Manta Ray Bay Resort

After we were spoiled at the Blue Lagoon we were on our way to Manta Ray resort.  Fortunately we had already talked to people at Blue Lagoon who had been to Manta Ray so we knew it wasn’t going to be the same experience here or anywhere else in Fiji.   …

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A couple more days in Blue Lagoon

We were already in love with Blue Lagoon after our first couple nights.  The atmosphere was extremely relaxed and the people were so nice that we instantly felt at home.  That said, we had an action packed couple days to go with various activities and things to do.  The nice …

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BULA!!! Welcome to Fiji

As Ashley and I wrapped up our time in Hong Kong we were a bit exhausted.   We loved Hong Kong and due to our extremely small room we were out of the there as much as possible exploring the city.    On top of being exhausted from Hong Kong we were …

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Final Thoughts on Hong Kong

A car lovers dream If you have any appreciation for cars you would love going to Hong Kong.  When you first import a car into Hong Kong you have to pay a “first registration tax” of 40% of the cars value up to 150K.  Above 150K it jumps to 75%+.   …

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Halloween in Hong Kong

Anyone who knows Ashley knows that she absolutely LOVES Halloween.   For Halloween we didn’t have costumes due to our limited budget and her husbands lack of enthusiasm for playing dress up, but we did want to get out and do something for Halloween none the less.   We decided to check …

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Hiking in Hong Kong

After being in Hong Kong for a few days it was very apparent that Hong Kong was completely different than China.   Each day we would venture out and check out the area and we always enjoyed it.   Being in Hong Kong felt like being in an Asian version of New …

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Arriving in Hong Kong

Our next stop after China was Hong Kong and we were both ready for a change of pace.  The group of Apple employees in Shanghai told us that Hong Kong was “very different” from China.   We didn’t know exactly what that meant but different had to be a good thing. …

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