A quest to see the world and to get more out of life
Without this, the trip would not be possible
This was our transpo for the day!
One of the side tunnels
Outside the tunnel
Small black fish
The shark and me
Isn’t this house beautiful?
Hong Kong: Before You Go
Thanks to the cable car for a wonderful view of Hong Kong!
Truly Chinese — the offering of incense
Ngong Ping 360
Pretty in multiples! These are cones of incense
A very interestingly-shaped building!
The modern skyscrapers of Hong Kong
Hong Kong island’s tram, or dingding
A park in the CBD
My parents standing in front of the Legislative Council building
This is the old Bank of China building
Somewhere up there is the Victoria Peak
Major international banks are all here
My parents and I with the Jardine House and the IFC as background
Exploring Hong Kong Island
My brother and I inside Bus 6
Looking at Kowloon from the IFC mall
The Road to Stanley
Thank you Bus 6 for bringing me here!
Remembrance Sunday ceremony
HK’s Post Office
How’s the White House, Pa?
I love how this group was still complete in this photo.
Papa and Einstein = Friends?
Pose, brother, pose.:P
Who wouldn’t want to be with Royalty?
Avenue of Stars
The gondola makes it truly Venetian!
Mama, Papa and me in front of the Grand Lisboa
Hong Kong Convention Center
and more Shops!
Victoria Harbour Tsim Sha Tsui
It was Hong Kong’s Wine and Dine Month
In front of Wynn this time around
Stars and me
The Boldt Castle is indeed grand!
Cured meat of sorts
I liked how Macau’s street names are etched in blue and white tiles
Not sure what these are for, but they were pretty!
I was caught eating an egg tart :P
Egg rolls cooked right in front of you
Pastelaria Koi Kei – a very famous place to get Macanese sweet treats!
A very refreshing drink while exploring the city
A gigantic moon cake!
Definitely a different architecture than all the others!
Pork chop bun
People patiently waiting for freshly baked egg tarts. Yum! :)
Pretty mosaic near the barracks
The floor tiles were wonderful!
St. Paul’s Ruins
A wall of art from Beijing’s 798 Art Zone
Angkor Wat Relief Sculpture
A restored portion of the wall
One of the seemingly original portions of the wall
Wall Mural at the Grand Palace in Bangkok
How great can these get!
Breath-taking. Beautiful. Mutianyu Great Wall
Body Painting in front of the Metropolitan Museum of Art
I love the desk — it’s rustic yet it provided me the computer to access the the internet!
The bathroom doesn’t look spacious here, but it’s big!
Who wouldn’t love the headboard? Very intricate.
I would love to spend an afternoon just sleeping!
Shiny floors and nice wall art – had a lovely breakfast here!
I like the azulejos – those blue and white tiles!
A very cute cannon in front of the fortress
Coffee anyone? I like the dinnerware. Very dainty.
My mom in front of the fortress
Another fountain in Mong-ha Hill. This one was a lot bigger though than the first one.
The wall tiles behind made this scene more picturesque!
Overlooking some building in Macau
That’s me in front of the fortress.
A challenging road to take when getting down the hill from the fortress
A very serene scenery!
A picturesque mosque!
My father and I
Baby Crocodiles – I like how they cling together
Baker’s Hill Restaurant
Some lights for a festive mood!
Baker’s Kitchen in Baker’s Hill
Balsahan Falls in Iwahig
A First: Visiting a Crocodile Park
Crocodile skin and skeleton welcome you to the Park!
They’re very still – but scary!
Ella the Binturong
It’s scary when it opens its mouth!
Another stunning view in Iwahig – I like green rice paddies!
One of the stunning views in Iwahig. I like the reflection of the mountains on the wet paddies,
A welcome to Iwahig Prison and Penal Farm
Souvenir Shop in Iwahig
Playing around in Iwahig
The small airport of Puerto Princesa City
Santa and me
Snow White and the seven dwarfs
My family in Baker’s Hill
A nice welcome to Baker’s Kitchen
A little picture-taking before entering the caves
Then it was my brother’s
My turn in climbing without the harness
All geared up for caving!
Another view that soothes my eyes
Pretty limestone formation at the side of the mountain
Another rock formation — and a more beautiful one too!
A rock formation inside the cave
Rocks, rocks, rocks at the entrance of the cave
Welcome to Ugong Rock Adventures!
Ending the adventure with a bang: zip-line!
The Great Wall in outlining the mountains in Mutianyu
Peace and quiet near the Underground River
Spires of rock formation welcome you into the cave
Very clear water at the mouth of the cave – Can you see the fish?
A closer look at the islet
Another islet on the way to the underground river
Ready to see the Underground River
Palawan Monitor Lizard
Our tour group in the paddle boat
Rocky part of the cave entrance up close
Coconut trees line up Sabang’s coast
Picturesque scene while on boat from Sabang
Excited to see the underground river!
Underground River tucked in the hills
The mandatory shot taken with the sign
Look at how beautiful that is!
Meet one of our boat men. He’s also the one who snorkeled with us in Pambato Reef.
Meet the other boatman, or more appropriately, the captain of the boat.
Another view of Honda Bay
Welcome to Cowrie Island!
My brother and I after snorkeling in Cowrie Island
Seeing the bay set against the mountains while riding the boat
The jump-off point for people who will snorkel in Pambato Reef
Inside the coffee house
It’s like an art gallery!
Spicy Leg Inato — nom nom nom!
Fish wrapping a sugarcane stalk!
Sinigang with coconut
Free fruit dessert
Pants of all colors!
“Calm” sea — what’s a turbulent one like?
Tiny fish near Kulasa Beach
I don’t mind waking up early for this view :)
Locals waiting for their boat
People queuing up to pay the environmental fee
Our guide playing in the sea!
The first of many wows!
Yummy food = Perfect for the scenery!
My favorite place in KL!
Seven Commandos Beach
That’s my friend Kat, during our escape to Mt. Ugo last month
Ready for the three-day all-girl weekend!
Along the way to Salagdoong Beach Resort
Church in Maria, Siquijor
San Isidro de Labrador Church
Mangroves in Enrique Villanueva, Siquijor
Nothing beats relaxing under the shade of trees while the water massages your back!
A little art work