At the end of summer, we made some mint tea using the fresh mint leaves from our garden. The are many types of mint, garden mint, … Continue reading Fresh Mint Tea
We as a family are big fans of all kinds of Chinese dumplings, steamed or shallow fried; vegetarian or not. However, we often buy the frozen ones from supermarkets until the other day. Zach really wanted to know how to make some himself. Well, I am not an expert either but I think cooking is also about making fun memories. So here we go. The beauty of Chinese food is that you can really make it your own and Zach is definitely a master of that skill. He made 12 dumplings and none of them are the same. In fact, … Continue reading Chinese Style Dumplings- 包子
Although, we are still in the middle of the summer (despite non-stop rainy days). Zach and I are planning for autumn. We are planning to make … Continue reading A hedgehog cafe- Summer fun
It has been raining almost non-stop here. When we can and where we can, we like to go out to play in a park. There are … Continue reading Summer Fun in a Play Park
British Summer is unpredictable. It has rained the entire week last week. Urgently, we are in need of some indoor activities. Zach has been climbing everywhere. … Continue reading What to do in a rainy summer holiday?
This is our Icelandic road trip part 2, please refer to the part 1 if you missed the previous segment. Day 3; We had lots of driving in our third day of travel. We planned to see black beaches in Iceland and the famous basalt column. These giant hexagon shaped rock columns are the natural beauty of the world. I am an aperture beekeeper and I love anything geometric. In my opinion, it is one of the must see in Iceland. If you have watched Zach’s waterfall video, you would have already seen those rock structure behind Svartifoss waterfall. It … Continue reading Our Road Trip in Iceland-Part 2
I cannot believe it has been two weeks since we came back from our road trip in Iceland. Before I left, I have done lots of … Continue reading Our road trip in Iceland-part 1 ( waterfalls)