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Why Book One Way Tickets?

I read someone asking why travel bloggers seemed to book so many one-way tickets. Often buying one-way tickets is expensive and many people do not see the point in booking them so never even consider it as an option...

Top Hong Kong Prepaid SIM Cards Guide: 2019-2020

Here’s an update for our annual rundown of Hong Kong’s best prepaid SIM cards! This list is updated to include new products in the SIM card market, and share some of the most popular cards. (If you’re...

Review: Cathay Pacific Lounge Singapore Changi

For a country with year-round tropical heat, Singapore is the one place on earth where an airport shower is to die for. However, whoever designed the Cathay Pacific Lounge in Singapore thinks otherwise. The lounge has...

Chili Party Restaurant Review

When I stayed at Soravit on Granville, I ate lunch one day at Chili Party, which is one of the restaurants located in the same building. It’s not owned by the hotel FYI, they simply rent the space out to the operator...

Soravit on Granville Review: modern Thai flair

One of Tsim Tsa Tsui’s newest hotels is Soravit on Granville, opened in 2018. As suspected, it is located at 29 Granville Road in the heart of TST’s shopping and restaurant madness. Spent two nights there and wanted to...

Shama Island North Review: Lovely Clean Hotel Rooms

Earlier in the week I review the service apartments at Shama’s new Island North property, located between the Fortress Hill and North Point Stations. This review will be for the hotel room portion of the property...

Shama Island North review: fantastic new service apt!

Lying here on the coach of my huge living room, writing up this review of Shama’s newest property in Hong Kong, Island North. It’s located on the border of Fortress Hill / North Point, right off King’s...

Cute New Amenity Kits by TinBot: Hong Kong Airlines

Believe I am first to announce this and the airline hasn’t even yet themself. New amenity kits on long haul business class on Hong Kong Airlines. Never heard of TinBot (but love the name. :-D) Apparently Hong Kong...

Air Macau’s horrible handling of weather delay

Last week, right around Easter weekend, Hong Kong, Macau and the rest of the Greater Bay Area was hit by a severe thunderstorm for multiple days. Weather delay happens all the time. When bad weather forces delays or...

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