Alisha Explores Zhangjiajie

FINALLY I have been wanting to go here for 3 years. and I finally got to go. Zhangjiajie is city in Hunan, a souther region of China. It is known for 3 national parks: Zhangjiajie Canyon, Zhangjiajie National Park, and Tianmen Mountains. A whole lot of cool area to see in not a small amount... Continue Reading →

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Alisha Explores Beijing (again)

This past weekend, Boyfriend, Boyfriend's parents, and I traveled to Beijing to show them some of the Beijing highlights during their 1-week vacation in China. Boyfriend and his parents hadn't seen each other for 2 years, and the last time was when I met them for the first time. They had arrived a week prior,... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Kunming

Kunming is awesome. Hands down Boyfriend and I took a really late flight from shanghai on Friday night. We took a taxi to our hotel and slept On Saturday morning, we woke up and prepared for our day. Only at this time did I really realize the beauty that was our hotel and our hotel... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Chongqing

For my birthday trip, Boyfriend and I went to Chongqing Chongqing is one of the largest city provinces in China. Most provinces (you could think something like a us state) in China have a capital and major cities within. City provinces like shanghai and Chongqing are city propers that are so large that they are... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Bangkok

Bangkok. Bangkok. Bangkok I don’t even know how to talk about this place. Heat. Humidity. Heat. Humidity. Grime. Traffic I don’t think it’s a place I’ll revisit. That’s for sure We arrived in the afternoon and it was hot. We had to walk a bit to our hotel, and by the time we reached there,... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Chiang Mai

Happy Chinese New Years! Happy Year of the Pig! I participated in the worlds largest migration this February, which has not been as bad as it has been described. Maybe it's because I'm a master traveler now? Not sure. But we'll use that excuse Boyfriend and I had a 10 am flight of Shanghai Pudong... Continue Reading →

Alisha Explores Hanoi and Halong Bay

Somehow, it always rains wherever Boyfriend and I go; Seoul, Tokyo, Osaka, Taipei, Nanjing, Suzhou. So naturally, it rained on our long weekend in Vietnam We left early from Shanghai, catching a Didi (chinese version of Uber) at 4 am to catch our 6:45 am flight. It was pouring rain in Shanghai, so I was... Continue Reading →

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