Wednesday, March 28, 2007
Man, we have REDBOX and they have GREENBOX, hahaz, but i was told that have a Redbox in Hong Kong too, is that where they originated? If anyone knows, do tell me, hahaz, or else i would be a "kampung boy". As we waited for the uncle to come pick us up at the subway station, I saw this guy waiting right beside this particular sign(the sign is only readable to chinese reading people, lolz).
For those of you who can't read chinese, it meant no waiting and perpetrators will be fined, so I guess this guy ain't afraid of the cops eh, hahaz. After 15 minutes, my father's buddy picked us up.
Its a SEAFOOD restaurant, lolz, so obviously written there eh, hahaz.
They had such big crabs in their aquariums(all of them is dinner, bwahahahaha, so cruel), my parents and I were like, OMG!!!!!! BIG!!! But it was no suprise for ma dad, lolz, only me and my mom.
Look at the crab, going into my stomach in a few minutes, hehehehehe....
This lil furry creaures are actually abalone, whether you believe it or not, ewwww.....
As we entered, this statue of Guan Gong stood tall inside the restaurant, its a common sight in Hong Kong and China
This is Uncle Paul, my dad's good buddy.
Here's my mom(left) and Auntie Lim(right), both pretty damsels, hahaz!!!
The 3 musketeers, from left: Uncle Eddie, Uncle Paul and my dad, all very close to totally drunk, bwahaha!!!
They poured me a glass too, but as I have very low alcohol tolerant level, dare not drink, in the end gave all to my mom.
A groupie with the pretty damsels!!!
Yup, I forgot to photograph the food before we ate(again....haiz...), so this is what is left when i photographed it.....
Went to the toilet to wash my hands but the poster said "hand", so I did not know whether to wash my right or left hand, hahaz, joking...
After dinner, we went straight home and slept like logs, seriously, so this is the end for Hong Kong Part 2, Part 3 in the works!!!!
In Malaysia, we call this store guardians, lolz.
Wow, colourful way to teach people how to use the escalator.
As you all know from Han Phin's blog(for those of you who know Han Phin a.k.a Koolz), TMNT is coming to rock our Malaysian cinemas!!! Cowabunga!!!! There was an earlier version of the movie and it was actually filmed using real humans, I watched the movie as a small kid but forgot what the storyline was, lolz, anyway, to celebrate the coming forth of TMNT, here are the Bio's of the 4 turtles coming on April 5th, ya!!!! Cowabunga!!!
The Battle Commander for the Turtles
Weapons: Katana Blades, Turtle Fist Daggers, Ninja Stars, Kama
Birthplace: McMahon's Pet Emporium, Chesabeake Bay
Height: 5' 1" on two legs
Weight: 155 lbs.
Shell: Bullet proof and shock resistant
Like his Florentine namesake, Leonardo is the perfect Turtle. In the lidless eyes of his allies, he is known as the unofficial commander of the Turtles and Splinter's star pupil.
Because of his keen eyesight and sensitive hearing, Leonardo is extremely well-balanced, which makes him more skillful when wielding his ever flashing katana blades. No matter how dangerous the situation, Leo doesn't mind sticking his neck out.
The Witty Voice of the Turtles
Weapons: Sai, Turtle Fist Daggers, Ninja Stars, Kama
Birthplace: Shelly's Pet City, New Hampshell
Height: 5' 1"
Weight: 147 lbs. with shell
Age: 15 (people) years
Shell: Hard as old chewing gum
Raphael is the wittiest Turtle you're likely to stumble over. If things aren't going his way, his tongue snaps out sarcastic jokes dipped in poison. Even though he's referred to as the snapping ninja, the Turtles know he means well.
Raph's clever skill with the deadly Sai allows him to strike at a distance and really keep the Foot in stitches. His way with a manhole cover has made him famous in sewers everywhere. Raph uses the 100 pound discs to flatten the Foot and to shield off Anti-Turtle blasts.
The Wild & Crazy Turtle
Weapons: Nunchukus, Turtle Fist Daggers, Ninja Stars, Kama
Birthplace: Woodys Pet Shop, Pennshellvania
Weight: 150 lbs.
Age: 15 1/2 (people) years
Shell: Hard and polished to a waxy finish
Michaelangelo is a party reptile. Even though the sinister Shredder may be slicing his way through the manhole cover, Mike stays cool... cool because he's the master of the whirling nunchukus. It takes eight pounds of pressure per square inch to break bone. The nunchukus generate ninety!
In the midst of the most perilous battles, Mike can be seen swinging his deadly nunchukus in one hand while dangling a wedge of pizza in the other. Mike dreams to someday use Shredder's cutting armor to grate cheese on his pepperoni and ice cream pizza.
The Turtles' Creative Genius
Weapons: Bo (Staff), Turtle Fist Daggers, Ninja Stars, Kama
Birthplace: Joe's Pet Place, Slowklahoma
Height: 4' on two legs
Weight: 145 lbs.
Shell: Hard as tank armor
Donatello is the best idea Turtle you'll ever find. He's the brains of the group and the designer of the Turtle vehicles. Rather than use his bo or brawn, Donatello would prefer inventing some device or clever apparatus to foil the foe. Still, Don's one powerful reptile with his staff, which enables him to parry, vault and crush! Even Don gets "Turtle-sized" pleasure in stomping the Foot.
After a tough battle, Don relaxes by watching programs on his own invention - turtlevision.
Lolz, ok then, after a quick Bio, here's some trailers to whet your appetite for the upcoming movie, thats all for now, stay cool and like the TMNT's always say, COWABUNGA!!!!!
The Final Trailer
Friday, March 23, 2007
This was the hotel my parents and I stayed in during our stay in Hong Kong called the Imperial Hotel, but trust me, its not "Imperial" at all.(By the way, I forgot to take pics of the hotel room throughout the whole vacation, sorry)
Right in front of the hotel, was Jackie greeting us into Hong Kong, whoopee!!!!
My parents taking a picture with Jackie
I was trying to take a picture with the bus, but i wasn't ready when my father took the pic and the bus was already moving so thus my weird expression, lolz...
In the end, I also took a picture with Jackie, lolz!!
Beside the hotel, there was a store which sold comics, and look what comic we found, Long Hu Men a.k.a Dragon Tiger Gate. Apart from the comic store we also found a uhm....."accessory" shop.....if you know what I mean.....
Yup, don't see these that much in M'sia eh...
Look closely at the shape, 1 costs over HK200$, yikes!!!!
lolz, playboy and others.....
Ok, enough of that, lets go back to sight-seeing, uhm....
Wonder why I took a picture of this guy? Its because there are tons of Indians walking and living in Hong Kong, lolz, I guess there is some Malaysian flava here!!!
My father and I was eager to buy a Nintendo Wii, so our first agenda was to travel to Sham Shui Po, where we heard had the best prices on these consoles. bought a ticket and went all the way down there:
ADULT... got used to that....
Hmmm, I wonder where this is??? Oh, there's the sign!!!
Lolz, this is 1 very cool place, I tell ya!!!!
There were tons and tons of people walking and looking around in the arcade, seriously, it was hard to even move!! Nintendo has made a very big influence in Hong Kong, The customers only asked about the DS and Wii, both Nintendo products.
Gizmos sold by the promoters.
My father and I scouted around for the best price and finally we bought ourselves the Wii we came for, lolz, and I tell ya, its a good buy. so damn innovative!!!
as it was already late we decided to call it a day and took the subway back to where our hotel was, Chim Tsa Tsui, there was where our hotel was. In the subway, we saw
a lady playing the DS, so cool!!!!
Wow!!! So cool
Caught a glimpse at her game, its a cooking game!!!
That's Hong Kong part 1, so until next time, lolz!!!!!