Get down to Kwun Tong or Tseung Kwan O now! There is a free skateboarding event all day at both skate parks. If you can brave the heat and fear of being judged for your Taobao skateboard then join the fun for a chance to win prizes. There are drinks provided and free gifts such… Continue reading Vans Go Skateboarding Day 2018.
It’s raining here in Hong Kong and my Hygge mood is on. I am just rolling around he apartment being lazy with no desire to go outside. I found that this year our little tucked away corner of Hong Kong has become so busy that it’s become very stressful to go out at the weekend.… Continue reading Rainy day Saturday.
Today hubby and I visited the Cheesecake Factory in Harbour city, Tsim Shall Tsui. I am so full and had to roll back home. If you enjoy big portions, this is the place for you! We ordered the Mac n Cheese balls, Sliders and a Veggie burger with Fries. We shared it and it was… Continue reading Cheesecake factory Hong Kong
Yesterday, hubby and I visited the Grand Buffet in Hopewell center, Wan Chai. It was my first visit and it surpassed my expectations! You take the lift at street level to the 62nd floor. From the restaurant you can see the harbour skyline of Hong Kong. We went during the dinner buffet, which begins at… Continue reading The Grand Buffet, Hong Kong
Today we went back to the Kerry Hotel on Hong Kong for the brunch buffet. We arrived before 12 and found it a little crowded and noisy. However the food and views were sublime. The prices have increased a little to when the hotel initially opened. However for the quality of food, paying around 400… Continue reading Saturday brunch buffet.
This morning I saw the weather and realised what a good day it was to work from home! There is a big typhoon on the way to Guangdong province. As a result, Hong Kong is amidst a tropical depression as well as an actual depression! Theong awaited typhoon called for some hygge vibes and a… Continue reading A quick digital declutter
It’s the week of afternoon teas! Hubby and I tried a new place “Greyhound cafe”. It claims to be inspired by the cuisine of Bangkok. Although the service was shaky, the food was good and the price was right! Well worth a visit! Thanks for reading! https://www.openrice.com/en/hongkong/r-greyhound-cafe-central-thai-meatless-menu-r67347