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2016 Travel Round Up & Destinations for 2017

Where I’ve Been Travelling in 2016 At the start of 2016 I made a promise myself to do more, see more, live more. I already had big hopes and was feeling optimistic. With my best friend living on the other side of the world in Hong Kong for the past two years, it was somewhere both myself and Luke wanted to experience with them living there before they left to…

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Tokyo and Hong Kong Stationery Haul

Stationery Obsessive It’s no denying that being a designer comes hand in hand with being a stationery obsessive. I use various pens and notebooks on a daily basis, as well as being a blogger. And lets face it, everyone loves a pretty notebook right? They’re just so hard to resist, I find myself stock piling them then never using them because I want whatever I write in them to be…

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Hong Kong’s Buddhist Temples

Best Buddhist Temples Going to Hong Kong, the biggest thing on my list of must-do’s were the temples. I knew there would be lots of them, but I wasn’t prepared to find them on every street hidden away. Whether it be tiny shrines in shop door ways, or hidden temples that have stood the test of time slotted between the high rise buildings. Prepare yourself for stepping into the tranquility…

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An afternoon in Stanley, Hong Kong

Visiting Stanley Yearning to escape the high rise buildings, and fast pace of life in the heart of Hong Kong; we headed to the village of Stanley. Originally a traditional fishing village, Stanley offers a space to relax with some peace and quiet. You can get to Stanley various different ways, from the MTR to Causeway Bay and onto the 40 minibus, or 16M from Wan Chai. There are also…

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Visiting Lantau Island & Big Buddha

The Big Buddha Hong Kong’s Big Buddha is unmissable from almost anywhere in the city on a clear day. It’s the first thing you’ll see when you fly into Hong Kong airport, a sight I will remember for years to come – flying over the lush greenery and surrounding sky scrapers with the buddha sitting up in the midst of the clouds within the mountains, you can’t deny how impressive…

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