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Where? When? How? HongKong.. :)

I just finished transferring all our pics from my camera to the laptop. Picture overload!!!! I dunno how, where and when to start.


So I guess sneak previews would do for now.

Our HongKong trip was really something. I've been to HongKong before but I have to admit that there's still a lot to explore. So where do we start... Oooh.. the transpo system. :)

Double decker buses still amaze me. I will forever be a kid when it comes to this bus. Always in a hurry to go to the upper part to get the best seats. :)

I love their trains/train stations! So accessible.. and fast, not that crowded too. :)

Octopus card.. the best! It can be used not just for train rides and bus rides. It can also be used for shopping at 7/11, dining at fastfoods like McDo, and groceries too. I love you already.. too bad I had to let you go.. Sayang din ang refund na HKD$50. =P

Next stop... Our first day adventures. :D

I'm out.


ALiNe said…
Ni try mo chix wings ng mc do nila?.. tsalap!
witsandnuts said…
I can relate to that feeling after uploading the pix to the laptop. I took at least 2000 shots yata per day. Heehee. I only rode once in the double decker. Nung papuntang Ocean Park. I'd definitely revisit HK. =)
cpsanti said…
wow, glad to know you enjoyed your trip cza ;-) ako rin, madalas kong pansinin ang transpo system when i travel. heehee
princess_dyanie said…
pareho tyo sa bus! nakipag unahan pa ko para lang makaupo sa taas! hahaha! :P
Anonymous said…
I can't wait to see your photos!!! I-post na yan. Go Go Go!
Cza said…
@Aline - ay nde ko natry.. hehe. Though yung nuggets nila.. kakaiba yung sauce. Gusto ko yung Seaweed flavor na shake shake fries :D

@witsandnuts - go go go! :) travel lang ng travel habang pwede at may funds. hehe. :)

@cpsanti - i did! :D nice ng trains tlaga, can't help but compare sa mrt/lrt naten dito.

@dyanie - hahaha! ang sarap kasi sa taas. weeeeee! parang laging mababangga yung feeling.

@dyosa - getting ready to post more and more and more. :)
Pendong Peas said…
Gusto ko sa 2nd deck ng bus na yan sa front seat hehe sarap lalo na pag paakyat ng the Peak :)

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