Thursday, November 26, 2015

Clock Tower and Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade in Hong Kong

One of the Top 10 attractions listed by Hong Kong Tourism is the Clock Tower and Tsim Sha Tsui Promenade (in which the tower is located). I visited the Clock Tower and spent a rather humid afternoon at the promenade on a weekday, during lunch time. Sharing my experience and views of these top rated attractions by Hong Kong Tourism Board. 

Monday, November 23, 2015

Discovery Bay in Hong Kong ~ A Laidback lifestyle in Asias World City

One of my first sightseeing trips in Hong Kong was to Discovery Bay. My friends (who are hong kong residents) suggested we go there for lunch & stroll on the weekend, which was also the first day I had landed in the city.
I quite liked the laidback lifestyle of Discovery Bay and the small but pretty Discovery Bay Beach.

Friday, November 20, 2015

Disneyland Hong Kong Day Trip ~ Being a Kid again for a day

There are times when I just want to go back to my childhood, be a kid again and do all those nonsensical things (like spending endless hours daydreaming, reading my favorite comics and novels, riding the crazy rides in the fairs and most of all just being me!!) that as adults we are not suppose to do.
One of the best experiences in my Hong Kong trip was a day trip to Disneyland Hong Kong . It was one day, after many many years, that I spent without  care in the world with my best friend. Sharing here my experience of my Disneyland Hong Kong Trip.

Tuesday, November 17, 2015

Hong Kong Solo Trip ~ Experiences of Day 1 in Asia's World City

I am in Hong Kong as I write this post, looking out of the 12th floor balcony towards the harbour. It has been 3 days in this Asia's World City but right from day 1, I have felt welcome to Hong Kong!

Sharing my experiences of landing and navigating through Hong Kong on Day 1.

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Saree Stories are my travel stories ~ From my diaries of 100 saree pact

Alert: This post features sarees, lots of them!!

I love sarees and while I have written quite a few posts on them, this post is not really about that.
I want to tell you that my sarees are my travel stories. As many regular readers know by now that my job takes me across length and breadth of India. I go to the most remote corners and most times, the traditional handloom sarees I buy are the only souveneirs I am able to come back with. So finally when the lovel ladies anju mudgal kadam and ally matthan started the 100 saree pact on social media, I thought it was a wonderful opportunity for me to take out my souveneirs and show off. 
Over the past few months, I have conciously made an effort to wear sarees at all possible places and occasions. Sharing with you some of sarees here. For individual saree stories, please visit my instagram handle @myunfinishedlyf

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