Mass Transit Done Right

The part about Hong Kong that has really imprinted upon me the most is the density of the city.  Each of the subway stations I’ve been in there were people coming and going in mass.  Trains would arrive at least every few minutes at the slowest rate and every minute at peak.  In contrast CalTrain... Continue Reading →

Day 4: Hong Kong

By this point in the trip I was feeling pretty adept at rolling around Hong Kong. It was day 4 and I had the morning to poke around the area that was closest to my hotel.  I strolled into the market and bought some fruit for breakfast.  Since I was in Asia, Asian pears were... Continue Reading →

Day 2: Hong Kong

Today I woke up well rested after a long day traveling. Extreme time changes seem to be unpredictable for me. Moving the clock forward 16 hours has it's effect on me, but in general, the process has been much smoother than I had expected. Now that I'm here I really have no idea what I'd... Continue Reading →

Day 1: Hong Kong

I've never been to Asia. San Francisco was the closest to Asia that I've ever been aside from the occasional outing to the Chinese restaurant as a kid. When the opportunity arose to travel out to Taiwan for work, I jumped on it. With a bit of crowd sourcing on where to go, the masses... Continue Reading →

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