Last weekend, whilst their dad was in Cambodia, the girls of the family went to check out the Christmas sights around Hong Kong. This was our favourite one. It is located at the International Finance Centre (IFC) in Central. The whole idea of the Christmas decorations was based around riding bikes (standstill ones) in order to provide food for the less economically capable.
As you can see from the photograph below, for each km one breakfast would be supplied to an underprivileged child. What made this even more attractive was that when you rode the bike at a certain speed and for a certain distance lights would come on and off around. Amaya was determined to ride and ride for both the food for the children and the lights around her.
Whilst Remy could not reach any of the pedals on the bicycles, she was happy to give it a go with me rotating the pedals by hand.
All the girls agreed that our favourite one was the one below. The more your rode the bicycle the more the lights on the Christmas tree glowed pink up and up and up the tree.
It was very difficult to get a photograph of my daughters in a loving embrace. They are forever fighting – kicking, yelling, hitting, scratching – and with strong personalities, neither of them backs down (much like their mum and dad). But you can check out their winter boots for this season.