Snippets of Hong Kong Life
Camera: Nikon D90
When one night I decided to hike a mountain on my own.
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Jump-off point: Evercrest Golf Course, Nasugbu
LLA: 14.0408 N 120.8011 E 811 MASL
Days required / Hours to summit: 1 day / 2-4 hours
Specs: Minor climb, Difficulty 4/9, Trail class 3 with 60-70 degrees assault
Note: Info about the mountain was lifted from www.pinoymountaineer.com
Probably one of my most romanticized destination, Sagada lies in the the beautiful mountain ranges of the cordilleras in Mountain Province. It was one hell of an adventure exploring Sagada with friends who happen to be first time travelers!
View from our boat as we approach Virigin Island on our Island Hopping activity in Bantayan, Cebu.
I was out biking to explore and discover more of Bantayan Island. I biked all the way till the road vanished into a rough trail leading to a beach. I asked a fisherman trying to fix his nets what the name of the beach is, he replied that it is unnamed. Alas I have found a gem!
As I stand from the beach of soft sand I can see the rain pouring heavily from the heavens on a nearby island. Amazed by the view, wI was, but thankfuly I snapped back into reality and realized that that rain was actually coming my way.
I biked as fast as I can back to the town proper, but the rain caught me. For the next hour I was held a prisoner of a shed.
Bantayan Island November 20, 2014
Hong Kong is no exemption to poverty. In the streets of Sham Shui Po, a popular shopping district in Kowloon, a lot of these street vendors selling anything that they can salvage from mobile phones of the past, bags, shoes, practically anything!
A lady steadily stands as she fiddles her phone in front of the Tea Cups ride while I try to capture the dizzying ride at Hong Kong Disneyland.
One of the main reasons why I wanted to get to Hong Kong (Xiang Gang) is because of this view. It was a challenge taking this photo without a tripod and just used the railing at the Sky Terrace. I spent a few minutes only at the peak as my dad who was with me on this trip was tired already because of all of the lining up that we did. Nevertheless, it was all worth it.