Here’s a little story about irrationality, love and courage that I have heard during my travels in Europe which got me thinking quite a bit. When I first heard it, there were moments I stopped and stared into space. Imagining what it must feel like or recalling moments that were similar but I let it… Read More When It Comes, would You Do it?
Just Do it When your original plan fails, you better to have a plan B otherwise the frustration will catch up with you. That’s what happened with me a few weekend ago. Originally I should be writing about my journey into this white sandy beach near the Sai Kung geo-park. However, some of my friends… Read More Spontaneously Wandering – Sharp Island
Being Passionate. So you would question; so why aren’t you passionate? What are you passionate about? I wish I can answer these questions with great certainty, if I could then I wouldn’t be here writing about it. I had an epiphany yesterday from attending a networking conference as well as a workshop. There was this… Read More What I miss the most?
Distance: 7 km Duration: 5-6 hours Difficulty: 3/4 out of 5 Why Tsing Dai Stream? It is probably the most beautiful hike with rock pools in Hong Kong. Yes the Tai O infinity pool is beautiful, the Tai Long Wan’s rock pool is one of a kind. But this place took my breathe with its adventurous trail… Read More The Quest in Discovering Rock-pools – Tsing Dai Stream
A GUEST POST BY ANEESH VARMA The excitement has settled and there’s a keener attention towards the finer details of the hotel grounds: the fresh smell of pinewood, the pervading greenery and the richness of material with which everything is built within and without. From the wood used to make furniture to the ingredients used… Read More Immersed in Ukrainian culture and history (and vodka)
Excessive amounts of statues and incense! Arriving at the main hall, sound of a Buddhism chants gradually became louder and louder as i approach the door step. My sight was drawn into the interior where there stood a golden censer with a dragon sculpture as a background. Stronger scent of incense now creeping up to… Read More A Spiritual Hike – Castle Peak & Tsing Shan Monastery (Part 2)
Distance: 2.2 km (around 5km in total) Duration: 2-3 hours Difficulty: 3 out of 5. Why Castle Peak? Castle Peak is one of the tallest mountain in Western New Territories, with the altitude of 583m . The hike is reasonably easy but adventurous (i am going to talk about this below), It gives you plenty of… Read More A Spiritual Hike – Castle Peak & Tsing Shan Monastery (Part 1)
I began my 40 day journey from Singapore with my heart nearly jumping out of my chest from sheer excitement. I’ve been blessed with the opportunity to experience five days in Ukraine, a month in Spain and a week in London. I’m here in Ukraine to attend a wedding of a very close Turkish family… Read More Uncertainty and Excitement: The Journey Begins by Aneesh Varma
Lantau Trail No. 2 NAM SHAN via Sunset Peak Distance: 6.5 km Duration: 2-3 hours Difficulty: 3/4 out of 5 depending on your fitness level. Constant elevation and descent with stairs. The challenging, strenuous yet rewarding hike to Sunset Peak (大東山) on Lantau Island in Hong Kong became one of my favorite hike to do since i… Read More A Test of Endurance : Hiking to Sunset Peak (大東山) in Lantau
A goal is very important to our well-being and personal development, by this i meant the type of goals that drives you positively based on your “own” will. Not those which is influenced by external factors such as friends, parents or other expectations and judgement. I am no expert on this, still trying to figure… Read More What to do with fear?