“14 days is not enough for quarantine!” complained Joani. “The HK government should make it 21 days.”
“Me too! I don’t think I can finish all my projects by the time we are done with quarantine,” echoed Olivia.
I didn’t expect to hear these words before we started our confinement to a small 25 square meter apartment for two weeks with 5 people. But even I am feeling stressed as I ran out of time as well.
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“Are you aware that once you leave, you can’t come back,” said the Chinese border officer to Annie.
“Yes, we know,” I told the border officer. “That is why we are traveling for one year.”
We all laughed.
We were at the border crossing between mainland China and Hong Kong. Traveling for a year sounds rediculous when every country is re-shutting its border and most travelers are just trying to get back to their home country.
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