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.
As I had a free house this Sunday, I decided to have some friends over for a gathering. Rather than battling to get a table in the Hong Kong rush hour this week, we had an afternoon picnic at my place and all had a good chance to eat, chat and enjoy new kinds of… Continue reading Sunday Sharing and Saving.
As my phone has broken I am without connection to the world, and also saving up to buy a new one. However, the problem is, I have so much time off, having taken leave for a family visit. So what should I do? If you find yourself without a phone or cash here are some… Continue reading A free day out in Hong Kong.
Here are some snaps from my recent trip to Ocean Park, Hong Kong. I was lucky enough to be gifted a ticket so I went for a little adventure! I’m not so into the rides and in my previous Ocean Park post, I mentioned this! Having braved the roller coaster last time, I decided to… Continue reading Ocean Park 2018
Yesterday, Hubby and I were invited to his Mum’s-cousin’s-house for dinner. We arrived at six, to a grand feast laid on the table and ten hungry Taiwanese relatives waiting to be fed. We sat down to eat, and every time we finished a dish, a new one appeared. It was such a marvel. Grateful, to… Continue reading The Grand Taiwanese Buffet.
Today is a reset day for me and what better way to reset than by baking a delicious snack! I’m adapting a recipe from Sophie Dahl’s cookbook “Miss Dahl’s Voluptuous Delights”. The recipe calls for apples, raisins butter, brown sugar and cinnamon. I’m adapting mine, using apples (naturally) cinnamon, lemon juice and sugar. First core… Continue reading Sunday Hygge: Baking Apples
This week I was able to meet up with most of my pals who were back home for the holidays. My favourite conversation was with two of my friends in a small tea shop in Colchester. One of the friends also lives in Asia, and visits us occasionally. She was the one who really encouraged… Continue reading Advice from Oracle and new goals.