Today I went on a lovely day trip to Norwich to visit my friend from University. She took me on a wonderful day trip to Horning, Wroxham and Salford. In Horning we had a drink at The Swan pub and watched the boats go past. There was a mild collision where two boats bumped and… Continue reading Norfolk Broads and boats.
Last week I visited a buddy, and we went on a vegan foodie tour of Cambridge. First for lunch was Stem & Glory, a vegan cafe near Jesus Green. We both order the large buffet for around eight pounds. You can choose from a large selection of food, all vegan friendly. After we had coffee… Continue reading Vegan eats in Cambridge.
Located near the famous Blue House in Wan Chai, Bite Unite is a cafe I have been wanting to try for a while. It is near the “North King” Temple (Pak Tai Temple) up from Stone Nulah Road. It’s a small western sized cafe, that caught my eye due to it’s outside Yoga classes and… Continue reading Review: Bite Unite in Wan Chai
I have tried many times to be vegan. At the moment, I am on a record of seven days. Mainly because my hubby is away and won’t sneak ice-cream into the fridge. Although, I have lost weight, this is most likely due to a stomach flu that I caught over the weekend. The source of… Continue reading What the Health and HK Vegan
Today was another rainy day, marking the end of a rainy week. We had a little adventure in Tseung Kwan O, as I wanted to see an illustration exhibition that had popped up. We walked around and the mall was super crowded. At least ten different tour groups were milling about. We tried for an… Continue reading Rainy Day Hygge in Hong Kong.
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.
The rain continues in Hong Kong today, and the government have issued a Red Rain Signal and Typhoon Signal Number 3. These are moderately serious but most schools are closed and some offices. As we live far out I am officially working from home, but unofficially relaxing. When I was young, my parents coined the… Continue reading Enjoying a rainy day. Storm crafts.