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July 4, 2007
posted by Nk. at 11:14 PM

aaiiieeeee. i shoulda coaxed mira to bring her mac to HK when we went there, para di nabahaw kwento ko lintek!

anyway, these are some of the things i learned in HK:

1. first thing i noticed, A LOT of mercedes benzes, bmws, lexuses and audis! on our last day in HK, i learned from our tour guide andy (we had a quick city tour -- which was a little odd really, like mira and i have literally been all over the city already lol) that owning a taxi in HK costs as much as a new mercedes-benz car. both cost around $HK 3 million. nevertheless, you'll see a mercedes-benz in the city at a rate of 1 every 2-3 minutes.

also saw a number of mini coopers and jaguars, aaanndd porsche cayman s's.

2. second, there's a LOT of lovin' going on in HK! seriously, i though i was in honeymoonland with all the couples holding hands in th streets, malls, or smooching in disney, everywhere! which isn't a bad thing at all =)

3. HK serves angry food there. unlike when you order something with rice here in the philippines you get rice from a cup, measured so carefully you'd think you could get imprisoned if you ate more than that. in HK, you get rice in the damn plate. i went home a size bigger, what can i do, the food was good and the serving generous!

to be continued...=P