Victoria Harbour, Hong Kong
Our Hong Kong trip is a bitter-sweet trip. Bitter in the sense that we were not able to catch our flight going back to Cebu, hence the additional 26k expense for the one day extension plus all the stress in booking flight, hotel accommodation and getting additional pocket money as we already spent all our pocket money for the first 5 days. Sweet because we were able to enjoy the trip so much it covers up all the frustration I felt due to the unplanned one day extension.
I will not be stressing you about my sentiments, but I will show you how beautiful this trip has become.
Upon our arrival, we were supposed to visit the Avenue of the Stars but it was closed at the time of our visit because it is under renovation, so we decided to go straight to Victoria Harbour instead.
The Victoria Harbour visit turned out to be an outfit photo-shoot due to scenic views that I want to be captured as my background. It is also a great place to chill after tiring flight; to marvel the beauty of the lake and skyscraper buildings, feel the breeze on your face and enjoy the outdoor weather because boy, it was 21 degree Celsius in Hong Kong on our first day, while it was 32 degree Celsius in the Philippines before we left.
We lingered for a while just to relax before we head back to our hotel to check in.
Hope you enjoyed my blog. I’ll be blogging in order from the first day up to the last day, so my next post will be my visit to Nan Lian Garden and Chi Lin Nunnery.
Top: Retro Doll
Vest: Collezione Donna
Shoes: Forever 21