The mind-blowing 3D technology that has been seen on building facades around the world, has recently washed onto Hong Kong shores.
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A Hong Kong CHRISTMAS… according to PARIS
Last night, while in optimistic spirits, I went to Oliver’s to buy the last remaining items needed for my annual Thanksgiving dinner gathering. And guess what, after hitting seven grocery stores in less than one week, being optimistic, optimistically, paid off! Oliver’s delivered! And.… Read More
ONE THOUSAND DAYS in Hong Kong
Today is BIG. Today is my 3 year anniversary of living in Hong Kong! I’m quite proud of that declaration, because while it may have only taken a few seconds to type, it took 1,095 days to live. By now (if you’re a long time… Read More
the club hotel SINGAPORE
Dear Readers, Hello! Are you still out there?? I hope so! I know it’s been a while since I last posted anything, but I’ve been busy! Also, I needed a little break from looking at every experience with the mindset that I need to somehow… Read More
DALLAS just got closer to HONG KONG!
Dallas based American Airlines just made my journey home faster and easier.
Tiananmen Square: The Unnamed Heroes
Twenty five years ago today, despite China’s brutal stance towards protests, nearly one million Chinese took to the streets in hopes to gain political freedom. Rather than flee for a better life abroad, these brave individuals fought for personal civil liberties in their homeland. … Read More
HKTourist Gone Wild
Living in Hong Kong, I pass tourist taking pictures of themselves every day. Although, sometimes I don’t quite understand why they pick the backgrounds they so heartily focus on obtaining. But, Vitaliy Raskalov and Vadim Makhorov are the exception to ALL! After spending a few… Read More
Seminyak… according to Ken
Seminyak is a little beach town in south Bali, about an hour and half drive south of Ubud. Because of its close proximity to the airport, I thought it would be a great place to explore before heading back home. While hosting unforgettable sunsets, it… Read More
Trekking Mt. Batur Volcano
On my second day, or night to be more accurate, I hiked Mt. Batur Volcano to watch the sunrise. The volcano, which last erupted in 2000, peaks at 1,700 meters and is located between two concentric calderas. The locals in the area historically farmed the rich… Read More
Ubud… according to Ken
Ubud is located in central Bali. It took about an hour and a half to drive from the airport my hotel, Alila Resort and Spa. In planning the trip, I thought about renting a car for the Ubud portion of my stay. Car rentals are… Read More