It’s our second day in Hong Kong. We went out early to explore a temple located at the heart of the city. We immersed ourselves in their culture. Then we jumped directly to #HongKongDisneyland (#Disneyland) and enjoyed the rest of our day. The kid inside each and everyone of us are bursting with joy and happiness, since most of the cartoon characters we grew with are brought to life.
Disneyland in general (I think, based on my experience) is very much worth it. They put their own twist in each and every ride to make it unique. It is truly magical and worth visiting. Just a lot a full day to enjoy all of the amenities, because the lines can get pretty long.
Silka Seaview Hotel, Yau Ma Tei
ITINERARY (Day 2):
HEAVY BFAST: 8:00AM
WONG TAI SHIN TEMPLE
-ziplock imprtnt things (might get wet
(WHOLE DAY TILL BEFORE DINNER)
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This is the second and last instalment of my Ilocos photo diary. It was again a looong tiring day and a lot of places to see, but it’s all worth it. After we spent hours on the beach (see previous post) we headed out to the iconic Bangui Wind Farm. I didn’t expect to see that many windmills at one place and it’s very huge too! It is very relaxing to watch it go and it provides not only a tourist spot but also a huge contribution in producing natural energy for the northern region of the Philippines.
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