Wuzhou Guest House
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Christmas is well under way here. Alex and I have both had our Christmas shows and respective work Christmas dinners. I just thought I'd share a couple of photos of mine.
My "dynamic" Christmas show was cute again this year. Due to Barbie sponsoring Christmas in the mall and dominating the whole lower floor, we had to perform it on the Friday night after work, standing in front of a pink Barbie house, with gaps in the seating around the Barbie Christmas tree. Of ...
... my college's celebration, is that it looked like a 10-year-old's birthday party. They had organized several games to play such as solving riddles, trying to blow out as many candles as possible and throwing rings around bottles. If you managed to fill up a card of stamps by playing these games, you got to choose some candies. There was also a lucky draw, which allowed you to win a notebook (the paper kind - not the laptop kind). The funniest part was that the local ...
Most unique moment of the day: climbing railing for sweet rooftop photo ops
Coolest moment of the day: reconnecting with college friend Magnus and meeting his girlfriend Magdalina
Quote of the day: "Oh my goodness! Is that because we're up so high?" –Hayley referring to the outside temperature (-50°F/-??°C) during the HKG-JFK flight
Eight-hour flight from Perth to Hong Kong
- Hayley slept
- Owen ...
... Showroom last night: “Your Hit Parade.” It was like reliving the 50s and 60s. We enjoyed the performance by the six on-board Volendam singers, backed up by a quintet of talented musicians. We had previously enjoyed a very talented mime and a terrific (and gorgeous) red-headed Ukrainian female violinist.Tonight’s show will be: “Multi-instrumentalist Andy Buenger” who will present “..the power of music, electrifying solos, ...
... shops, next to buckets of turtles. Welfare wise, it was probably a bit iffy, but it was an incredible site. Our next stop was the Bird Garden, which essentially sounded pretty similar, but for birds in cages, rather than fish in bags! On the way, we seemed to stumble across the plant equivalent as well. Everything that was being sold in Hong Kong seemed to have a dedicated area. It was probably getting a bit late for the bird garden, as when we got there, it seemed to ...