Hiking Hong Kong: the MacLehose Trail No. 2

Hiking the MacLehose Trail No. 2 Hiking in Hong Kong is an absolute must! On the very first day of our very short trip to Hong Kong, we went to the High Island Reservoir East Dam – an adventure to get there. After trying, and failing to efficiently communicate with the taxi driver at the … More Hiking Hong Kong: the MacLehose Trail No. 2

My Honest Opinion of Shangri La’s #WithAView Kerry Hotel Hong Kong

How many hotels have this 9.1 Superb rating on Booking.com, out of  2,005 reviews ? Not that many, really. And Shangri La’s newer addition – Kerry Hotel Hong Kong – deserves it fully! This is not a sponsored or comped post, just my honest opinion;  it’s aimed to hopefully help filter down on the myriad of online “recommendations” (honest … More My Honest Opinion of Shangri La’s #WithAView Kerry Hotel Hong Kong

My Hong Kong Microadventures: A 3-Day Planner

Planning a short stay in Hong Kong? Let me tell you about mine, and you can hopefully plan yours ! Hong Kong was one of those destinations which kept getting the back seat, for some reason; a combination of ‘the world is so big, what do I want to see first?’ with ‘this year was … More My Hong Kong Microadventures: A 3-Day Planner

Tai Pan Book Review : The Founding of Hong Kong as described by J. Clavell

Tai Pan Book Review Another month, another country. Another Readathon. Although my readathon page has suffered from quiet drought, behind the scenes many readathons did, in fact, occur, keeping as always good company: en route to Zanzibar, while exploring Spanish gems, and most recently: en route to Hong Kong. I had not read James Clavell’s … More Tai Pan Book Review : The Founding of Hong Kong as described by J. Clavell