Shanghai | China :: Two Days, Two Bunks, One Big Ferry. Find Out What...

Have you ever wondered what a two day ferry voyage across the East China Sea is like? Hopefully we can provide you a little glimpse of what may be in store for you, should...

Osaka | Japan :: Crossing The Formidable East China Sea From Osaka To Shanghai

We are determined not to shy away from any means of transportation during our trip, as the lust of unseen places is fuel enough to drive us forward. Okay, its a nice thought, but...

Hong Kong | China: Tian Tan Buddha

Today, we sought out a little spirituality. We don't do it enough, but in whatever form it may come, taking time to reflect, particularly in extraordinary spiritual places provides a wonderfully cathartic experience. We...

M & T’s Top 11 of 2011 | Things To Do In Beijing

1. The Great Wall: Certainly the most memorable experience of our trip to date. There are many options available ranging in time, money and convenience. We recommend the Jinshangling to Simatai leg, a...

Hong Kong | China: Tai O Fishing Village

Earlier in the day we visited the Tian Tan Buddha, and couldn't leave the area without a glimpse of Tai O Fishing Village. There is nothing completely interesting about this place aside from its...

Hong Kong | China: Hong Kong Currency Is Art!

If there were a contest for the coolest currency in the world, and perhaps the one you would most likely keep just to look at later, it would definitely be Hong Kong's. Isn't it...

Hong Kong | China: Victoria Peak

Tonight we rode to the top of Victoria Peak. The Peak, as locals know it, offers some of the most stunning views of Hong Kong Island, Kowloon and Victoria Harbor. Like many things in...

Hong Kong | China :: Out & About In Hong Kong

As with all places one visits, comes the question, "Could I live here?" Manali and I have asked ourselves this question over and over, but we finally and excitedly said "YES!" to Hong Kong....

Hong Kong | China: Mid Autumn Festival

One of the most important holidays on the Chinese Calendar, is a celebration dating back 3,000 years, when a gentleman named Chang'e was lifted up to the moon. We're guessing he was consequently worshiped....

M & T’s Top 11 of 2011 | Guilin, China

Tales of picturesque mountains nurturing a winding and beautiful river led us to Guilin, China and nearby Yangshuo. We arrived into Guilin International Airport just as the sun set, leaving the 45 minute ride...

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