Comments Off on The Radar: 10 Ways to See Hong Kong, Awkward Solo Travel Situations, Great Food Truck Feasts
  • In a city of over seven million people and 10,000 restaurants, deciding where to eat or even what to do, can be daunting. Hong Kong’s historic alleys, bustling wet markets, and neon skyscrapers– not to mention the rain forests and temples just out of town– compete for visitors’ attention. Don’t know where to start? Here are 10 top ways to spend your time in Hong Kong. [Lonely Planet for BBC]
  • Traveling solo can be highly rewarding, but at times causes the most “normal” of situations to become awkward. From dining solo to not fitting in with the cultural norms, this article discusses awkward solo travel situations and ways to adapt. [Bootsnall]
  • Ice cream isn’t the only curbside treat anymore. Grab some gourmet grub from rolling food trucks like macaroni and cheese or strawberry and chocolate crepes. [USA Today]

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