"Sister is probably the most competitive relationship within the family, but once the sisters are grown, it becomes the strongest relationship." -Margaret Mead They say the youngest child is the luckiest child in a family. I am not sure I can say that with the deepest conviction. Maybe it's because in our family, there's only… Continue reading Perks of Having a More Successful Older Sibling
"I have seen travel plans happen only when they were made overnight." -Sanhita Baruah I had to go see my sister. That was all I thought of when I booked my flight to Hong Kong. If I had to break my back and extend hours at work so I would not cause any problems meeting… Continue reading Hong Kong – September 2018 (Part 1)
My sister is home!!! I picked up my sister at the airport and I arrived just in time when the plane she was in landed. Talk about timing! Anyway, while I was waiting for her, I started walking around. Then, I noticed this: Tsim Sha Tsui. It's got the same name as the Kowloon's shopping… Continue reading Missing Hong Kong
I cannot count the times my sister and I made sacrifices for one another. I guess that's sisterhood. You give and you take. My sister has always been my rock. She was the stronger sister, the one I've looked up to since I was a kid. And while there were moments I felt like she… Continue reading Excited for: My Sister’s Visit to the Philippines!
The most complicated relationship I have is the one I have with my dad. I never truly understood him and his ways. Sometimes I wonder if I did not try enough or if he never let anyone understand him at all. I do not have a lot of fond memories with him in the twenty-three… Continue reading Corn dogs and Memories
February 18, 2018. I was going home that evening. I didn't want to go far anymore for more touristy activity. I just wanted to spend as much time as I could with my sister. Writing this post makes me miss her already. We wanted to get breakfast at McDonald's but they had a problem with… Continue reading Back to Hong Kong (Part 4)
Kristine and I went to UA Cinemas at Times Square so we could watch Black Panther. I was excited to watch this since the trailer looked very promising. I got more excited though because it was my first time to see a movie in Hong Kong. I wondered how much different their cinemas were from… Continue reading Back to Hong Kong (Part 2)