Nestled in southern Pennsylvania’s sprawling countryside, Lancaster County is a wonderful destination to get away for a few days. In Lancaster City, wander through the historic downtown to discover eclectic art galleries, boutique shops, and street art. Then, drive through the picturesque farmland, stopping for fresh produce at farmers’ markets and to admire historic covered bridges. Whether you’re looking for a city or a country getaway, Lancaster County, PA is a great choice!
When visiting Lancaster County, PA, a driving tour to see some of the historic covered bridges is a perfect leisurely activity to add to your itinerary. Not only is it great for social-distancing, but it will guide you off-the-beaten path through the beautiful countryside. In this post, I’ll show you how to find awesome covered bridge trails in Lancaster County and our experience on them.
Harrisburg, the capital of Pennsylvania, is a charming town with a rich history. Situated on the Susquehanna River, Harrisburg has a small-town feel that makes you feel welcome. Plus, its plentiful fun activities and places to eat make it a great destination for a weekend getaway or a stop on your East Coast road trip itinerary.
President Theodore Roosevelt once remarked that the Pennsylvania State Capitol was the “handsomest building [he] ever saw”. As you drive into Harrisburg and catch site of the gleaming gilded bronze dome, you’ll be intrigued. However, once you enter this opulently-designed capitol for the free tour, you’ll quickly realize why the president made such a claim. Let me show you why PA’s beautiful capitol is a must-see building on your next East Coast road trip!
On the western end of Hong Kong Island, Kennedy Town is a vibrant, seaside neighborhood with great coffee shops, parks, and delicious food. Convenient to central Hong Kong, it’s a great place to live or just explore for a day. In this neighborhood guide, I’ll show you what you should do to make the most of one day in Kennedy Town. Plus, share my favorite places to eat and drink in K-Town!
Despite living in Hong Kong for three years, I’d never really explored the Tseung Kwan O area until last month. Tseung Kwan O (abbreviated TKO) is one of nine new towns built on reclaimed land in the northern part of Junk Bay in southeastern New Territories. Upon first glance, it’s just a bunch of tall skyscrapers built upon a spiderweb of shopping malls. But after living in Tseung Kwan O for a month, I found a wealth of fun things to do which I believe make this Hong Kong neighborhood worth a visit!
Do you live in DC and need a weekend getaway? Or, are you thinking about taking an East Coast road trip in the DC area? Well, these incredible destinations would be perfect for your itinerary! They are all within a 3-hour drive (without traffic) from downtown Washington, DC which makes them convenient weekend trips. With a variety of opportunities to get out in nature, taste culinary delights, delve into history, or just lounge on the beach – there’s a little something for everyone!
It’s hard to believe, but this week we’re celebrating three years of living in Hong Kong! On October 28, 2017, we boarded a Cathay Pacific flight bound for Hong Kong to begin our expat adventure. Needless to say, it’s been an eventful three years and time has flown by. To mark this three-year expat anniversary, I’m sharing a few fun reasons why I love living in Hong Kong.
Despite living in Hong Kong for almost three years, until recently, I still hadn’t been to the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery in Sha Tin. A few weeks ago, Jeremy and I decided to fix that and take a day trip up to Sha Tin to explore. In this post, I’ll share our day trip itinerary, as well as what to expect when visiting the Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery.
Despite being a large, modern city, Singapore offers a wide variety of activities for an outdoor lover. From nature parks to interesting street art to open-air hawker centres, you can easily fill your days in Singapore’s steamy, tropical outdoors.
If you’re feeling restless to travel and dreaming about all the places you want to go next – you’re not alone. But since I’m grounded for the moment, I’ve been looking back at previous trips, reliving some fun memories. In doing so, I’ve compiled a list of memorable activities from my travels around Asia that I’d recommend for visitors. If you’re already thinking about your next trip to Asia, perhaps you’ll be inspired to add some of these memorable activities to your bucket list for future travels!