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How to Get A Bangladesh Visa in Hong Kong

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I won’t lie to you – once you have visited over 100 countries, the visa process gets harder and harder. Unless of course you have made sure that your early travels were all to the toughest visa countries to get …

Studying Saturdays: My Short Course in Cantonese at the Chinese University of Hong Kong

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There I was, nervous again, fidgeting over my notes, like a first day back at school, checking my hair was OK and my shoelaces were done. In a foreign land here I was now, faced with the task of trying …

Working Wednesdays: Back on the Air at Radio 3, Kowloon Tong, Hong Kong

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“Travel blogging┬áchilled the radio star” – tweaking of a lyric by The Buggles. If you have followed my journeys or indeed known me back in the early days, you’ll be aware of my passion for radio. What began as a …

Backpacking in Hong Kong: 24 Hours Exploring Mong Kok, Kowloon

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Mong Kok translates nicely into Yingman/English as “Busy Corner” and if I was a first time visitor to Hong Kong, I would make sure that I base myself in Mong Kok for my first few nights. The reason is – …

Staying at the Dorsett Mong Kok Hotel, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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Hong Kong remains a firm favourite for me on my travels. It really has a lot offer in almost every department I look for – ease of movement, good base, fast Wi-Fi, huge range of foods, vibrant nightlife, mix of …

Staying at the Magnificent Cityview Hotel, Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon, Hong Kong

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It’s a beautiful world sometimes and we need to pinch ourselves and remind each other of this, more often than we do. As I backpacked my way through the streets of Hong Kong back in May 2011, I had no …

Backpacking in Hong Kong: 24 Hours Exploring Yau Ma Tei, Kowloon

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I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – Hong Kong has endless corners to explore. My recent journeys through this mini country of 8 million people took me to Yau Ma Tei. It’s an area those unfamiliar with …

Reminiscing my Youth: Watching Blur Live in Hong Kong

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“Street’s like a jungle, so call the police” – Girls and Boys (1994) Conceived in the 70s, born in the 80s, teenage years in the 90s made me a Britpop teenager into my Indie Music. What is BritPop? What is …

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