Sunday, October 18, 2009

Hong Kong, October

Picture took near Star Ferry

On my way to Tai Yuan Street to buy Tomica

Took this picture because it look like our HDB flats

Old buildings at Electric Road

I'll be staying in King's Hotel in Nov 2009. See you again Hong Kong.

Friday, October 2, 2009

First Day in Mumbai

Our hotel is just 3 to 5 mins drive from Airport. If traffic jam, we can walk or run there to catch our flight.

Souvenir Hunter

Me hunting for Made in India Toy Cars

Me hunting for miniature Taj Mahal

Don't flame me. Not my idea. I am just entertaining the crowd.

INMEX 2009 Exhibition

First ever Pmax booth in Marine exhibition and we given our first time to India

I am proud to represent Pmax for our first ever exhibition

Gupta from Tru-Marine Vigil, our nanny during our trip.

OOps, our ride had a punctured tyre and driver Ashok comes to the rescue on our way back from exhibition.

Julian at work, presenting our company to Mr. Patel of Great Eastern Shipping.

Group photo with staff of Wilhelmsen

Finally, 3 musketeers of Singapore


Common sights of children selling things or asking for money when you stop at traffic lights. They are kind of pitiful but you cannot give them money. This is just not right and heard some are syndicates.

Slums or squatters which we do not see everyday in Singapore

Victoria Terminals

A Chevrolet Showroom

Rolex Restaurant???? What they serve I wonder

Thursday, October 1, 2009

KFC India

I have tried KFC around the world. India is no exception.

Gateway of India

The Gateway of India was built to commemorate the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Bombay, prior to the Delhi Durbar, in December 1911. The foundation stone was laid on 31 March 1911, by the Governor of Bombay Sir George Sydenham Clarke, with the final design of George Wittet sanctioned in August 1914. Between 1915 and 1919 work proceeded on reclamations at Apollo Bundar for the land on which the gateway and the new sea wall would be built. The foundations were completed in 1920, and construction was finished in 1924. The Gateway was opened on 4 December 1924, by the Viceroy, the Earl of Reading.
The last British troops to leave India, the First Battalion of the Somerset Light Infantry, passed through the Gateway in a ceremony on 28 February 1948

(Taken from Wikipedia)

Mac India

Me seducing Mr. Ronald MacDonald

Ordering Counter. We order our food and they serve to us while others have to wait and self-serve. I didn't know the few of us are VIPs.

Happy Meal Toys, Monsters vs Aliens

Pizza McPuff, it taste like Curry Puff to me but sweet version