So a few weeks ago my Uncle Ronald wanted to take me and my friends out for a meal in Hong Kong for a belated birthday present/before I leave event. So he took us to Cheung Chau for a food and alcohol fuelled evening, and it was so good (apart from my head this morning). Continue reading “East Meets West”
My birthday celebrations couldn’t of been more exchange student in Hong Kong if you tried.
We started at Mr Wongs and then finished the night doing Tequila in Billy Boozer.
Today was my first junk or (drunk) trip of my time in Hong Kong and it was truly great.
A boat setting it to the far Hong Kong waters and plenty of alcohol, my perfect scenario there Continue reading “Hong Kong Junk Boat Party”
So today was the day! The event I’d been looking forward to since I arrived.
And the infamous Hong Kong Rugby 7s didn’t disappoint. Continue reading “Hong Kong Rugby Sevens”
I visited the beautiful nunnery and gardens over in Diamond Hill after my class today and it was truly wonderful.
What I loved most about the place is it had a that private religious feel to it even though it’s only round the corner from a big commercial shopping centre.
So apart from just having a week off there are some celebrations going on this week in celebration of Chinese New Year.
The main one being the New Year Parade in Tsim Sha Tsui which I would be visiting.