Dragon’s Back – one of Hong Kong’s most famous hikes – is a perfect introduction to the Hong Kong hiking scene. It’s a rite of passage for anyone living in Hong Kong. But if you’re visiting and can find a way to work it into your itinerary, you won’t regret it!
The breathtakingly beautiful Kuang Si Waterfalls should be at the top of everyone’s must-see list when visiting Laos. Surrounded by lush jungle, the falls cascade down the hillside into stunning turquoise pools – many of which you can swim in!
When you’re traveling, lost luggage is a huge travel stressor. Even if it’s only lost for a day, it can be a major inconvenience. As you may have seen, on our trip to Lebanon, our checked bag was delayed. How we had to retrieve it is a funny story that I’ll share with you.
As you may know from some of my other posts, Jeremy and I are huge fans of craft beer. We seek it out wherever we go. Moving to Hong Kong, we were sorry to leave the bountiful U.S. craft beer scene behind. However, we’ve been pleasantly surprised by the craft beer scene we’ve found in Hong Kong!
Malapascua Island is everything you could want for a tropical getaway – white sandy beaches, clear turquoise waters, a relaxed island vibe, and friendly people. But the big draw to Malapascua Island is diving with thresher sharks!