I spent my Easter Sunday afternoon with a group of pilot wives.
We were all in the same boat; our husband's were away working. We headed out after church for a lovely Easter Afternoon Tea in the Lobby Lounge at the Kowloon Shangri-la Hotel in Hong Kong.
Brunch dining on the weekend is must-do in Hong Kong and many hotels create themed brunches for special occasions and holidays. When we entered the lobby of the hotel, we were instantly greeted with the fragrance of orchids and this beautiful bunny display.
We did not know there was a protocol for booking tables by the windows with views overlooking Victoria Harbour, but our seating for four was very cozy and intimate.
The buffet seemed like an endless choice of delicious delights such as smoked salmon, filet mignon, glazed ham, baked snapper, deep-fried shrimp, sushi, dim sum, salad, fruit and more and more and more (and so good I forgot to take a picture)! There was also a bottle of white wine and lots of desserts! Oh, coffee and tea were served at the end.
We had the best time chatting and nibbling our way through the afternoon. On our way out of the hotel, we saw the cute themed smart car that is very typical in Hong Kong.
So that is how I spent my Sunday. This morning I spoke to my parents on Skype and thought about all the fun times I had with my grandparents on Easter when I was little.
Here's my week of workouts ---> Linking up with Tricia and Holly for the Weekly Wrap!
Monday - I did a yoga session and then went to Bodystep for the usual kickass workout (I love it so much!)
Tuesday - A quick yoga session and then a run with mrC
Wednesday- A nice long yoga session before my extra long and extremely dull hair appointment. I get it colored and keratin treated at the same time and every time I say I'm never doing it together again.
Thursday - An easy yoga stretch session because I couldn't wash my hair for 24 hours, so I avoid getting sweaty.
Friday - Yay! Bodystep twice this week! That hardly ever happens.
Saturday - Running and SUP-ing
Sunday - A little yoga to get the day started. But not goat yoga. Would you?
Now, I'm gearing up to watch the Boston Marathon online. Here's a list of ways you can watch too.
If you celebrate Easter, did you do something special?
Do you workout on holidays?
Do you have a connection to the Boston Marathon? I have several friends running and others volunteering.