In a Nutshellother blog: fabulously broke in the city
minimalist since: 2007 -- why minimalism?
talk to me: contact me here!
current location: canada/usa
home: hotel room
owns: 3 suitcases 2 carryons of stuff
# of items: more than 100!
furniture: 1 japanese futon
works: business consultant
gadgets: macbook pro, ipod touch (pda)
drinks: earl grey cream tea
practices: rebel yoga and de-cluttering
loves: minimalism, $$ management, traveling
quirk: must prep my food before eating
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Asia 2011 Archive
Posted on 29 September , 2011 | 2 CommentsTweet Arab Street, which is what I call the Arabic area was a beautiful place for photos. I liked the overall look of the buildings, the mosques were stunning and […]
Posted on 22 September , 2011 | 1 CommentTweet We had a hell of a time FINDING Tianmen Square. Why? Because we exited at the wrong entrance at the subway station and ended up on this side, looking […]
Posted on 15 September , 2011 | No CommentsTweet This temple was sort of hard for us to find. We had to wander around until we finally found the streets we needed, and then we walked past it, […]
Posted on 9 September , 2011 | 31 CommentsTweet As most of you may know, I’m taking all of 2011 off to travel the world and do whatever the hell I want. So far this year, I’ve been […]
Posted on 8 September , 2011 | 3 CommentsTweet
Posted on 1 September , 2011 | 2 CommentsTweet Originally meant to use as musical instruments, they were repurposed to tell the time until the last emperor Pu Yi left the Forbidden City. We didn’t go in, we […]
Posted on 25 August , 2011 | 4 CommentsTweet We LOVED Macau. I know people think of it as some boring casino city, but it is full of history, interesting side streets and delicious Portuguese food. (Actually, we […]
Posted on 18 August , 2011 | No CommentsTweet This was the Donghuamen Night Market in Shanghai at the end of the Wangfujing car-free commercial area and night market from last week. They pretty much sell the same […]
Posted on 11 August , 2011 | No CommentsTweet This is a commercial area called Wangfujing which is located close to where our hotel was (a few blocks away). It is also close to other landmarks, but this […]
Posted on 4 August , 2011 | 2 CommentsTweet This is the nicest area in all of Shanghai. Very modernized, very new and very clean. These lights were great. Telling you how long you had before the light […]
Posted on 3 August , 2011 | 16 CommentsTweet I’m getting a lot of little comments here and there along the lines of: You didn’t go to the right places You don’t know where the locals eat (& […]
Posted on 28 July , 2011 | 8 CommentsTweet This is the entrance to the free Nan Lian Gardens in Hong Kong. You can’t bring in food or drink because of the ants and insects that would overrun […]
Posted on 21 July , 2011 | 2 CommentsTweet This is the Singapore Civic Center with the parliament buildings and so on. This one is the Old Supreme Court. Obviously, Parliament is here. And a beautiful Firefighter’s museum. […]
Posted on 14 July , 2011 | 3 CommentsTweet This is inside the Singaporean National Orchid Garden. It was $5 to enter, and if you want to see more beautiful shots I took of the Orchid Garden, head […]
Posted on 7 July , 2011 | 3 CommentsTweet Singapore Botanical Gardens — a beautiful park to visit. I had too many pictures I couldn’t cut out no matter how hard I tried! So if you want to […]