Hour Of Code, For Parents too!

December 12, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Activities, Sites/Blogs 0 comments tags: activities, hourofcode, sites
Have you done your Hour of Code yet? There is still time.
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The Ten Best Businesses on Star Street Right Now!

December 10, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Food, Shops 2 comments tags: Central, hong kong, Shopping; Dining
Why right now? Because Star Street businesses evolve fast, turnover is high all over Hong Kong, but here it seems faster still. This area is quite unique for Hong Kong tends to get more boutique independent restaurants and stores that unfortunately only last so long.
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Our Favorite Holiday Displays from Hong Kong and New York

December 05, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Outside Hong Kong, Shops 0 comments tags: NewYork; Shopping; Holidays
Hong Kong and New York decorate beautifully for the holidays creating such a festive spirit. For our three favorites in each city read on...
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The JrMagellan Gift Guide – Souvenirs from Hong Kong

December 01, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Shops 0 comments tags: gifts, holidays, souvenirs
Gifts from Hong Kong whether souvenirs from a trip or holiday gifts are always a quandary, here is are some of our favourites this year.
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Dialogue in the Dark Hong Kong

November 28, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Activities, Sightseeing 0 comments tags: Kowloon, Planning, review, sightseeing
What would it be like to be blind? To grocery shop blind? To find a seat in a cinema blind?
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A Fantastic Family Day in Bali

November 21, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Outside Hong Kong, Planning 0 comments tags: Bali, beach, Culturalholidays, sightseeing
Bali in a day would be impossible nor would JrMagellan recommend it but here describes what would be one fantastic day of many you could spend with your family in Bali.
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Is The Holiday Letter Dead?

November 14, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Activities, Outside Hong Kong 2 comments tags: Culturalholidays, HolidayCards, OutsideHongKong, Planning
Holiday cards can be anxiety provoking these days, once I moved abroad the card became more important. I saw the A to Z card and as my kids were just learning their alphabet it seemed to fit, and thus this became my family’s holiday card starting in 2008 the year we moved to Hong Kong.
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Chocolate Rain, Amusing Dining and Shop at PMQ

November 09, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Food, Shops 0 comments tags: restaurant
Fatina & Chefo, EAT & PLAY, a cafe, within Chocolate Rain a toy store, crafts shop and general wonderland in the new PMQ.
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3D fun in Hong Kong!

November 07, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Activities, Sightseeing 0 comments
Hong Kong has a new museum which is tons of fun. HK 3D museum will get you great pictures of your family while having fun and learning about Hong Kong, lots of bonuses from one experience!
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The Secrets of Repulse Bay Part I

November 06, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Activities, Sightseeing, Slider 0 comments
Arriving in Hong Kong and seeing all the skyscrapers and busy markets, who would ever guess a beach community exists just 15 minutes from Central?
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The Secrets of Repulse Bay Part II

November 04, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Food, Shops, Slider 2 comments tags: restaurant
Shopping, dining and relaxing all at a building with a dragon sized hole built into it.
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The Hamptons yet not “The Hamptons”

November 04, 2014 by Lizzie Livingston in Outside Hong Kong 2 comments
Wainscott, Long Island This is one of my favorite places on earth, where are your favorite places?
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