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December 29, 2013

Day 5 - Hong Kong Trip

Before we reached the airport and fly back home, we bought some deep fried chicken-and-chips-with mayo-in-a-cup for breakfast in Tsim Tsa Tsui. We gobbled them with some bottled water from the nearest Seven Eleven in a Sitting Park nearby, next to senior citizens. As we were sitting down, we listed some of our favorite things about HK: 1. Octopus Card (which can be used for almost all means of transportation as well as Seven Eleven and Circle K); 2. Public Parks (which are always clean and convenient for people of all ages, from children to seniors); 3. MTR Stations (they can be reached on foot, and the directory is far from confusing).

In all, despite the hassle of missing a flight and mishaps,I’m grateful to have experienced Hong Kong. A internationally renowned vibrant city that holds  a population of millions, it is indeed heaven for urban travelers, shoppers and foodies.  

Here are some random pics taken by Anna and I - well mostly from Anna's camera:

Playground at Hong Kong Park

Aaron Kwok's hand print, Avenue of the Stars, Tsim Tsa Tsui

Girls Generation poster and handprints, Harbour City Mall

Hand print of Yoona, a member of Korean's most popular girlband, Girls Generation (SNSD)

Hong Kong Traffic 

Playground at Hong Kong Park

Teaching kids to learn Braille the fun way

Tarzan's Treehouse at Disneyland

Stole a pic of Mickey and Minnie - got yelled at straight away, "If you want to take a picture, get in the line!" *lol

Mystique House, Disneyland

Toy Soldiers

See you in Tomorrowland!

Buzz Lightyear: "To infinity and beyond..."

Our late lunch at Disneyland: Chicken Nuggets and Chips

Dumbo, the Flying Elephant's wagon


Canon at Fortress Hill, Macau

Museum of Macau

Saw this thing on TLC, free public gym near Fortress Hill, Macau

Macau Tower and miniature of Macau City, Tomica version
Inside the Ferry to go across Tsim Tsa Tsui from Hong Kong Island

Season's Greetings, the most wonderful time of the year 

A harbour near Causeway Bay, Hong Kong Island

One of the hotels in Macau; serving not only conventional gambling, but also fight-betting

A windy stroll at Avenue of the Stars

Camera...ready? Action!

Bruce Lee

Skycrapers as far as the eye can see


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    1. Dikuat-kuatin, vi...walaupun tiap 3 menit sekali sendawa *dasar mahluk tropis