Arrived in Hong Kong

This is going Wholesale Nike Seattle Seahawks Jerseys to be quick.  Our internet service is very spotty and to make matters worse, my computer chose our departure & day to start causing me problems!  It freezes randomly on start up, and I’ve tried Safe Booting, and repairing disc utilities but so far nothing has worked.  It’s already wholesale nba jerseys frozen once while I’ve attempted Airbrush to write this!

We are staying on the island of Cheung Chau and it’s quite pretty in a distinctly Asian way.  There are no cars on the island except emergency and small bus-like  vehicles.  People here speak very little english.  Today is overcast but Cornue very warm.

We slept very well last night.  This morning we went downstairs and had a “western” breakfast which was decent. cheap nfl jerseys It was nice to have breakfast included Dress with our accommodation, but I didn’t bother asking for a mocha!  Then we took a look off the rooftop balcony and now we’re going to shower and get ready to go and out exploring.

We’re going to stay spend today wandering cheap nba jerseys around the island and go into downtown Hong Kong tomorrow.  We’re 15 hours ahead of Victoria!

I dont’ see being able to upload any photos in the very near future, as I 3 can hardly send an email right wholesale jerseys now, Episode but I promise we’re taking lots!!


  1. Tess Baechler November 23, 2011 at 4:49 am - Reply

    Hi! I am a siquijodnon, grew up in siquijor. I am so glad to hear you two had a great time in the Island of Siquijor. I love my previous home. I just wished that I knew you so I could of mentioned some more interesting places to go and visit. Although, sounds like Russell and Helen helped you a lot…..Yay!!!!

  2. Margaret Harrison October 19, 2011 at 5:31 pm - Reply

    Good to hear from you. I can hear your voice in your writing! Take good care. Looking forward to more updates!

  3. Erynne October 19, 2011 at 3:18 pm - Reply

    Yeah! Glad you made it safe and sound. I keep wandering into your office and pouting. *Sigh*….

  4. Sig October 19, 2011 at 1:37 pm - Reply

    re computer problems. Based on your 2 sentence desciption, here are my unsolicited thoughts. Hardware can fail. I’d suggest cloning the hard drive ( – makes a free cloning utility) and replacing it. Then, I’d suggest replacing the RAM memory module(s). You can try running memtest86 – but it’s not for the faint of heart! You are in the right part of the world for cheap hardware. If you are running Windows XP, configure it so that chkdsk does not run automatically after a crash. If chkdsk does run after a crash, it can do more damage than good. One final thought – computer hardware (including laptop hardware) lasts a very long time when it sits on a solid desk at 25 deg C and is never moved. Good luck.
    PS. We came back from Paris last week, and the airline attendent wanted to move my backpack from one overhead bin to another. I screamed at him to be exceedingly careful. No need to tell you what was in my backpack!

    • caroline October 20, 2011 at 7:37 pm - Reply

      Thanks, Uncle Sig! I’m on a Mac though. Basically I turn my computer on, get an amount of time on it, and then at some point it kind of seizes and I have to force it to shut down. Right now it’s pretty infrequent, but still happening, so obviously the issue is still there.

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