Saturday, November 20, 2010

12/11/2010 Hong Kong 6D5N Free and Easy Tour - Day 2

Woke up at 8 in the morning, after brush up, we're prepared for the trip today. Our destinations of the day are Ocean Park and the Peak.

We went to a restaurant known as Yee Shun Milk Company for breakfast before our journey starts.

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The menu

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Toasted bread

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My breakfast - Pasta with Ham and Egg, not bad

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Drinks that served with my breakfast - Milk

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Milk mixed with Egg, it's sweet and nice

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Dad and bro-in-law's breakfast - Fried sausage, ham and egg, typical western style breakfast

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The appearance of the restaurant

After breakfast, we take MRT to Admiralty Station (金钟站) then take Citybus 629 to Ocean Park.

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Many passengers queue up to take the bus

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The bus station was crowded with people

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Entrance of the Ocean Park, as expected, crowded with people and lots of students

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Panda in the Ocean Park

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The panda looks emotional

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Some red flowers among the yellow flowers saw in the Ocean Park

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We took the Ocean Express from the Waterfront to the Summit

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The Ocean Park Tower

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The thrilling rides in Ocean Park

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Next, we went to the Sea Jelly Spectacular

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The entrance and exit of the Sea Jelly Spectacular

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Some prize to be won at the game stalls

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More toy bears

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We're trying to have our lunch at McDonald's, unfortunately there's a long queue there, end up we just bought our lunch from a snacks stall. We have one Turkey drumstick, one chicken drumstick, four sandwiches, one BBQ cuttlefish, and four hot dogs and the lunch costs us around 300++ HKD

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My nephew playing with his toy

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Some performers playing musics nearby

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The entrance to the Ocean Theater

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Some practice before the show starts

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The show starts at 3:00 PM where the performers sings a few songs first

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Many people opening their umbrellas and blocking the view of the audience behind, kinda bad

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The show begins

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Nike's new spokesperson for Air

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My cute little nephew with the Ocean Park mascot

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Next stop - The Peak, we had a very long queue and we waited around 20 minutes to reach our turn to take the tram

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First thing to do after reaching the Peak - DINNER

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My drinks - Coke with Lemon, I like the bottle, it looks classic

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My dinner - Fried rice with sliced chicken meat and cabbages

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After dinner, we went to the Sky Terrace for night view

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Followed by the Madame Tussauds Hong Kong, welcomed by Jackie Chan at the entrance

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Andy Lau and Li Bing Bing

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Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are here too

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Nicole Kidman, she's pretty~

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Aaron Kwok

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Demonstration of the making of wax figure

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Leslie Cheung

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Gandhi

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Luciano Pavarotti

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Pablo Picasso

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Shakespeare

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Sun Yat-sen

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Einstein with his E=MC2 formula

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Astroboy

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Donnie Yen as Yip Man

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MJ

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Teresa Teng

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This is not a wax figure, it's my nephew looking at his new toy double decker

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After a long day walk, it's time to take a break in Delifrance with a glass of Orange Juice

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and Tuna sandwich

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and Vegetables sandwich

After having our supper in Delifrance, we travel back to the Tram station, and it's first time in my life that I have been blown away by the wind as the wind is too strong. After reaching the tram station, there's a long queue there. After a long wait, it's our turn to take the tram to go down from the Peak and we headed back to hotel after that.

2 comments:

goldenpixie1 said...

Love the photos and commentary! I've never been to Hong Kong and so having this close-up look is fascinating. Thank you!

Samuel said...

You're welcome. Hong Kong in fact is a fascinating city, it's worth to have a visit there.

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