03/02/2014 liza

Did you know that the Mid-Level Escalator in Hong Kong is the longest covered escalator system in the world? According to the Wikipedia,  “The entire system covers over 800 metres (2,600 ft) in distance and elevates over 135 metres (443 ft) from bottom to top.  It was constructed in 1993 to provide a better commute by linking areas within the Central and Western District on Hong Kong Island. It consists of twenty escalators and three inclined moving walkways. ” It could take you an approximately 20 minutes to got the uphill.  And we’ve been there from the bottom to top…

07/17/2013 liza 2Comment

It was my 32nd birthday when my Honey and I finally met with the new 7 Wonders of Nature – our very own Underground River in Puerto Princesa, Palawan. It was an awesome and truly memorable birthday celebration. Puerto Princesa Underground River Palawan, Philippines This shot is the entrance of the Underground River.  In front of us is a couple (American with Filipino wife). Going to Puerto Princesa Underground River Palawan, Philippines Here are some photos inside the Puerto Princesa Underground River. The stones are called stalactites and stalagmites which has been…

07/16/2012 liza

I always say that memories are the best souvenirs that you can have when you travel.  However, more often than not, these memories are much better if they are captured by video or camera.  But then again, for some people, pictures aren’t enough.  So if you are going to Baguio and you want something to take home and give to your loved ones (aside from strawberries and fresh veggies) , here are some of the things that you might want to consider.

And because Baguio is known for beautiful flowers, I also took the chance to take some…

03/23/2010 liza

I just stumble upon a site that tells about the vintage photos of Angelina when she was still 15 years old. She’s so naive and young. Now that she’s 34, she still looks the same, I must say! Oh by the way, Angelina Jolie’s portraits are for sale with estimated value of  $400 – $600 Photo Credits: Harry Langdon See more details here