(Read Day One report Here)
Rise and shine, day two begun! As I slept really late the night before and being the sleepy head I am, I was the last to the breakfast table ( we reached our rooms around 12+am, by the time I turned in, it was already past 2am)
After a very satisfying breakfast (Kowloon hotel's breakfast variety is love !) I went straight back to my room to prepare. And I spent at least 20minutes ironing my entire costume. Long time readers would know, my most hated household chore is ironing! I really dislike it =.= .
We all met around 12.15pm at the hotel lobby and then got ferried to the event location! Which was really just a stone's throw away but because YukiGodBless and Jiaki had massive costumes, we all got a bus to ferry us instead. What luck xD!
Upon reaching, we were then led to level 9's allocated changing room where a few of the performers were already preparing. We met Chaumet there !
We were then briefed by the Animax team on the itinerary for the day while we continued to prepare ourselves.
It was one of the best part of the trip because everyone gathered together at the same place and helped each other. Watch day 2 video to see more!
With Rochelle from Magnetic-Rose.net!
Very lovely lady! Being with her makes me feel safe haha. Like a big sister who is so knowledgeable and worldy.
And even though the area was small, the scale and programs were not!
Censored his face since he always censor his own face in his blog xD
A representative from each country was then invited on stage to share the cosplay and Halloween culture over at their hometowns. And at the end of the interview, each representative was then invited to draw the lucky owners of some giveaway prizes such as figurines.
Met this bunch of awesome Vocaloid Sandplay cosplayers. They are a really beautiful bunch with equally beautiful costumes! Also love how friendly they are =) BTW, the Kagamine Len is Chaumet from Animax.
The dinner time was another highlight of the entire trip for us. Because it was the only time everyone sat down at the same table. And we all decided to write down our contacts and short message for each other on the restaurant's paper.
After the fabulous dinner, we headed back to our hotel, rapidly changed out and cabbed over to Temple Street!
Something funny happened during our short stopover at the hotel.
You know how you always end up telling your travel mates that you'll let them know your plans again. But you go back to your individual rooms and realize, you forgot their room number! Yeah, that's what happened. Going up the lift, I told Akira I'll contact him again. Only to realise I don't know his room number at all! And I don't know his real name either so when I called up the front desk... you can figure out how embarrassing it was @.@
Anyway we cabbed over to Temple Street which is a night market selling mostly ornaments. Similar to Bugis Village in Singapore.Sadly, the only thing I bought there was this magnet.
Not wanting the night pass over so quickly, we starting strolling around. We walked to the tower, took some photos and then walked back to our hotel!
Yeah, my feet were dying by then haha. But the lovely company made the whole experience so enjoyable. I almost didn’t want the night to end >-
Much apologies for the lousy photographs, my camera don’t work well in low lights T_T. Video to come soon! Stay Tuned!