Monthly Archives: April 2014

Geoparks and Floating Restaurants in Hong Kong

Hong Kong never ceased to amaze me with all the wonders it contained in such a tiny space. In the space of a few days I went hiking on a secluded island to sailing on a junk boat in the harbor of Aberdeen. Can you do that where you live?

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Hong Kong and a Return to Normalcy

I never thought I’d say it, but returning to Hong Kong was like returning home (at least for the time being). Check out the aftermath of spring break – my group of girlfriends wasn’t the only one with some tales to tell that’s for sure!

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Our Last Gasp of Spring Break in Shanghai

We were down to the wire for our spring break in mainland China, but we still managed to make the most of what little time we had left – come hell or high water. Check out our last few days in Shanghai below! Continue reading

Shanghai – Like Hong Kong, Only Communist

I had only a vague idea of what might be in store for us when we made it to Shanghai after the heavy-handed communist feeling that permeated Beijing. It was quite different from Beijing, to say the least. Continue reading

Food Poisoning and The Great Wall of China – Don’t Forget the Panda Hats

Note to self: Getting food poisoning 24 hours prior to hiking over three miles on the Great Wall of China is not a good idea. Not good at all. Did I make it? Find out now. Continue reading