“Sunday funday” biking around Nam Sang Wai. … More Biking in Nam Sang Wai
#TravelTuesday: Travel through photos Incense is a traditional part of many religions and has many purposes, but most common is it prepares your senses to go into a meditative state. Coiled incense is quite common in Asia, as it allows for a longer burn without taking up too much space. This photo is taken at Man … More Travel Tuesday: Coiled Incense
Introducing Cheung Chau!The perfect island to get-away from the hustle and bustle of HK. … More Island Hopping.. Cheung Chau
It’s December, and I’m sitting in my living room wearing a short sleeve shirt with our sliding glass door open. Temperatures are still in the mid-high 70’s, Sean is still growing a garden, and last weekend we were at the beach. As a New Englander, this is the life! This is Hong Kong’s reward to everyone … More Hike Hong Kong
Viva Hong Kong! Part 1: HK Island Ultimate Travel Guide Viva Hong Kong! Part 2: Kowloon side fun! Originally I was planning this post to be about Lantau & the other outlying islands, however while I was writing I realized that Lantau has so much to share and definitely deserves a post of it’s own! Hong … More Viva Hong Kong! Part 3: Lantau Island
It’s that time of year when you start to see little Chinese lanterns pop up in MTR stations and building lobbies and lines for bakeries to buy moon cakes are at an all-time high. Mid-Autumn festival is Hong Kong’s second largest celebrated holiday, behind Chinese New Years in February. It’s a harvest festival celebrated in Chinese … More Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
There has been so much “new” since moving to Hong Kong that I didn’t really know where to start diving into this blog. I thought the best place was at our center: our home. After I was told that we were moving over to Hong Kong, everything was in such a whirlwind. I only went … More Home Sweet Home