New York is one of the most popular cities in the US and it is easy to see why. Known as the City that Never Sleeps, is it possible do to New York in a weekend? The answer is yes and we will show you how!
My old suitcase has started to fall apart and I have been looking for an excuse to get a new and lighter one.
As much as we love travelling, there is truly no place like home. We love returning to home our familiar (but slightly messy) surroundings. There is nothing quite like the feel of your own mattress, the smell of your pillows and a slipping into a fluffy pair of slippers.
Venice was our first non-honeymoon holiday (a month into our marriage :P) It was a short weekend trip and here are what we learned about this beautiful and romantic city.
1) There are no cars
We knew Venice has a lot of water… but we didn’t know that there are no roads at all in the main island, only canals!
Don’t try to navigate the city on foot using Google Map, it just doesn’t work…
We found that the best way to get around is via water buses. You get a fantastic view of the city and it gets you to everywhere you’d need to go. Beware though, it can get very crowded at times.
Hong Kong is a special place to us. It is where our parents originated from and where one of us grew up. We would normally spend at last a week there when we visit but this time, we only had 3 days…! There is so much to see, do and eat in Hong Kong, packing it all in 3 days was a difficult task… Continue reading