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Wednesday Words: The Most Dangerous Risk Of All

Andrea and Matt in Senado Square

I find words inspiring. Words are powerful, and words matter. But other than giving me a fleeting moment of inspiration when I find a quote I like, they’re not doing me a whole lot of good stashed in my drafts folder. So I decided to share words with you every Wednesday — words that are […]

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Wednesday Words: On Negativity

Hong Kong skyline

I find words inspiring. Words are powerful, and words matter. But other than giving me a fleeting moment of inspiration when I find a quote I like, they’re not doing me a whole lot of good stashed in my drafts folder. So I decided to share words with you every Wednesday — words that are […]

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One Day in Macau

St. Peter's ruins, Macau 3

As I mentioned yesterday, we visited Macau, China for the day, as a quick day trip from Hong Kong. We managed to see quite a lot for just one day since Macau is pretty small—only about 18 and a half square miles. From the ferry terminal, we first hopped on one of the free casino […]

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5 Interesting Things About Macau

Historic Centre of Macau

While in Hong Kong, we decided to visit Macua for a day trip. It’s a short trip–just about an hour and 45 minutes on the ferry. Once there, you go through immigration and such, even though you are essentially just moving from one part of China to the next. But this is part of what […]

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Food Round Up: Hong Kong

Dumpings and soup in Hong Kong

In addition to our amazing meal at the Temple Street Night Market, we had several other delicious and/or memorable meals while in Hong Kong. Food in Hong Kong is primarily Cantonese-style Chinese cuisine, with a lot of Western influences. Here were some of our most memorable meals: Fried Dumplings & Sweet and Hot Soup These were filled […]

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