During my unexpected trip to Taiwan at the end of last summer, I did manage to squeeze in one quick outing catching up with a long time friend for a few hours. We decided to visit the new National Taichung Theater, which in its Chinese translation means National Opera House. The unique architecture of this… Continue reading A Brief Visit to National Taichung Theater
I have previously talked about (maybe a bit excessively) how much I had dreaded turning the big 4-O. Now that I have firmly settled into my 40’s, after just wrapping up year one as a 40-something, I have decided to embrace it fully and determined to make it the best decade yet in my life. Because if… Continue reading The Fabulous 40!
If you have an abundant amount of time that gives you the luxury of exploring London in a leisurely pace, or if you are on a budget, utilizing the London Bus is really a great way to see the city. There are various routes that would take you right by most of the major sights (and tons… Continue reading London/England – Riding the Double-Decker & Wrap Up
I’ll be honest, when it comes to our children’s extracurricular activities, we have had it pretty easy thus far, compared to a lot of other families we know. Whether this is by design or by the kids’ choice I am not exactly sure. Maybe a little bit of both. For how much of a sports fans we… Continue reading A New Juggling Season?
We certainly did a lot of ‘touristy’ things during our visit in London which came with a pretty high price tag. It is no joke when people say that London is a very expensive city, and to us personally, this is especially true when it comes to the hefty admission prices to certain attractions, and the handful of times when we… Continue reading London/England – Thoughts on Our Paid Activities