Monthly Archives: May 2014

Tsim Sha Tsui: Victoria Bay and Live Music

Tsim Sha Tsui is an urban area whose waterfront looks out on Hong Kong’s Victoria Bay.  After I’d spent the first part of the day shopping, I arrived at Tsim Sha Tsui with no real goal in mind, other than … Continue reading

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Tenri: Haunted Dam

One thing that has fascinated me since I was little is the supernatural.  I loved ghost stories, and that turned into a love for truth-based ghost stories, myths, and legends.  While I can’t say I really believe in ghosts, I … Continue reading

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Shopping in Hong Kong

Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on how you look at it), I spent some time during the planning of my trip browsing through La Carmina’s Hong Kong posts, which feature many trendy shopping areas.  So, besides the Hong Kong street markets, … Continue reading

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Girgugamesh Live! Monster Tour 2014 at Osaka’s Club Quattro

Excuse me for stepping out of chronological order once again, but I want to get everything down while it’s still fresh in my mind.  From my experience, concerts tend to be more about pure feelings and living in the moment … Continue reading

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Lantau Island: Tian Tan Buddha and Tai O Fishing Village

While planning what to do while in Hong Kong, there were a few spots that seemed like must-see places that I added to my list.  One of those places was Lantau Island, home to the Tian Tan Buddha (commonly known … Continue reading

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