Thursday, September 21, 2017

My New Zealand Expense

New Zealand
September 7-14, 2017


Roundtrip Plane Ticket via Airasia P17, 764

September 7-8, 2017
Airport Tax P1670
Food Airport P99
Food Plane P200
Airport Bus to Kiwi Backpackers NZD 5
Kiwi Backpackers NZD 30.6 (P1197.82)
Dinner (Indian Express) NZD 22
1 L Bottled water NZD 2

September 9, 2017
Kiwi BP to Airport NZD 5
Plane to Queenstown via Air New Zealand P5000.8
Breakfast (Mc Donalds) NZD 8.8
Bus Airport to Queenstown CBD NZD 12
Absolute Backpackers NZD 36
Skyline Cable Car NZD 35
The LEDGE Bungy (book.me) NZD 136 (P5162.10)
Bungy Video NZD 80
Kawarau Zipride NZD 32 (P1227.72)
Lunch (Fergburger) NZD 14.9
1 L bottled water NZD 1.9
Grocery NZD 3.9
Dinner (KFC) NZD 9.9

September 10, 2017
Queenstown to Christchurch tour via Mt. Cook (Viator) P10,488.38
8 Post cards NZD 4.8
Crunchie NZD 3.5
YHA Christchurch Rolleston House NZD 27
Dinner (Burgerfuel) NZD 7.2

September 11, 2017
Bus to Airport NZD 8.5
Plane to Auckland via Jetstar P1362.90
Breakfast (Burgerking) NZD 9.3
Auckland airport to Papatoetoe train station NZD 3.5
Train Papatoetoe to Britomart NZD 7.0
Nomads Backpackers (2 nights) NZD 50
Grocery NZD 21.3

September 12, 2017
Hobbiton, Rotorua and Waitomo tour (Viator) NZD 15,241

September 13, 2017
Britomart to Mt. Eden NZD 3.5
Mt. Eden to Britomart NZD 3.5
Harbour Cruise tour NZD 42
Grocery/ Souveiners NZD 21.87
Souveniers NZD 27
Post Office NZD 19.8
Train Britomart to Papatoetoe NZD 7.0
Papatoetoe station to AIrport NZD 3.5
Luggage NZD 140!!!!

Australia 6 Shotglass AUD 18.10

September 14, 2017
Breakfast (KL Airport) RM 16
Lunch (plane) RM 20

TOTAL EXPENSE: P 84,829

Saturday, April 18, 2015

In Korea: Food trip in Myeongdong

I love shopping in Myeongdong but I love eating more. Whenever I go to Myeongdong, I always point to all the food until I'm so full. My favorite is the Hoddeok specially when the weather is cold. Others are sausages and some shrimp tempura.






Aside from the street food, there are also restaurants around Myeongdong. You wont be starving here.






In Korea: Snow sledding at Ttukseom Hangang Park

To enjoy winter more with budget and time limits, snow sledding at Tukseom Hangang Park is the answer. 



My snow sledding buddy. He really enjoyed the ride as I did. Good thing there are only few visitors when we went there and so we go sled whenever we can until we are so tired to go up again.


Barbie in boots :)


In Korea: Childrens Grand Park

Childrens Grand Park is an amusement park with a free entrance. 
Directions: Childrens Grand Park Station

















In Korea: BAU House

Bau House is a Dog Lovers cafe. They have small and large breeds of dogs. All of them are so cute and friendly. Actually they go to you and sit at your lap. There are house rules in here because dogs can have different moods too. They can attack you if triggered badly. Anyway, when you go here you have to order beverage for you. It usually cost around KRW 7000. If you are generous to the dogs you can buy and give them treats.
Directions: Hongdae Station






Small dog area while they were fed.






This cuties found a perfect spot in my arms. Who can say no???


This area is for Large breed


Sleepy kid


Trying to post with this Lab but I can't get near him


This one large cutie


Sleepy too???




Wednesday, April 1, 2015

In Korea: Hello Kitty Cafe

I'm not a fan of Hello Kitty but going to a themed cafe or restaurant for me is a bucketlist. Hello Kitty Cafe is located in Sinchon Area. After I went to Ehwa Womans University and shopping around the area, I wanted to have a cup of hot coffee because the snow was hard. I was actually looking for Hello Kitty Cafe but when I got lost, can't find my way there and gave up, tadah! I found the Cafe.



All meow!


I ordered for a coffee and a piece of cake. It was hard to drink and eat this cute stuffs.





The cafe is so cute. All Pink with all the Hello Kitty stuff toys and things. They also sell Hello Kitty goods too.


At the second floor. As you can see its just me on the floor. I think this branch is much less busier than the one in Hongdae.








In Korea: Ewha Womans University

Ewha Womans University (Korean: 이화여자대학교, Hanja: 梨花女子大學校) is a private women's university in central SeoulSouth Korea founded in 1886 by the American Methodist Episcopal missionary Mary F. Scranton. It is currently the world's largest female educational institute and is one of the most prestigious universities in South Korea. (Wikipedia)

Direction: Ewha Womans University Station (Line 2) exit 2 or 3 walk straight ahead





It started to snow!!!