I visited Hong Kong last November with my 5 months baby bump. The weather was absolutely amazing to trek and hike. Discover Hong Kong has great recommendation and do organize trekking and hiking trips open for all to participate.
Thanks for all the birthday wishes and love. Bringing you the panoramic view of #maclehosetrail section 2. The weather was lovely at 20°C and the view is breathtaking. A local told me this trail is 4 out of 5 stars in difficulty. Perhaps it’s because of the long steep climb but overall it is doable. @discoverhongkong #birthdayeve #saikung #hongkong #janiqueeltravels
Rocking my #20weeks baby bump during the 5 hours hike on #maclehosetrail. The fresh air and hiking is doing the baby so good. I have always been active in #yoga, spinning, #muaythai and whatnot. This pregnancy did not stop me from what I love to do – jab, cross, roundhouse, downward facing dog, #namaste. So this 5 hour #hike is truly a test of endurance and stamina. Glad to say baby and I completed it! 😍😄 #happymommyhappybaby #janiqueeltravels #hk @discoverhongkong A photo posted by Janice Leong 龍詩惠 (@janiqueel) on
#dragonsback checked! ✔ It may sound surprising, but exercising daily actually helped me decrease pregnancy fatigue. 👍 #20weekspregnant #keepfit #janiqueeltravels @discoverhongkong A photo posted by Janice Leong 龍詩惠 (@janiqueel) on
The story of B. Boy was actually directly inspired by balloons; he’s made up of discarded party balloons from London’s Great Ormond Street Hospital. But because he looks so creepy to regular kids, he hid himself in a basement where he watches the Albert Lamorisse film The Red Balloon and dreams of flying away. #timburton #balloonboy #janiqueeltravels #hongkong @discoverhongkong A video posted by Janice Leong 龍詩惠 (@janiqueel) on