Hong Kong – Sex, Cultures and Rescue Orgs

First, I’d like to thank everyone in HK who treated me so well and made this trip a heavenly experience. My special thanks goes to my fellow escort ladies who have kindly given me advice to plan this tour ♡

Now HK is on my touring destination list, which means I’m also taking fly-me-to-you requests to HK with a minimum booking of an overnight rendezvous.  Rates and details are here.

HK hotels made it into my top 3 favourite because they absolutely dazzled me with furniture and walls that support ‘stand-up sex’ and passionate kissed pressed against them… Their beauty seduces me to no end… With each kiss and thrust, my nails trace these exquisite patterns and carve this moment deep in my mind…

One thing great about being pressed on textured tiles is that they brush my chest during sex with their unique cold ‘ruthlessness’, it makes my nipples hard; makes me lose control of my moans… hear them echo… till the end of a long orgasm…

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Hong Kong reminds me of Taipei where you can find blocks and blocks that look just like Japan. My first dinner was at a hidden gem that a friend of my friend works at. This gem is so ‘hidden’ you’ll have a pretty difficult time trying to find it on Google maps.

Their ramen reconfirmed my ramen preference rank: Tonkotsu > Shoyu > Shio > Miso (Unless in Hokkaido). This tiny ramen place with less than 10 seats was the true authentic Hokkaido taste, it quenched my ramen-thirst for a long good while…

My sneaky selfie in a local gallery. A very HK-like arrangement that has traditional ink paintings of motifs that symbolise wealth and success, as well as western style landscape oil painting. I adore multicultural cities like Hong Kong – it has its own issues and complexity, but its beauty lies in those paradoxes, conflicts and dramas of life…

Last but not the least, through a friend’s introduction, I met these lovely animals from HK’s local animal rescue group. HK gentlemen, if you don’t have the resource to become a foster parent for them but you wish to contribute, please contact me privately through email (enquiries@theladyinkimono.com), I will forward you their contact and ways to help them. May all life abused by the hands of humans find a place they can call home…

Trace the rest of my journey in HK on my Twitter

 

Until we meet…
Yuko

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