Hong Kong Moblog

Wan Chai MTR station (灣仔) in Hong Kong. Taken as the doors of the MRT opened.

I was in Hong Kong yesterday. I didn’t take my Nikon D200 but took my phone to moblog. Here are the results. Happily, I can take about 1000 pictures with my phone before I fill up the 2GB memory card.

To see other Hong Kong Photo series that I took, see below:

I’ve just gone through my archives and noticed that there are a few series that I haven’t posted, mainly from Thailand and from Hong Kong. I will update this on the weekend.

All photos taken with a Sony Ericsson K810i 3.2MP camera phone on the 17th of August 2007 in Hong Kong and Banqiao.

Taken at the same time.

I ususally spend some time around Causeway Bay (銅鑼灣) in Hong Kong when I am there. It’s a premiere shopping district and is close to everything downtown.

Another well known MTR station in Hong Kong, Admiralty (金鐘).

Good resolution for a camera phone. I’ve photographed this building almost everytime that I was in Hong Kong.

On the way to the airport, on the Airport Express (機場快綫). It’s part of the MTR system and makes getting to the city easy as pie. Service stops at 12:30AM.

Still on the train, looking at some nice mountains.

Waiting for my flight in the beautifully lit Hong Kong airport.

Some light reading that I was doing while in Hong Kong. I finished Ender’s Game, Speaker of the Dead and Xenocide by Orson Scott Card. I liked those novels.

My China Airlines Airbus A330 plane waiting for me. The seats weren’t that comfortable, they were made for little people. But it was a cheap flight. Food on the China Airlines flights isn’t good. I like Cathay Pacific a lot more.

Waiting for the bus at Taoyuan International Airport. Be careful, because taxis will charge you a 50% surcharge to drive you anywhere outside of Taoyuan. Another good option would be to get to the high speed rail terminal from the airport using a taxi. However, it’s located a bit outside the city. Still, it would take 20 minutes to get to Taipei from Taoyuan with HSR.

Banqiao Train Station (板橋火車站), a welcome sight.

Finding your scooter isn’t easy if you don’t remember the aisle number. I did, but I can see how troubling it could be.

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