HK ’11: Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Part 2

In less than 5 days, Imma see Jonghyun and the guys again! SO. PSYCHED. (This is me looking at the silver lining despite what has been a killer of a busy week.)

In this post, I will wrap up our Hong Kong Disneyland adventure, which I blogged about earlier in part 1.

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HK ’11: Hong Kong Disneyland Resort Part 1

It’s not even halfway through the month of September, and things at work are becoming so hectic, no thanks to the rollout of a new computerized system the office has developed. On the other hand, I am counting the days until the 19th when I can let loose with Jonghyun and the guys.

So, amid all the bustle and pressure at work, what do I do? Reminisce about one day spent at the “happiest place on earth”. I’m talking, of course. about our visit to the Hong Kong Disneyland.

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HK ’11: The Big Buddha

While fixing up the itinerary for our HK trip, places such as Hong Kong Disneyland, Ocean Park, and Victoria Peak were already a given. But this is me we’re talking about, and I’m a sucker for things slightly traditional and historical, with a touch of the religious and some mythology thrown in, so Ngong Ping just had to be included, if only to check out the Big Buddha, or more formally known as the Tian Tian Buddha.

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HK ’11: Soaring Towards Ngong Ping

Just several days ago, my friend and I were having a conversation about future possible trips, and we realized we both wanted to go back to Hong Kong. Our exchange also reminded me of that HK trip I took more than a couple of years ago (which makes this post another #throwWAYback travel post). As I am going through the photos, sifting through them to find which I should include, I am feeling that urge to go back. Maybe this time, with friends.

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