This year I didn't make it home for Christmas, and when left in Hong Kong to my own (and those of all the winos I know) devices, means that Christmas is basically a month of nonstop gluttony. It all began with the Winos Annual Trade lunch at the Globe. 24 friends from the wine trade … Continue reading Merry Christmas from Honkers
Month: December 2015
2015: a review as told by WordPress
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,200 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 20 trips to carry that many people. Click here to see the … Continue reading 2015: a review as told by WordPress
Thanks, guys. Welcome fruit, dysentery free. Welcome PDA Delicious ant covered beef at Marum, definitely the best restaurant we visited. Hey, Jesus. 4 am can't sleep coffee 5 am here we go Star line 6 am Angkor Wat At 13 k my phone completely stopped working after several days of fighting with the touch screen … Continue reading Cambodia.
Maison Polanka. My day began at 4 am when I reisgned myself to the fact that no more sleep was happening, as if any had happened anyway. Races, and perhaps more apropos, alarm clocks, have a way of impregnating sleep with anxiety, so why fight it? Coffee, downward dogs, and … Continue reading Peace.
Wine in Cambodia (surprisingly) Rocks
WordPress is postiny my pictures from most recent to oldest, so let's tell this story backward, shall we? I am currently enjoying a fresh Angkor draft at the FCC (Foreign Correspondent's Club) where just one year ago I made a quick guest appearance. You see, last year after splitting with my husband (feels … Continue reading Wine in Cambodia (surprisingly) Rocks
Meet Kenneth. Kenneth is our in house inventory guy who happened to have his birthday on Thanksgiving this year. This is, however, is not him giving thanks, but instead praying to the powers that lie within the (delicious) strawberry cream cake. In real Thanksgiving news, this year Thanksgiving (#2) was spent with Emily (not pictured) … Continue reading Thanksgivings