One of the best ways to enjoy Hong Kong’s city skyline is to take one of the many harbor cruises that ply Victoria Harbor. There are a multitude of cruises to choose from ranging from standard cruises to dinner cruises, sitting on the Star Ferry or a traditional Chinese junk.
Mention Hong Kong and almost everyone will have in their mind a city full of skyscrapers, crowded streets and millions of people. However, Hong Kong does have it’s fair share of nature reserves, beaches and islands which are unfortunately missed out by most travelers. Continue reading “Taking the Island Cruise in Sai Kung”
Most people come to Katoomba just to see the 3 Sisters. But besides that, there is a small waterfall that you can visit easily, even if you don’t have a rental car to drive around. Continue reading “Exploring the Blue Mountains – Katoomba Cascades”
This village in the Blue Mountains is often missed out by tourists who do the usual day trip from Sydney. If you do have time to stay a few days in the Blue Mountains, you should try to make a visit to Blackheath. Continue reading “Exploring the Blue Mountains – Blackheath”
Would you go on a tour to look for ghosts, spirits and hauntings? If this idea fascinates you then read on, for we are about to take a journey into the supernatural…Continue reading “A Haunted Tour”
It’s the start of the new year and I have been neglecting this blog for a while. So it’s time to start my travel tales again. To start things off, we are off to Down Under.
Anyone who has visited Sydney would have heard of “The Rocks”. Located near the Sydney Harbour Bridge, this area was the site of the first settlement when convicts from England arrived here. It used to be a slum in it’s early years but has now evolved into a tourist attraction in it’s own right. During my first visit to Sydney (you can read it here) I didn’t get a chance to visit The Rocks. So on my second visit, I made sure to see as much as I could of it.Continue reading “The Rocks”