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Ngong Ping - Part 2

Off we went to ride the Cable Car...

The view was nice... Thank God I'm not that afraid of heights.

We got our first glimpse of the Buddha midway into our Cable Car Ride.. Go find the Buddha. :P

We got pretty excited about it already... then we finally got to Ngong Ping. Of course.. there were a lot of picture taking again.

We even saw the The Bodhi Tree aka. "The Tree of Awakening". And Arvic's "modeling instincts" made him pose away. (We weren't sure though if it was indeed the actual Bodhi Tree. Hahaha!)

The guide (the guy in red by the theater door in the pic above) approached Arvic afterwards, I honestly thought he was going to scold us for the poses made at the tree... To our amusement he said to Arvic "You can be the next top model." Funny! =)

We continued walking until we were close to the Buddha. It was starting to get hot and we were tired too so this was the closest we could get to it.

Waterbreak and IceCream break afterwards. Rode the cable car back to Citygate then shopped away. No pics around citygate, everyone was too busy shopping. It was a fun day. Day 1 was coming to an end.

I'm out.


the donG said…
wow! haba pala ng cable car doon. exciting.

finally nabisita ko na rin itong public blog site mo.
princess_dyanie said…
ahahaha! pwede na pal sya maging model ah hehe ;0
Cza said…
@donG - hehe.. salamat sa pagbisita! yupyup, ang haba nga. nice nice! Malamig pa!

@dyanie - winner! :D

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