Hong Kong, Kowloon

Hong Kong Foodie Tour in Sham Shui Po

I've been lucky once... and I've been lucky twice. A few months ago I went on my first Foodie Tour around Central and Sheung Wan and I really enjoyed it. Now, a few days ago, I went on my second Foodie Tour around Sham Shui Po and really enjoyed it too! This time Silvana from… Continue reading Hong Kong Foodie Tour in Sham Shui Po

Hong Kong, Kowloon

Photography: Walking through Sham Shui Po

A few weekends ago I was strolling through Sham Shui Po - an area that I'm not familiar with. It is really interesting, with lots of old shops and stores, lots of street and flea markets and many local people. There were not many tourists in the area when I was walking through the streets.… Continue reading Photography: Walking through Sham Shui Po

Hong Kong

48 hours in Bangkok

Bangkok is an ideal destination for a short visit from Hong Kong - it's just a 3.5 hours direct flight away and there are several different flight options to please budget and schedule. There are many options to stay overnight in Bangkok, from very cheap and affordable in a B&B a little further away from… Continue reading 48 hours in Bangkok

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Foodie Tours

Now you might be wondering how come I've been out and about and trying so many new food places recently? Well I've been lucky, I've been invited to go on a food tasting tour in Sheung Wan. Cecilia and Silvana from the Hong Kong Foodie Tours took us out on a tour that lasts almost… Continue reading Hong Kong Foodie Tours

Japan

Tokyo: Imperial Palace East Garden

Finally, on our last day, we visited the Imperial Palace East Garden. We had already been here the day before, on a Friday, when the entrance was closed. So we had to come back the next day, a cloudy Saturday. But we still enjoyed the visit. The entrance to the East Garden is the Ote-mon,… Continue reading Tokyo: Imperial Palace East Garden

Japan

Tokyo: Metropolitan Government Building

Finally blue sky and sunshine over Tokyo... and what better way to make the most out of this weather then to visit the observatory deck on top of the two towers of the Tokyo Metropolitan Government Building? The best is that the observation decks are free of charge to the public! We walked a few… Continue reading Tokyo: Metropolitan Government Building