Weeks before the first semester ended, Bumpy John & I went on a food tour — I’m too lazy to write about it and well, my writing wouldn’t justify to how awesome the tour was so here’s Bumpy John’s version of our tour. Read on, loveys!! ♥
Wanderlust #1: Hong Kong / Day 2!
Had breakfast at the hotel and shared the table with someone who pretty much looked like Elmo Magalona but he was too tall.
City tour in the morning. We went to the Avenue of the Stars, where Jackie Chan’s hand prints were.
Obligatory Hong Kong skyline solo shot. Lol. Hahaha.
We went to the Aberdeen Fishing Village. I chose not to ride in those boat thingies that’s called a Sampan. Ang daming bangka dito sa Pinas eh, pero joke lang. I dislike boat rides, really.
Took photos of myself instead. :)
After going to the mid-level of Victoria Peak, we went straight to Hong Kong Disneyland! I often hear people saying that Disneyland’s the happiest place on earth but I was kinda bored with the rides. Teehee. Maybe cause I’m not a kid anymore? Hahaha.
Me, Mama and Kuya Dini. And again, just like HKIA, Disneyland was so big also. I was so tired from walking but I enjoyed even if the place was filled with kids and couples. Hahaha.
Left: Mama & Kuya Dini / Right: Mama and me.
Filipino dolls at the Its A Small World ride. Cutest dolls I’ve ever seen in my life. ♥
Left: Tarzan’s Tree House / Right: Mama & I at Adventureland.
During the Jungle thingy cruise at Disneyland. :)
I bought a Minnie Mouse headband. Teehee. :)
Kuya Dini and I.
Kuya Dini, before riding the train inside Disneyland.
Cinderella’s castle. :)
I can open your eyes, take you wonder by wonder. Synchronized fireworks and music. ♥
Wanderlust #1: Hong Kong / Day 1!
I really didn’t take a lot of photos because everything seemed like a private moment only for me to enjoy. Lol, selfish, I know - but I took some! :)
I did my early morning breakfast devotion at the plane. Yup, that pink book is my bible.
HKIA was so freaking huge. If I were to travel by myself, I would definitely feel smaller. Hahaha. Seriously, NAIA is no match.
We didn’t want to spend so much on expensive food in restaurants so we had brunch at a small street food place. I could say that their food there is better than Luk Foo’s.
Kuya Dini and Mama.
Me and Kuya Dini, after eating. :)
We stayed at Dorsett Seaview Hotel. The one in Shanghai Street which was next to Temple Street where the Night Market was so shopping for little HK trinkets and accessories was so easy for us. Also, Nathan Road was just two streets away from our hotel so really, Dorsett was a nice choice. :)
Kuya Dini and I walking to the Ladies Market. :)
Right after shopping, we went to watch the Symphony of Lights. It was so beautiful though my photos don’t give justice to how awesome the show was.
Mama dearest. :)
Ended the day by taking photos of myself, thus looking like a kid from a horror movie. Teehee.