Tag Archives: Hong Kong

Changing Up the Blog: Fewer posts and more enjoying vacation

You may have noticed that in my series of posts about my summer Iceland trip, I skipped over my time exploring the South Coast and the Golden Circle.  Part of the reason is due to a busy summer at work, it took me awhile to get to editing my photos… Read more »

Return Home: Cathay Pacific Business TPE-HKG, the Cathay First Experience HKG-ORD, and The Pier Lounge

  I was going to fly home via Tokyo on Japan Airlines in First Class to LA, connecting to a domestic first class flight on American to DCA.  When my travel dates changed, I was able to snag a flight on Cathay Pacific First from Hong Kong to Chicago, which is… Read more »

YWW Does East Asia: From Hong Kong to Penang in Cathay Business Class Trip Report

I didn’t even bother to ask for late checkout from the Eaton, so left pretty early for the trip to Hong Kong International Airport.  There are shuttle buses that the Hong Kong Airport Express train runs on various routes picking up and dropping off passengers at hotels, and bringing them… Read more »

YWW Does East Asia: Exploring Hong Kong Trip Report

(Sorry for the delay in finishing this series. Almost done. But life gets in the way.  Credit card links and shilling for airlines don’t pay my bills.) Despite a population of only approximately 7 million, Hong Kong feels like a megacity, with far more than we could explore in the… Read more »

YWW Does East Asia: Eaton Hotel Hong Kong Review – There is No Reason to Ever Stay Here

      Hotels in Hong Kong are expensive.  Originally, I wasn’t supposed to be going to Hong Kong at all, and my boyfriend cares less about hotel loyalty then I do (and doesn’t have status).  So when I saw a deal on Travelzoo for the Eaton Hotel in Hong… Read more »

YWW Does East Asia: Exploring Macau and the TurboJet to Hong Kong Trip Report

There’s actually quite a bit to do in Macau, though we only ended up there about 24 hours as part of a traveling couple’s negotiation.   A few folks had actually told me they found it a better place to pass a few days than Hong Kong, and after doing both,… Read more »