Visiting Christchurch: Staying in an alpaca farm and take the historic tram in the city center. Known as the “Garden City” to the world, the city enjoys warm weather, abundant sunshine, flower beds, and an expansive Botanic Garden – until it was devastated of being the epicenter of a 2011 earthquake. I witnessed how the city is being restored and it’s recovering.
Tag: city walk
‘The Ultimate Hong Kong Travel Guide for Food Lovers, from Seafood, hot pot, dim sum, egg waffles, milk tea, local traditional dessert, clay pot rice to more! – knycx.journeying
Too much food, too little time. If you are looking for something more local, though, read on:).
I have been to Los Angeles more than I could remember… but I have never come around to see the city. Until one time I had a 12-hour window to take a quick spin in the downtown of Los Angeles by metro…
A travel guide exploring old Havana’s four iconic plazas; visit the Havana Cathedral, Cuban beautiful Baroque buildings, World Unesco Heritage sites … & more!
What to see and do for a stopover in Sydney? Here are some tips and guides of the city’s classic: Sydney Opera House, Sydney Harbour Bridge, George Street, Paddington, Surry Hills, Kings Cross, Haymarket & China Town.
It is not uncommon for a city to have wall paintings or graffiti on buildings. But when I heard Tainan has a street for it, I immediately put this on my agenda. I am talking about the ‘Haianlu’ Art Street. Haianlu Art Street is a renovated art avenue in Tainan with wall paintings and bustle nightlife.
My third encounter in Lisbon, Portugal, was not exactly with a particular person, but the party goers and diners in the old town center of Lisbon on a Friday night; and then we visited the Pastéis de Belém and explored the surrounding areas.
Find the most popular Museums and Galleries in Helsinki. A travel guide of visiting 7 major art museums in Helsinki with a Helsinki card.
A day trip of Tallinn, Estonia, taking a cruise from Helsinki. What to see, how to get there, with a small travel tip for you.Estonia – the “former Soviet” country was actually something more than dull and grey. The city has a legacy from the Russian culture. Anyway, does it worth going? I would say based on the following two reasons…
…Walking on the shopping street in the city center, there were satin shops, vintage toy stores, street vendors, and ice-cream parlors serving desserts with a chairlift shaped waffles and a baby umbrella – everything looks like Hong Kong in the 70s, a setting of a Wong Kar Wai movie – ‘in the mood of love’….