Thursday, August 24, 2017

Reminiscing My 6-Day Hong Kong Trip On My 18th Birthday

I just turned 25 years old today and I'm very happy with my achievements so far. As I look back to my previous travels, I noticed that I'm now a matured one. I can now plan on my own, and manage my finances well. 


Seven years have passed since I turned 18 years old and it's still fresh on my memory. My 18th birthday was took place at Hong Kong last 2010. I didn't have a grand ball or ceremony on my debut because frankly, I don't have lots of friends. I can't even imagine how will I fill-up my 18 roses, candles, etc. Just to get things straight, I'm a kind person. Having a few friends doesn't mean that I'm not a friendly person. I really don't know why I only have a few friends. Maybe others thought that I'm such a boring, quiet person and not friendly at all. When I was still a student, I randomly go out with my best friends: Lourein and Gretzel. Most of the time, my daily routine was: home -> school -> home. 

Moving forward, here are some of the details of my 6-Day Hong Kong Trip dated August 2010.

Note: I didn't have a good camera back then. So the photos were not that good.

August 23, 2010 - I headed to Hong Kong with my mom and my aunt. My sister wasn't with us. Her debut was took place at Singapore and Malaysia way back 2011.

HK International Airport
August 24, 2010 - My 18th birthday!!! We went to HK Disneyland for my birthday. I felt that I was like a kid. Hehe.


August 25, 2010 - We had a shopping at Langham Shopping Mall and Ladies' Market at Mongkok.




The One shopping mall was newly opened (May 2010) at that time.


August 26, 2010 - We experienced riding in a cable car: Ngong Ping 360 and walked up to the Giant Buddha.





August 27, 2010 - We went to HK Ocean Park! 



August 28, 2010 - Our last day in Hong Kong. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to capture more photos on that day because we're busy struggling on how to get back home. We weren't get lost at HK International Airport.

How about you? What happened on your debut? Share your experience.

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