ADITL #7: Doing Laundry in Hong Kong

Doing Laundry In Hong Kong

(Note: This post was originally published in September 2012 for my Four Days In Hong Kong blog. While the subject matter is still relevant 5 years later, I have revamped the post and updated the photos and content for A Day In the Life.) Moving to a new place like Hong Kong from California involves adapting to many new things. It’s a different place with a very different culture, different […]

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ADITL #5: Four Days In Hong Kong – Part 4

Four Days In Hong Kong

Four Days Have Passed and We’re Still Here! Original post August 28th, 2012 We got the keys to our town house the day after we arrived in HK and we have since been working feverishly to get things done in order to get settled as quickly as possible before the boys start school.  That has meant sleeping on the floor for a few nights until our furniture arrives, and trying to […]

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ADITL #3: Four Days In Hong Kong – Part 3

Four Days In Hong Kong

I started a blog – Four Days In Hong Kong – back in 2012. The blog documented our major life transition from California to Hong Kong. I am now sharing posts from Four Days In Hong so you can read along with our journey. Here is the 3nd post from the blog. Please note that when I originally wrote this post, I was, let’s say, a bit clueless. I titled it “Ni […]

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ADITL #2: Four Days In Hong Kong – Part 2

Four Days In Hong Kong

I started a blog – Four Days In Hong Kong – back in 2012. The blog documented our major life transition from California to Hong Kong. I am now sharing posts from Four Days In Hong so you can read along with our journey. Here is the 2nd post from the blog. Follow along with our adventure as I had originally written for Four Days In Hong Kong. Enjoy the read and feel free […]

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ADITL #1: Four Days In Hong Kong – Part 1

Four Days In Hong Kong

When we moved to Hong Kong from California back in August 2012, it was, undoubtedly, a major life event. Major! We were picking up and moving our family to the other side of the world. We were going to start a new chapter in our lives in a different country. The culture would be very different and unfamiliar. And we would know no one there and be completely on our […]

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