Kota Beach Resort, Santa Fe Bantayan
You might have heard of Camp Sawi, the fictional boot camp for broken hearted men and women in the middle of nowhere surrounded by sea and sand. That movie was shot in Kota Beach Resort located less than 10 minutes away from the Santa Fe Port, in the Bantayan Islands of Northern Cebu. Sadly the Camp Sawi Signage isn’t up anymore but the beach is definitely more than a movie set.
Ultralight Flying Experience, Angeles Flying Club
Thinking of doing something different on a date? Try taking it up another level by literally going up, up and away at the Angeles Flying Club! Not only do you get to ride a plane, but you actually get to fly it by yourself too (with a teacher of course). Continue reading
Tian Tian Buddha, Ngong Ping
One of my favorite parts of our Hong Kong trip was visiting the Tian Tian Buddha in Ngong Ping. To see it we went to Lantau Island via the Ngong Ping 360 which is a 20 minute cable car ride from Tung Chung.
LAN KWAI FONG, HONG KONG
Lan Kwai Fong is a popular clubbing/nightlife area in Central, Hong Kong. Locals and foreigners alike can choose among the numerous bars, clubs and restaurants around. We went there with the purpose of staying in one club, but there were so many people, and quite frankly I don’t enjoy noisy places that much so it seems like we ended up doing a photo shoot around the area instead. LOL.
The other half of our trip was spent in Osaka. The environment was very different but no less interesting.
We left Kyoto Hotel Monterey late afternoon, rode a train and arrived in Osaka Brighton Hotel after about 2 hours. We didn’t waste time and went immediately to Dotonbori! As expected, it was a very busy place with lots of interesting installments and decorations around.
*This post is long overdue. I couldn’t figure out how to write about it at first because we went to so many places and I took tons of photos. It was so hard to organize in my mind in a way that I feel you guys would appreciate.
You can get lost but never feel alone in this side of Kuala Lumpur. Jalan Alor is the place to go for anyone who wants to try the local food (and doesn’t mind walking/eating in the streets). I must say it’s quite difficult to tell what local is anymore though because the country is so diverse.
The food is amazing! And they’re really cheap too. You can find stalls where you can grill fresh sea food and meat. Many of the dishes seem to be Chinese but there are some that taste Indian or a combination of both.