Round up 2015 takes a look back at a hectic year and the surprising amount of travel I managed to do!
Exploring more of Hong Kong’s outlying islands – A trek through the nearby Lamma Island and what you can see there.
Skip the casinos on your next trip to Macau and see what Taipa and Coloane have to offer instead. Tips on exploring southern Macau for the non-gambler.
Experiencing Hong Kong’s famous cuisine through a home-cooked meal and cooking lessons thanks to Traveling Spoon and Grace.
Watching street artists transform walls at HKwalls 2015 and where you can find mural and street art goodness in Hong Kong’s Sheung Wan and Central district
Checking out Cheung Chau – the little island getaway from busy Hong Kong with great seafood, awesome scenery for a fun day trip.
Some musings on my feelings about Hong Kong and a post-trip recap of my artsy week and trips to the outlying islands.
Always remember to look up! Some stunning photos of Hong Kong’s cityscape from a different point of view
The old adage goes that you get what you pay for, and unfortunately when we’re talking about hotel rooms, that means budget rooms are often smaller. If you’re traveling somewhere where space is a real commodity, cities like London and Hong Kong, for example, you’re going to have to make the best of being cramped in a small hotel room or hostel. Here are some tips on living in small spaces on your trip: Pack Accordingly When you pack your stuff, use that time to organize. Think about your itinerary for the next few days and order your luggage …