It has been a pretty quiet week here. But a totally exciting experience for hubs and myself.
We had just went to and back from Hong Kong with my colleagues on my school’s retreat. It was the first trip post-
babypregnancy. It had been eons since we set out butts out of Sunny Island Singapore. And a total refreshing trip I must say. I love the weather in HK now. It’s like experiencing air-con weather everywhere we go. No stickiness from perspiration or greasiness on my face, I totally love the weather now. And I can literally just skip baths for days. Okay, just kidding.
Of course, besides the weather talk, we had lots of fun with sight-seeing and experiencing the HK cuisine. Amidst the many adventures, we trotted the streets to look for Michelin-awarded restaurants and cafes, went on a spiritual journey to Lantau Island and took a tram ride up the peak. I must say it was a good way to reconnect and rekindle the relationship in some ways sans baby. I don’t understand but it just feel different and really stress free when I am out of Singapore. Though the uptight Yvonne did occasionally sneak out and took control of situations when we were finding out way in a foreign land.
And just when we missed our little precious, my little sister sent over some pictures of Allysa via MMS and Whatsapp.
|totally cheeky here!|
Though we weren’t as well prepared for this trip, but we made a promise that we will return next year with more ching-ching and Allysa so that we can shop, eat and have fun as a family. And yes, probably drop by Disneyland and Ocean Park too.
I shan’t go into the details of where we go and what we do but just going to share some snippets of the highlights of my trip. Enjoy and have fun!
|travelling around in MTR.|
|up to the Peak on their traditional tram.|
|before the Symphony of Lights at the Avenue of Stars.|
|Rocking my FIRST “Smelly Tofu”. Totally love it.|
|the highly exclaimed Dim Sum Place near Yau Ma Tei. There were many fellow Sg waiting in queue behind us.|
|At Lantau Island.|
|experiencing their crystal cable car ride.|
|the little public buses. another sight in HK.|
|At Chater Garden, Central.|