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Our last day in Hong Kong.
After getting everything packed, I asked Jeroen to walk with me to the mall to get some “breakfast.”
Since we were in an out-of-the way hotel in Taikoo Shing, the closest mall was the depressing City Plaza.


I wasn’t really in the mood for fast food, but no choice. I hardly ate this, but at least I got a toy.


Watched the livestream of Pacquiao-Marquez at the lobby while waiting for the van to take us to the airport

Watching Pacquiao while waiting for van

In case you missed it, Jimi Jamison, former lead singer of Survivor, sang “Eye of the Tiger” as Pacquiao entered the ring followed by his entourage, Freddie Roach, and Pambansang Anino.

To me, Jinkee looked Japanese

JInkee Pacquiao

Fell asleep on the way to the airport. Loved it.
Here’s something NAIA needs: a police station where people can easily report stolen bags and corrupt customs inspectors

Police station

We could also use the mini carts for our carryons—especially upon arrival cause sometimes that trek from gate to immigration can be quite a bummer

HK cart

Spotted: Rachel Rillo and Isa Lorezo of Silverlens Gallery on their way to Seoul

Rachel and Isa

Made it to the plane at 4 PM for our 4:30 flight. The banyo was nice and big!
You wanted to see my Belo-fied arm (lipo + BodyTite), here it is!

My arm

Slept all the way and woke up as we landed in NAIA, where Jeroen pointed out, how come there’s no “Nothing To Declare” exit? There’s Goods to Declare

Goods to declare

OFW Lane


and Express Lane (6 pieces of luggage or less)

Express lane?

What about the other people?

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