So where have I been for the past 3 weeks? How shall I count the days? Well, I can’t count it because I kinda lost track after the first day so I’ll just show them to you instead. After all…some of the best moments of your life can’t be put into words.
Well, this isn’t a time to get lost when you got a few hours to spare before the flight.
So naturally we went to places that best defined Australians as Australians.
And asked the locals about the local scene.
It’s amazing how technology has progressed through all these years. You just can’t keep up with it anymore.
Wish you were here ChickyBabe. The Yam Cha (the Australian way of saying Dim Sum) in Chinatown where everything goes back to the basics. Good ol Hong Kong food.
Let’s pass the time by playing “Where’s My Luggage?”
You didn’t think this was going to be relaxing all the time right? I’m Asian. This is rice. You can’t get any more stereotypical than that.
You can’t say I never put rice on the table for you.
It isn’t exactly Michelangelo’s Roof, but it’ll do in a pinch.
Celebrating Christmas must always be done with the right beverages.
Now I can stand under a storm without fear of being hit by lightning. Then again, I didn’t know Santa gets his presents from China.
Now this is something I can sit back and enjoy doing.
Simply because the apprentice has now become the master.
Maybe I should have become a chef instead.
You can’t go wrong in a field of sugar cane with dreams and a sunset, but I guess you just had to be there to see it for yourself.
With that, I’ll post more pictures tomorrow. I don’t think you’d want to miss that one, because that’s what this holiday was all about in the first place. After which, I don’t think you want to miss out on that fun ever again.