Skydiving has always been on my bucket list for YEARS. I don’t know when and how that will happen, though, I didn’t put a timeline to it neither did I specially plan for anything to make it happen. I just know that if given the chance one day, I’d do skydiving. And with that desire for several years, somehow it just came to pass for me.
While I still have many posts to go for my semi-solo trip adventure, I decided to kick-start the writing of my most recent trip while my memory is still fresh. Since last year, after being inspired by my own bestie, Gen, I decided to go on a solo retreat as well. The kind where you literally do nothing, but just chill, read, enjoy the breeze, sun and waves. I went to Port Dickson last year after reading my own best friend’s post. And this year, I needed a break to just retreat from the world a little and to reflect and refresh my soul.
“Hey-ya” is the way where the people of London greets Hello! And so, I took on my first semi-solo trip after contemplating for ages (after the bestie went for her own solo to Korea, I was really inspired to). So here goes my 15 days of my semi-solo journey (which I’ll explained in a bit).
P.S. This post was supposed to be up last year. I wanted to draft a few posts and schedule them but think that is not happening. So I’ll take my time to slowly blog about my trip last year alright. Work has been hectic and a lot of other things just took priority, ah wells #Life. Though we still enjoy writing & documenting our journey but I think this space will also serve as one that will bring back memories in time to come. Meanwhile, I hope you enjoy this. Till the next :)
Can’t believe 5 days just flew by in a blink of an eye!
As mentioned in Day 3’s post, we went back to Capitol/Christy cafe for our breakfast. Since the cafe is within Hong Kong Island, we took the tram to our next destination – Duck Shing Ho Egg Roll @ North Point. Yes, the tram only operates within Hong Kong Island and it is only about 2.4HKD per ride. Well, it used to be 2HKD 6 years ago and that was how I commuted to work daily. Continue reading