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Mong Kok Photo Essay: The Crazy Heart of Hong Kong

Mong Kok in Hong Kong is a densely packed area of gritty tenement buildings, bustling markets, hotels rented by the hour and Chinese medicine pharmacies alongside spangly electronics shops selling the latest gear. It’s a place where Hong Kongers live, work and shop. The crowds are intense, the traffic frenetic, but it feels alive and vibrant. Take a look at these photos to learn more.

Learning to Cook Japanese Buddhist Cuisine in Kyoto

Kyoto has a long history of shojin ryori, the vegetarian cuisine that the Zen Buddhist monks eat in temples in Japan. A cooking class is a great way to learn more about these fascinating dishes which feature many unusual ingredients.

Scams to Know: Nicaragua

Two sets of couples we know have been robbed in and around Managua over the past 2-3 weeks. Normally I give a location the benefit of the doubt but this is just getting absurd. I want to make sure that you know what to look out for when you are traveling through Nicaragua.

Interview with Jodi from Legal Nomads

Jodi Ettenberg from legalnomads.com left behind a successful career as a lawyer to eat her way around the world. Her round the world trip never stopped and over three years later she is still going. In this interview she discusses her love of Burma, challenges of long term travel and the best food in SE Asia.

Vegetarian Survival Guide to Hong Kong

Eating is an important part of experiencing Hong Kong and although items like pig’s blood, chicken’s feet and shark fin often feature on menus, with a little planning vegetarians can eat well too. This guide shares the best place to find vegetarian dim sum in Hong Kong and other tasty eats.

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