If you want to be a tourist in New York, just google “Things to do in NYC” and be done with it. You can do all the things that no NYer actually ever does (re: Times Square / Katz / Magnolia). If you want something a bit more adventurous and exciting (and NY), read on.
As much as I love big cities, there’s always something nice about stepping into greenery and (somewhat) quiet when you’re surrounded by skyscrapers. While we were in Hong Kong, these were the two parks we visited that I felt were worth mentioning.
Let the food and adventures begin! We started out our trip in Hong Kong, and while our list of places to write about is long, I figured this is a good place to start since they’re slated to open up a store in Royal Hawaiian Center this summer!
It’s been a whirlwind of a trip, and I made the huge mistake of not bringing my laptop. It made for a completely work-free environment, but it also meant that organizing and editing photos, as well as drafting blogs was a bit difficult. So get ready for the outpouring of content!
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