Friday, July 25, 2014
Sent from my iPhoneToday is a relaxing Saturday morning. I spent it playing Uno with my host family - mom Randy, daughter Tracey, and friends Susie and Coco. We had special language rules. They could speak only English; I could speak only Mandarin. Needless to say, I got lots of corrections on my tones but I learned some new vocabulary and we had a lot of fun. Dad Hong played a few hands but the started doing something else.
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Posted by The English Camp Team at 8:11 PM
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Everyone makes last minute contacts with family and friends via the free Internet service provided at the Hong Kong airport. We continue to laugh and reflect on our wonderful experiences on this trip. We all also tried to get a good walk in before our long period of needing to stay seated for 14 hours! Thanks for all your thoughts for us during this whole amazing journey. (Audrey)
Posted by The English Camp Team at 9:04 PM
We spent our last night together as a team sharing laughs over dinner. Afterwards we walked through the night market near Booth Lodge where we are staying. Bronwen and Melissa made sure to show Norm the Forester all the sights on Nathan Road in Kowloon. Go HU!
Posted by The English Camp Team at 8:40 AM
After crossing Victoria Harbor, we took a bus to the southern part of Hong Kong Island to Stanley Market where we had some lunch and did a little shopping for loved ones at home. We enjoyed seeing this special dinner guest at the table next to us at the outdoor restaurant! Woof, woof! (Audrey)
Posted by The English Camp Team at 8:35 AM