Monthly Archive: February, 2014

A sublime spectacle at Haleakala

The sight that enraptured Mark Twain.

Snippets from the road to Hana

The road to Hana is not about the destination, but the journey.

Friends, fiction and balderdash!

“A discombobulate orgiophant who collops a lollygag is certainly smellfungus.”
Combine friends, fiction and balderdash, and hilarity is sure to ensue.

Dragon’s Back and lessons on what NOT to do when hiking in Hong Kong

Stunning views for relatively low effort – Dragon’s Back is a must-do hike in Hong Kong.

The 3 ‘M’s: Our most memorable meals in Hawaii

My top 3 restaurants from our trip to Hawai’i

The Hong Kong Foodie tasting tour

Two Indians joined a motley crew consisting of tourists from Canada, Sweden, America and France, to delve into the local cuisine of Hong Kong.

The Lamma Island family trail

Just a 30-minute ferry ride away from HK, Lamma island was a world away from urban Hong Kong – charmingly rustic and amazingly serene.