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Christine Navin
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American expat exporing Hong Kong one dim sum at a time...
American expat exporing Hong Kong one dim sum at a time...

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As I was trying to not make eye contact with my crazy next door neighbor, I noticed one of our trees is a Banyan. They are beautiful and symbolize eternal life. I'm sure there's a lesson there between the almighty Banyan and me ignoring the crazy neighbor l...

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We had a fabulous time last week in Danang. We were there last July and it was so nice to not feel the tourist to do list. You know making sure you hit all those 'must sees.' I had days I left my phone in the room. Which did lead to less photos. Except  I w...

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mooncakes
Mid Autumn festival is celebrated in most of Asia during the eighth lunar month. This year the celebration started on September 27 and lasts a week. Celebrating centers around family gatherings, lanterns and moon cakes.  Moon cakes are given as gifts artful...

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Good Monday morning! How was your weekend? Ours was the usual family standard. Lessons. Sports. School projects. But this morning, I kicked my week off by indulging in a complementary YSL facial massage, makeup consult and free lip plumper for my birthday m...

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Good Monday Morning! Did everyone have a great weekend? Pretty standard here with lessons, school projects and sports. Here in The Kong luxury cosmetic stores offer loyalty cards just like an ordinary supermarket. So today I indulged in a complementary face...

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flower market...
Just the other day  Heidi and I made quick early morning run to the Mong Kok Flower Market. I was after one of everything. Heidi was more restrained and focused on cut flowers and succulents.  We both were after some herbs. As the whole herb plant costs les...

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My men played golf this weekend and snapped a pic for me. They tried to convince me that I should give it a whirl. It is a pretty spectacular view, but I don't think I'm cut out for it. Back to the window view from the elliptical I head. This week we have a...

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You know that saying the more you need to do to the more you can get done? I hope it's true as I have  too much to do this week! To the point of planning on returning emails on the mtr and Google mapping stores that are on the way of my priority to dos to r...

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food tour
For our stay in Cambodia, we chose to stay at the Park Hyatt downtown Siem Reap within walking distance to all the shops. Chef  Pisith was wonderful. He prepared all my celiac sons meals personally. And then he guided us on a farm to table foodie tour. Chef...

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angkor thom
Our guide drove us to Angkor Thom right after Angkor Wat. Angkor Thom was one of the largest Khmer cities as well as the last capital of the Khmer empire. After the Khmer empire was defeated the capital was moved further south. The south entrance bridge is ...
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