No, the beer was not for me. But the ribs (my favourite, yummy!) were! It was raining cats and dogs last night. So, we gave up our original plan and looked for restaurants that were well connected to the carparks instead. Since we did not make a booking w this restaurant in advance, the seating was not the best but the food was nice!
Junie will be going to school in the morning. I have to rearrange ALL of her extra-curriculum activities!!!! And, Junie told me the other day that she would like to start learning this and that next year! OMG! How am I going to make it?
Junie gave me a massager on Mother’s Day. It’s just wonderful. It works very well on my shoulders. Love it!
I still cannot believe that Junie received the award! Thanks to God!
– J’s assignment, requiring her to visit different places and try different good food of Hong Kong in a day, using 5 different kinds of public transportation. Frankly speaking, it’s quite a scary piece of assignment. After a lot of discussion, we finally came up with the following itinerary:
Tai Po Railway Station – (by train) – Tai Wo Railway Station – (by mini bus) – Wishing Tree at Village Lam – (by bus) – Tai Po Railway Station – (by our car) – Tai Wo Hau Station – (by subway) – Tin Hau Temple – (by taxi) – Grandma’s home
I really wanted to give up after visiting the Wishing Tree as we had to wait for 45 mins for the bus to come.
I don’t think I had enjoyed this little project of J’s, though it brought us to places we had never been to and transportation that we had not been using for a long time….