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.
As a vegetarian and occasional vegan, I do struggle in Hong Kong with the food choices available. Since I got married, I am determined to maintain my weight and eat pretty healthily throughout the week. When I am working I find it easier to monitor what I eat as I meal prep, usually easy stuff:… Continue reading Hubby can’t stop eating McDonald’s!
Last weekend we went French.
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.