Tag Archives: Hong Kong

Spiralizer Chow Mein

Hong Kong to me was fishing villages and tint apartments and some pretty bland Chinese food. It was also incredibly fresh seafood, lots of crab and lobster, a land without napkins and getting yelled at by taxi drivers who didn’t care that we did not speak Chinese. A week in Hong Kong meant checking out …

Crabs, Cash and Dreams Coming True

A year ago I was sitting in the fanciest seafood restaurant we could find in Tsim Sha Tsui Hong Kong, the whitest person in the restaurant, okay actual the only white person in the restaurant, and wanting desperately to have just one napkin. How do you destroy a delicious crab without even one napkin? This …

Travels in Hong Kong 101

I live in a forested mountain area that has been plagued by wildfires for the last ten years. The smokey brown skies of wild fire season are not something that I miss about southern California when traveling halfway across the world. After a 10 hour flight from LAX where luckily we did manage to sleep …

How I Learned to be more Environmentally Conscientious in 2017

If there is one thing that I took away from all the adventures we had in 2017 it’s this; We live in a beautiful world. And I hope it stays that way. 2017 was a year that saw us traveling internationally, ringing in the New Year in Bangalore India. On December 31st 2017 we had …

A Chipmunk Gets Lost in Mong Kong

Tonight my boyfriend lost his chipmunk in the crazy busy shopping district of Mong Kok Hong Kong. This was not like getting lost at the Beverly Center in Los Angeles. I couldn’t just meet him in front of Nordstrom. He told me to meet him in front of the McDonald’s after I stopped shopping for …