On the day, we had a French magazine editor from the Geo Magazine. This magazine specalises in travel and lifestyle . We were honoured to have the editor tagged along the group and experienced the best of Hong Kong’s wilderness. (Literately, off the beaten path for most tourists). Of course, we were looking forward to getting famous in the Francosphere.
On a weekend in March, few of our friends decided to explore some nearby islands of Sai Kung city of Hong Kong. Many of these places are accessible by passenger boats, but we decided to do it differently. We went exploring on sit-on-top kayak.
As many of our blog follower may know, Hayley and I are getting addicted to kayaking. Given Hong Kong is endowed with long stretch of coastlines, sea kayaking present a good opportunity to explore places that are not accessible by conventional means. Last Saturday, Hayley and I had a chance to explore Nam She Wan Beach…
Hayley and I visited Xi’an last month to celebrate her birthday. It was a long weekend but we managed to cramp in a lot within the three days. So, here are some of out top 6 highlights
Summer is around the corner and Hong Kong is getting hotter. Its humidity is high so the weather is getting unbearable. However, our air conditioner wasn’t working properly. Thank God the landlord fixed it for us and we can now enjoy some cool air at home.
Last month, Hayley and I had a weekend away to Xi’an, China to celebrate her birthday. It was an exciting weekend and we certainly did something that was off the beaten trail for most tourists. Apart from visiting the Terracotta Army, the city wall and the Muslim quarter, we stayed in a cave at the countryside.