I got no pictures to post, coz we just stroll around ladies' market to buy some souvenirs. As our plane took off, I promised myself that I will come back. I don't know when, but I am sure I will be back.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
We took Turbojet as our chosen ferry from Hong Kong to Macau. What a nice view at night!
Earlier, we took photos at the Senado before the Ruins of St. Paul.The place is so crowded since it's Sunday.
Egg tart is yummy in Macau as well as its Pork/Beef Jerky and almond cookies. the word YUMMY explains it all.
One reason why I want to go in Ocean Park is the Panda Bear, I already saw a Polar Bear in Singapore. Very cuddling! Can I take it home?
Ocean Park is also famous with it's big aquarium. But, entering here is not easy on the day of our visit. We have to fall in line. Then as we enter the door, we have to pose again for some picture taking for souvenirs, but we never availed of it.
Before calling it a day, we have to go to The Peak to experience riding a tram. So sad, we ran out of battery to capture the scene.
It's so nice being a kid again.
After Ngong Ping, we headed our way to Hong Kong Disneyland. You can feel the magic in the air as soon we entered the Disney train from Tung Chung.
Here are some of the pictures taken last August 26, 2011, our Day 2 in Hong Kong.
Tuesday, September 6, 2011
Before reaching the Giant Buddha inside the Ngong Ping, we passed these 12 Divine Generals and they really caught my attention.
Aside from being the Divine Generals,they also represent the 12 Chinese Zodiac Signs.
Look for your own sign...
The General Kimnara
The General Indra
The General Anila
The General Mihira
The General Vikarala
The General Makura
The General Catura
The General Andira
The General Sandira
The General Pajra
The General Vajra
The General Kumbhira
Monday, September 5, 2011
It's been six (6) months since we bought our airlines ticket to Hong Kong. Since then, I've been very busy researching about sample itineraries and even joined a very informative forum, PinoyExchange. They are very helpful in giving you guides, suggestions and they even revise your itinerary if it's not that possible.
GoldenCrown hostel is one of the popular hostel in the said forum, due to it's budget friendly rates and location. Well, I wasn't surprised then. Our room number is 615. Very clean indeed, though not that spacious. But what's important is the cleanliness of the room and it's very near the MTR. We paid HK$2200 for 4 nights for 4 pax.
After taking our little rest, we headed to 1881 Heritage and The Clock Tower.
Here's some of our pictures taken on our first day.