Ladies and Gentlemen, please take your seats. The weather at your destination is exactly the same as it is in your armchair. Conveniently, there is no need to set your watches, as your destination will be in the same time-zone. In the event of an emergency, such as the tv remote being out of reach, you slippers are located under your seat. So sit back and relax as we transport you to our top 2020 travel destinations...
Discover the world's best underground attractions including mines, caves, tunnels, graves and more.
And breathe....It has been a deathly quiet here on the blog.... Writing has been looooooow on the priority list. The main reason for Radio Silence, is that our kids last had face-to-face learning 23.01.2020. They returned to school yesterday, 29.09.2020. That, Ladies and Gentlemen, is 8 months and spare change. Moreover, for the time being … Continue reading Expat Pandemic Time Capsule 2020
What a difference a year makes. In 2019 we were in the throes of First Year Frustrations and Expat End of Year Itus. In contrast, 2020 and the speedy spread of the coronavirus has blindsided pretty much everyone, everywhere on the planet. Travel and Covid-19 really are a match made in the seventh circle of … Continue reading Hong Kong Travel during Covid-19
While many businesses are struggling in these unusual times, this is a shoutout to 5 entrepreneurial expat/repat women who have launched exciting and diverse projects in spite of, or inspired by the corona crisis. Read on to discover; a luxurious range of candles, a lifestyle book, handy lockdown apps, a crowdfunding scholarship and African inspired … Continue reading Expat Entrepreneurs: Lockdown Stories
Home schooling and home learning during Coronavirus school closures.
Corona virus in Hong Kong and UK, who is handling it better? Should we worry or is it all going to blow over?
With the outbreak of the Wuhan virus, various referred to a WuFlu (even though it's not flu), Wumonia and WARS, how has life in Hong Kong has been disrupted?
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