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Backpacking in Hong Kong: My Top 5 Sights

This post has been a long time coming and you probably wonder why I never condensed Hong Kong into a top 5 before. But better late than never – here it is. I like to think I’m pretty knowledgeable on backpacking in Hong Kong. The reason being I basically just turned up with my backpack Read more about Backpacking in Hong Kong: My Top 5 Sights[…]

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Monday’s Money Saving Tips: The Cheapest Way to Get to Hong Kong Airport

My money saving tips on Hong Kong haven’t really been covered too much on here, backpacking round the rest of Asia and the Middle East has taken priority recently, so it’s back to Hong Kong this month to get caught up on my work and plan my next travels. I class myself as a bit Read more about Monday’s Money Saving Tips: The Cheapest Way to Get to Hong Kong Airport[…]

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Friday’s Featured Food: Hong Kong Winter Barbecue in Tseung Kwan O

Today on Friday’s Featured Food it’s all about a Chinese style Winter Barbecue in Hong Kong. I’ve tried this a few times, the first time was a cold winter night at Tseung Kwan O, Hong Kong. My girlfriend’s family booked a table and invited me along. I’ll talk about that night now. This isn’t quite Read more about Friday’s Featured Food: Hong Kong Winter Barbecue in Tseung Kwan O[…]

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World Borders: How to Get from Lok Ma Chau to Shenzhen (Hong Kong to China Border)

I’ve crossed the Hong Kong – Macao – China borders over 20 times now, and have already covered a few of those crossing on here. I aim to make these border crossings seem easy and smooth, which they normally are. On my most recent trip to China, I crossed overland from Lok Ma Chau to Read more about World Borders: How to Get from Lok Ma Chau to Shenzhen (Hong Kong to China Border)[…]

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A Guide To Teaching English in Hong Kong

Thinking about escaping the boredom and mundane-ness of your home town, village or city? But not sure where to go? Here’s a piece on how YOU can move to the skyscraping metropolis of Hong Kong and teach English! A quick guide to teaching English in Hong Kong, all from four years of my personal experience Read more about A Guide To Teaching English in Hong Kong[…]

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