ENGLAND TRAVEL

Travel Plans Twenty-Seventeen

May 22, 2017

In a couple days, i’ll be off to England (with a sneaky trip to Paris) for the first time! I’m extremely excited to finally make my way to that part of the world, though i’m not entirely looking forward to the 28-hour travel time. Consequences of planting my roots in the Land Down Under hey? This trip will be more of a chilled one since i’m actually there to visit the boyf. It’s been a year since i last saw…

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HONG KONG TRAVEL

Day Trip: Cheung Chau

April 5, 2017

After a freezing Victoria Peak, we met up with Melissa’s friend who took us to Cheung Chau, which is about an hour ferry ride away. We basically spent the day walking around most of the island and eating. And eating. And eating. I wasn’t kidding when i said i become a food monster in Asia. My appetite was probably also fuelled by the fact that it was the only time we had proper street food during our entire stay in…

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HONG KONG TRAVEL

Victoria Peak

March 31, 2017

We were initially supposed to make it on the first day, but arrived to a line snaking all the way round the corner. This was sometime late afternoon so we decided to wake up really early on our last day to beat the crowd. The tram is frequented both by tourists and locals so you can expect some heavy crowds every now and then. And while we have the steepest passenger railway in the world, the Victoria Peak tram is apparently…

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HONG KONG TRAVEL

Lantau Island

March 18, 2017

We were initially planning on hiking one of the trails on Lantau Island, but after researching directions the night before found out that getting to the starting point alone would take about 2 hours (i may have been extremely exhausted that night so wanted to sleep in a little as much as i could heh) so we decided to skip it and just wander around the village instead. After getting off at Tung Chung station (the end of the line. The…

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HONG KONG TRAVEL

East Promenade

February 26, 2017

Our final location in Kowloon was Tsim Sha Tsui. The East Promenade boasts sweeping views of the main island, and is a favoured tourist spot in Hong Kong. Simply get off at Tsim Sha Tsui station and walk all the way down the street until you reach the harbour. We were planning on visiting the Avenue of Stars, but upon reaching found out that it was closed for renovations. So instead we claimed a spot along the harbour, stayed there till the sun went down, and…

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