It’s been a few months since I talked about my initial experience with Honor 10. So far, after that entry, I haven’t encountered any problem with it and I’m looking forward to keeping this in my pocket for a long time! As promised during my previous entry, here are a selection of photos I’ve taken with the Honor 10.
One of the places I love visiting is Hong Kong. Every visit, I would always hold off visiting Disneyland just so I have an “excuse” to come back to Hong Kong —haha! A couple of months ago, my friends from Philippines Airlines asked if I was interested in joining a trip to check out Disneyland. Naturally, I said yes because I’ve never been to Hong Kong Disneyland and I’ve never visited any Disneyland Resort ever. So I was pretty excited to finally check out one. What got me even more excited is I was visiting with some of my closest friends. Let me share to you our experience through my photos.
After almost a month of use, I'm finally ready to share what I think of the new Honor 10. I'm going to make this a 2-part thing as I'll be mostly talking about the device on this post and will share a whole blog post with photos taken with the Honor in the next one. For now, here are a few things that I enjoy with my Honor 10.
Last March, I had the amazing privilege to spend a couple of nights in The Majestic Hotel in Kuala Lumpur. I’ve only seen photos online (thank you Google and location search on Instagram lol!) of the place so I was excited to experience it first hand.
So right after my Yogyakarta adventure, I decided to pass by Bali since I was already in Indonesia. I checked flights from Yogyakarta and the prices were reasonable so I booked the ticket right away! Bali accommdations are usually known for their beautiful villas so I was pretty excited to be staying with Lifestyle Retreats this trip! I was able to experience The Santai & The Amala, two of their six properties around Bali.
A couple of months after visiting Yogyakarta for the first time, I never really stopped thinking about how curious I am to see more of the city. Sadly, during my first visit, we were only there for a couple of days so I didn't really get to see a lot of places (specially Borobudur). For about a year, I've been communicating with my friends over at Greenhost Boutique Hotel to organize a photography workshop and happy to say, it finally happened!
I spent most of January at home editing photos from last year (I took so much, I am drowning!) but it's also been great seeing how many amazing memories and smiles were made in 2017. I thought I was ending January without going out of town but I'm glad my friends organized a quick trip to the beach before January ended. Luckily, the trip coincided with a lunar event which will probably only happen once in my lifetime.
Late last year, I was fortunate to finally experience Autumn in Japan. It was definitely one of the most magical (not exaggerating!) experiences I've ever had. I still remember tearing up in the train bound for Kyoto when I first saw yellow trees outside. I've always wanted to experience fall since we don't have it in the Philippines. Living in a country where there is only sun and rain, I've always wondered what it was like to see trees turn orange, red, and yellow.