Everything is Awesome (part three!): Lego Robotics at Safari Kid!

Accidental Tai-Tai Safari Kid

As mum to a completely Lego-obsessed four year old, (see here for where we shop for our bricks, and here for details of our trip to Legoland Malaysia!), I was pretty excited when we were recently invited to come along … Continue reading

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Stickerkid Hong Kong

I’m going to be totally honest here; we’re not an overly organised household. This also extends to my son’s school kit – despite my best efforts with a permanent market, it’s a rare day that Master T-T comes home with … Continue reading

COMPETITION CLOSED! Win family tickets to Hairy Maclary’s Cat Tales and The Witches, live in Hong Kong!

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED – THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO TOOK PART!   The good folks over at ABA Productions are responsible for bringing some of the coolest theatre productions to Hong Kong, with a particular focus on great kids’ entertainment. They’re … Continue reading

A day out at Hong Kong Maritime Museum

Baby T-T and I finally got to the Hong Kong Maritime Museum last week – only about six months after its reopening at Central Pier 8. Previously located down at Stanley’s Murray House, the new location is certainly more convenient … Continue reading

Café 8 review: Kid-friendly eats with a Hong Kong skyline view!

Last weekend, Baby T-T and I headed into town for an adventure day, and decided to break up our museum/open top bus/ferry/shopping fun with a spot of light refreshment at Café 8 in Central. It’s strange that on the three … Continue reading

accidentaltaitai.com is now featured on Expats Blog!

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

Hong Kong ROCKS.

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

Only child, lonely child?

From the moment you have a baby (and sometimes before you have even given birth), people simply can’t resist the temptation to ask you when you are planning to have your second child. The first time I was asked this … Continue reading