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... a little costume while she gave out samples. She must have been dying in the costume because every couple minutes she would lift the head up and breathe for a while. Poor girl. After I made my purchases I retraced my steps and headed for home. Once there I worked on some materials for my students. Unfortunately, at the same time I stepped into, and potentially amplified, another strange WeChat drama that may or may not see fall out as a result. It had to do with ...
... duck for dinner.
The real highlight for us though in Hong Kong was a chance to catch up with old friends several of whom had not necessarily met us both! In particular Sarah and Mike who'd moved to HK from London, Baker who'd relocated from Singapore to HK as well as lots of the other regulars!
... 2), lost. When went across to the Galaxy hotel where again we could not get a drink to save our lives- I say that; you could get water or coffee easily just not alcohol! We asked one guy who said 'pay cash?' We said 'yea, how much?' He went off to find out and never came back!! So fed up, we went off to find a bar!! There was a lovely bar with gorgeous cakes for sale- they looked yummy but were quite dear and I'm trying to lose weight so unfortunately, cakes are ...
On Weds, we decided to go to Diamond Hill on the Kowloon side of the harbor to visit the Chi Lin Nunnery and Nan Lian Garden. I had really become a fan of traditional Chinese gardens during the trip, and my uncle suggested this spot as the finest in HK. The nunnery is a modern building, but it was built using the historical Tang Dynasty technique of ...
One of the other words to live by I chose for 2014 was Balance. I often find myself living a life at either one end of the spectrum or the other. Though I would never consider myself to be a "yes" person, I have often found myself saying "Yes!" to others despite meaning "No" to myself. By doing so, I've always made others happy except for myself. It was a valuable lesson I learned about not being true to ...