breakdown of the trip in writing (lol, I am such a downer) so if you are looking for tips for Hong Kong or Guangzhou, you can just call me and ask me or something and I can tell you on the phone. What I will say though, is that it was fun and interesting and a great experience and I’m really glad that my dad invited me along. (I also have to give mad shouts to Frank Liew for taking us out, what a great guy. Thanks Frank!)

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Ben “I don’t need to bring a bag with me” Lawson. 

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Ben “Tallest person in Hong Kong” Lawson.

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These were from what was called the ‘Trick Eye Museum’ – a bunch of skillfully painted 3d artworks that you stand in. It sounds kind of weird but it was fun.

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Pretty sure those things on the left on skewers were centipedes.

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