Walking around the wet market in Hong Kong, we met this fruit and vegetables vendor. After asking Ashray where he comes from, he pulled a “Namaste!” and that lead to conversation and smiles. I love it when people make an effort to communicate with someone from abroad and try using … more »
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China, Hong Kong & Macau
Welcome to the world’s most populous country!
Home to ancient customs and traditions, exquisite cuisine (<3 dim sum!) and unique society and culture.
A dream destination for many travelers around the world, including A&Z!
This is my little tribute to all the people who cook and sell street food around the world, and that have fed my tummy and soul during our travels. Sometimes, there are heroes behind this kind of street food stalls. They present regular costumers with affordable yummy meals during their … more »
One of the most iconic sights in Hong Kong is the Buddha on top of the mountain. Surrounded by a quaint monastery and some really hike-worthy national parks, a trip to the Buddha makes for a pretty fantastic excursion. The monastery is relaxing and always has some incense. It’s easy … more »
The Chi Lin Nunnery in Hong Kong is next to the Nan Lian Garden so if you head there you can see two awesome things at once! The Nan Lian Garden is an amazing Chinese style garden that you walk around, and if an aura of peace could be created … more »
Happy Chinese New Year! Or as they say in the traditional Chinese greeting, “gung hei fat choy”, that is: have a prosperous and fortunate year! During our travels in Hong Kong and Macau we grasped some of the excitement that locals were building up towards the beginning of the New Lunar Year. … more »
Walking along the Avenue of Stars in Hong Kong’s waterfront (in the Kowloon side), we came across the statue of kung-fu legend Bruce Lee. This avenue is dedicated to the most sounding names of Hong Kong’s cinema and Bruce Lee just couldn’t be out. Not only he deserved a star … more »
We were in New Delhi. And we were tired of the smog, the cars honking, the endless confusion and above all, we were missing that tingly feeling you get in your stomach when you travel. Yes, we are addicted! So we decided to book a trip and, after 2 days, here … more »