“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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“The air con is too cold!”
“Don’t talk so loud in the room!”
“I can’t stand having all the shoes scattered across the room!”
“Don’t go around in your boxer shorts! We got girls here.”
“No talking during quiet hours means no noise, including organizing your bags.”
“It is common sense to talk to your friends outside the room, not here.”
And the list goes on…
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“They are not smart. They took their towels and I took my fan. They were ready to sweat, I was not.”—Joani
Meet Joani, the ice queen! She’s not that hard to please, she just has a few particular requirements:
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