via Daily Prompt: Blossom This year we celebrated Sakurahana in Japan. This is also known as the spring festival. Since I was twelve years old and watching Card Captor Sakura, I have always wanted to visit Japan to see the cherry blossoms. Last year, we saw some by chance, but were a little early… Continue reading Blossom.
Delicious drinks and dinner last night, marked the start of the weekend and the end of a busy week. Colleagues and I toasted the end of a big project. We headed to Madam S’ate a bar in Civic Square, Elements. I had not been before but tagged along in search of cider. We ordered fish… Continue reading Madam S’ate Drinks and Dinner.
To celebrate an anniversary, hubby took me to the Glasshouse restaurant on the roof of the IFC. Recently I have been feeling down about being different to my colleagues and acquaintances. I could write a whole post on this, and although there are some people who have been unkind to me and tried to push… Continue reading Fancy Dinner and “I would like to be like that”.
Summer is approaching, and soon it will be wedding season. As I prepare to attend weddings when I return to the UK, I find myself reflecting on my own wedding. Back then, when I trawled the internet for wedding articles, I found a lack of information accomodating to an Asian-British wedding. I have talked a… Continue reading How to plan a multi-cultural wedding.
This week, Hubby and I tried a new restaurant/ bar called The Stadium. You can find it in Kwun Tong, in an old industrial building which has been renovated into a hipster hotspot. Hubby wanted to try the burgers, and I was just along for the ride! We walked in with no booking, at around… Continue reading Visiting the Stadium.
This week I acted my age and went for drinks and a party. I beat my social anxiety yet again and had cocktails at Cicada (on Elgin Street). I was with a good friend and two of her colleagues, they were nice people and we had lovely chats. The drinks were delicious, I had the… Continue reading Dinner, Drinks, Dancing
This was our first Lunar New Year as a married couple. This meant we had to dish out a lot of lucky money or “laih si”. New Years Eve We also went to the market there and bought some lovely flowers, plus some char siu ( BBQ pork) for his grandma. It was so busy… Continue reading How we celebrated Lunar New Year in Hong Kong