Bircher museli for lazy parents recipe

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Anyone who knows me well knows that I am something of a lazy cook; after all, here in the land of helpers, why would any self-respecting Tai-Tai risk chipping a nail slaving over a hot ready-meal to produce a nutritious … Continue reading

accidentaltaitai.com is now featured on Expats Blog!

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accidentaltaitai.com is now featured on Expats Blog! Thanks Expats Blog for adding me to your fab directory! This calls for a celebratory drink…

Happy Anniversary!

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Mr T-T pointed out the significance of today’s date over tea and Thomas The Tank Engine books this morning: five years ago today, we boarded our flight at Heathrow bound for a new life in Hong Kong. In the interim … Continue reading

IMI Discovery Bay Osteopathy and Cranial-Sacral Therapy Review

Check out my full review of IMI Discovery Bay’s Osteopathy and Cranial-Sacral Therapy over on Sassy Mama Hong Kong today. I will eventually be a pretzel once again… http://sassymamahk.com/osteopathy-cranial-sacral-therapy-imi-discovery-bay-mama/

Hong Kong rocks.

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According to the very informative Hong Kong Geology website: “Mesozoic volcanic and plutonic rocks are the dominant rock types in Hong Kong. They comprise granite plutons, rhyolitic dykes and thick rhyolitic tuffs and lavas. Most of the igneous rocks are … Continue reading

First World Problems: The Accidental Tai-Tai’s Top 10 Travel Annoyances and Stresses

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Having just enjoyed a very agreeable weekend away sans Baby and Mr T-T, avec a good friend (whose rather fabulous running blog is here), we both concur that living the expat life in Hong Kong can turn you into a bit of … Continue reading

Tokyo with kids… in the rain!

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As a fair few friends are Tokyo-bound with their families over Chinese New Year, I thought I’d pop up this post that was originally published over at The Day Job after our trip to Japan last year. In it, I suggest … Continue reading