Infrastructure Exhibition

LoL… planned to visit the Arts Museum today but both Gehrig and I woke up too late, so we improvised and went to the Hong Kong Infrastructure Museum located in Central (photos are posted under My Blog Photos).  It’s interactive and comprises many aspects of Basic Infrastructure – ranging from Logistic to Renewal.  The Stonecutter Bridge is magnificent, and the water treatment project is daunting, if you will.   We were the last two people to leave the exhibition and then we took the tram to CWB.
I missed the tram so much that I got so hyper when I hopped on it.  It’s something HK should preserve, and showing our ancestors were so smart and cared about the environment… lol   We spent some time tin Toys ‘R Us and I was close to buy the Dog-Opoly (doggie version of monopoly) Does the copyright expire??? We headed to IKEA after that, and both of us got something – essential of course (dun say that I’m wasting money again ).  Both of us were hav’n so much fun that we even missed our sense of time and didn’t go for dinner until 10.

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