Hiyah world! This is going to be a short little post since it’s already 1am over here. Oh and it’s now 14 hour time difference from Hong Kong to Houston due to Daylight Savings. Boo …
Anyway, we woke up and got ready and had breakfast at Cafe de Coral again. This time I ordered something different. Congee and noodles. Mmm …
We then met up with the rest of the crew at the metro to ride the bus to Ocean Park. We were stuck in traffic for a while since it was rush hour. But even then, it’s not as bad as our rush hour back home .. duh.
When we finally got there we realized we were an hour early. They had changed the times and we didn’t know so we sat around making plans for the next few days.
We road roller coasters, got wet on a ride, recreated some pictures we took when we were younger, and saw different animals such as otters, penguins, koalas, sharks, etc. We even got to watch a seal show. Very short but very awesome to see. Made me want one at the end!
We had lunch of McDonald’s and everything does taste differently. It tastes way healthier too.
Look at that view … loveeeeee.
We then walked around and saw more animals then watched the seal and dolphin show. It was so hot! Not too sure if I would think it’s worth sitting in the sun for … but it was pretty cool. I did want one at the end too though … but it made me sad watching it.
We rode the cable car down and walked trough Old Hong Kong where I pretended to sell vegetables, fruits, birds, etc. Silly … I know. My legs are weird to where you can see my bones defined … creeps.
Sad we didn’t get to see the pandas. It was too late by the time we got there but the monkeys were so cute!! … This is only a statue but it’s so cuteeeee.
Awesome water fountain reminded me of Vegas’ MGM water fountain. So pretty!! There was a little wind so it felt like it was hitting me in the face a little.
We then had dinner with Mum’s side of the family at Tao Square were we met so many people we don’t remember. We probably met them when we were still living here. But it’s been years. We had our own table from the adults so we ordered our own foods. The gang was happy with what Rachel and I ordered so … that’s good.
The kids then went and got Asian dessert. I was the only one eating a hot dessert while the rest ate cold. I think I’m getting a cold from the air conditioner. B turned it to 22 degrees Celsius the first few nights. Now that it’s on 25, it feels much better and I feel much better. Hopefully I’ll be better by the time we board for Phuket.
Okay … bed time. ZZz .. night y’all … or morning.