Tag Archive: travel

Visiting Ningbo

This year we had 8 days off for the combined holiday of Mid-Autumn Festival + National Week, and I was thinking about where to go. For a while I considered travelling to Guilin… Continue reading

Flying with a baby: My experience

I spent all summer looking forward to our trip to Spain but, at the same time, I was also fearing it. More specifically, I was dreading the journey itself. Over two hours in… Continue reading

Book review: Travel to China

Are you thinking about travelling to China for the first time? Or maybe you are moving here? Are you worried about things like the visa application or what should you pack that is… Continue reading

Holidays in Malaysia: Melaka

The other city we visited during our holidays in Malaysia was Melaka, known in English as Malacca. Melaka was an important port of trade in South East Asia and a colony of the… Continue reading

Holidays in Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur

We are back from our holidays in Malaysia! This has been a much-needed break and I had been dreaming about going on holidays for months. Part of it was because I was fed… Continue reading

Iberian trip IV: Central Portugal

Let’s continue with the chronicle of our Spain & Portugal trip last October! This will be the last entry about the trip and you can check the previous posts here: Madrid, Toledo and… Continue reading

Iberian trip III: Central Portugal

After our Spanish wedding was over, we still had a week to travel around before coming back to China. We decided to go to Portugal, which is just 100 kilometres away from my… Continue reading

Iberian trip II: Toledo

I lived in Spain for over 20 years, but there are many places I never got to visit. One of them was Toledo, a small city in central Spain that was very important… Continue reading

Iberian trip I: Madrid

Because of our Spanish wedding, C.’s parents and 4 Taiwanese friends flew to Spain at the beginning of October and stayed there for 2 weeks. It’s very far, so if you go, you… Continue reading

A temple in Changshu

Last Sunday we went to Changshu, a small city one hour north of Suzhou. Well, small for Chinese standards as it has a population of over one million. I had never heard much… Continue reading