Last week my husband went to Hong Kong for his work and I was lucky enough to tag along. I had not been to Hong Kong yet and seeing we were only there for two days it seemed like a good idea to book a scenic tour to see as much as possible in a short time. The Hong Kong Island tour took us to Repulse Bay, the Stanley Market, Victoria Peak (the weather was terrible for photos) and the tram, and finally the fishing village Abedeen where we got to ride on a "sampan".
I met a lovely dutch lady on the bus called Adri who was on her way to NZ. Funny enough her sister is a well known quilter from my home town. (small world!) Its a great idea to do a tour when you have limited time. Hong Kong is very different from Singapore. Very built up and not as green but the locals in Hong Kong were really friendly and helpful when we got lost in the city.
Sadly my mum in law has gone home again this week (back to the cold)...it will be very quiet without her but hopefully she will be back soon...
My parents have booked their flights to Holland via Singapore and will be coming here in June. Yeah! Im looking forward to being able to show them around.
We have found a new house and will be moving in April. It will even have a sewing room. Yeah!
With everything that has been happening I haven't had much time to work on my quilt. This week it looks like I will be making costumes for the school play. Hopefully Celine will give me a hand with that this long weekend (due to Chinese new year).
Well thats all for now. Wishing you all a very happy and properous new year!
Gong Xi Fa Cai