KitKat is huge in Japan; there are tons of flavors – from green tea to wasabi. In Amsterdam we got these “normal” ones. This pink one I got it from a friend as a little gift. I don’t know if you can still call it chocolate, maybe cookie wrapped in a creamy jacket is much more suitable. It may taste like bubblegum, but it is cute. #Sunday snack
SNACK TIME – In Hong Kong we always end up sitting somewhere eating or drinking every two to three hours. Not always because we are hungry, but because it is too hot outside. There are a lot of small shops with a wide variety of snacks and refreshing drinks. I did not even include fast-food restaurants like McDonald’s (I must say their menu is much better than in Europe)! And of course our main purpose is to avoid the heat and enjoy places with air-conditioning.