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Sunday, October 27, 2013

Hong Kong #9: CityU Photo Session. Intra-Hall Football Competition.

Location: Hong Kong
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It feels like it was a long time since I last posted here, but I guess it's because this has been a longer and busier week than normal. Midterms' period is now over; however, projects, paperwork, and presentation period is coming soon.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Hong Kong #8: Real Estate. Hong Kong Marathon. Gourami. +Poem

Location: Hong Kong
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Gourami's Fall/Winter Collection
Hong Kong Real estate.

Have I ever told you my interests in architectures, designs, and real estate? Well, that's one of the reasons I took the opportunity to work with Coldwell Banker, the number one real estate company in the United States, when the opportunity was presented a couple years ago. I enjoy looking at properties and planning possible development opportunities. This week I had the chance to take a closer look at some real estates in Hong Kong as well as how realtors show apartments to their clients.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Hong Kong #7: Happy Valley. Macau Trip.

Location: Macau SAR
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Ruins of St. Paul's
First of all, let me give a huge thanks to all of you that wished me a happy birthday last week and a bigger thanks to all of you who celebrated with me  before, during, and after this especial day. It's been another incredible week in Hong Kong, in which I've enjoyed its daily activities, deepen some friendships, and of course traveling :)

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Hong Kong #6: Guangzhou-Panyu Trip. Chimelong Water Park. Beijing Road. Birthday.

Location: Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
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It's all about the water and the good time you spend here with friends

As I write Hong Kong #6, I'm still inside the bus on my way back to Hong Kong from mainland China.

Guangzhou-Panyu Trip.

This weekend we've decided to take a trip to Panyu, Guangzhou, where one of the biggest water parks in Asia is located. Everything started during Friday evening when our group got together and went to the bus station that is behind one of the malls in the Kwai Fong MTR station. Buses from here normally depart every 10-15 minutes after 6:00 p.m and you need to make sure to buy tickets beforehand inside one of the malls' travel agencies. For us, we decided to buy tickets some days before Friday and as we were buying them, we got a group discount ( tickets are HKD 110 each one ).

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