Pulsars, Plants, and Present Participles

'Journeys in Hong Kong and Beyond'

It’s Been Awhile

Hello Readers, It has been awhile. Surprise, surprise! This 6-month gap is becoming the norm it would seem. It is not that I haven’t had anything to write about; in fact the last 6 months have been rather eventful. Many blogs have been started and discarded over the period. But here I am back to…

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Greek Excursion #The Booths

When I bought my plane ticket to Prague I was under the assumption that my old friend Brandon was still living there.  My intention was to surprise him with the news that I would be with him to celebrate his birthday, instead I was surprised.  Brandon had already planned to move Greece for the summer….

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A Summer in Prague

Eleven years since I first set foot in Prague, the city still holds all of its romance and wonder. My body floated with an overload of visual input as we drove in from the airport. Even in the dim of dusk the pastel of the buildings and the majesty of the spires held my giddy…

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Christmas in Bali

Having grown up in the Northern Hemisphere, I grew accustomed to a white Christmas. Cool weather, a light dusting of snow on the ground, and large Pine trees with their green needles poking out from the cloudy snow piles that rest upon their branches; these are the signs that Christmas is nigh. The day begins to darken earlier…

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Melbourne

My trip down under  felt more like a trip back in time.  Maybe it is that Back to the Future Day* was the 21st of October, two days after we landed, maybe it is because the last time I touched down on this island was fifteen years ago when I was just a young lad,…

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Stanley

Step on to a small sixteen passenger express bus departing the bustling Causeway Bay, drive through Aberdeen tunnel under the tree capped mountain, pass the pristine waters of Deep Water and Repulse Bay and you will find yourself in the quaint suburb of Stanley.  Stanley is home to a number of noteworthy attractions, but unlike…

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From Home to Home

Summer is coming to an end, however the leaves will not change colours nor will the temperature drop below 20 degrees celsius indicating the end of the season.  Autumn marks the beginning of a new school year, but not the end of beach season here in Hong Kong.  New teachers are trickling in from around the globe,…

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Year One

In a couple days I will have completed my first year with International Montessori School Hong Kong, Stanley campus.  It has been a wonderful year and I hope to complete several more. I have worn many hats, aside from teaching Information Technology and providing individual student support, I have been the sound engineer for all of…

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Lack of a Recent Post

Dear Readers, Thank you for your overwhelming support of my little blog. I truly enjoy making every entry and  checking in on how many views they have had. Because let’s be honest it’s always all about me, or in your case you. haha. I realize it has been a long time since I have written…

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