2018 Year End Thoughts and Whatnots…

I cannot believe this is the last day of 2018… It’s such a year! In the end of November 2017, I left London, the place I called home for two years. Started to travel in Portugal, Spain and then Morroco for 2 months. I flew back to Hong Kong on the last day of January…

Living Abroad in London: Tips on Shared House Hunting

注:原文在2017年6月19日撰寫,當時正在新舊屋交接的時間所以決定先不要po出來,一等就等了近四個月的時間⋯⋯ 但這也令我對新屋的狀態有了後續的補充,所以整個shared flat的經驗更全面,希望我的分享可以幫助到正在倫敦這個寸金尺土的地方尋找安樂蝸的你!

Living Abroad in London: Three love-hate relationships

I have been struggling what to write first as many blog ideas have come to my mind lately. I am way too busy (or lazy!?) to sit down and translate the thoughts in my brain. To cut a long story short, I may have to leave my beloved London earlier than I thought, this totally…

A Little Summary of Living Abroad in UK

I arrived London on Thursday, 10th December 2015. Where the heck has time gone? I’ve already spent around 10 months in this country and I want to make a little summary for my memory bank… NB – I just come across this song  tonight, “Fly by Yoga Lin” which has perfectly described my desire for seeing a…

The Coolest Horseback Riding Experience in Bandera, Texas

I love horses and I was keen to try horseback riding during my holiday in Texas this June. Indeed, this was my first visit to Bandera, “Cowboy Capital of the World”. I wasn’t quite sure what to expect to be honest.  I was told that I am not going to a farm nor a stable and…

Elephant and Castle Must-Go 2016! #Cynario_lifeinuk

I MOVED earlier this month. I’m Officially a Southwest (London) girl now! So please excuse my delay in updating this blog! I swear I’m going to write a lot more as now I have the luxury to enjoy my own “home office” (and a tiny bedroom which is very cozy)! I would love to do…

Eat like a local in Hong Kong!

I always want to show people the local side of Hong Kong! It’s just difficult when only really fancy restaurants/chained stores can afford advertisement on guidebooks. I am not saying they are all bad but there are just so many other individual, local restaurants hidden from the radar. Thus, we took Hiroko to King’s Lodge…

Hong Kong, how pretty you’re?

The plan is to catch Hong Kong’s day view, sunset and night view from The Peak. I highly recommend everyone new to Hong Kong to try the peak tram. It was a fun experience (very steep) at a reasonable cost (28HKD single ride, 40HKD return). To be honest, I don’t think it worths to pay for…

Truly Authentic 3-Day Hong Kong Tour! (Part 1)

It has been a while since I blogged last time. September 2015 was a very tough month for me but I’m back to the right track now! I just want to share with you all – Happiness is a choice! I have been hosting friends from other parts the world for many times and the reason…