We now have an .onion site!

Posted on August 30th, 2015 in technology 

No idea why I did this, but hey why not!

Personally, I like being inclusive, thats why this site supports http/https/spdy/ipv6, and now it's on TOR.

 

Plus, it does give me the opportunity to learn about how tor works!

[..]

Read more...

Mapping the world - Why I chose openstreetmaps instead of google maps?

Posted on August 6th, 2015 in technology 

You might be wondering about why the use of Open Street Maps in the venue pages instead of using Google Maps.

[..]

Read more...

Hacker's Bar: Grab a drink and watch live coding for entertainment

Posted on July 9th, 2015 in reviews,asia pacific,bars,bitcoin 

Tokyo is one of those places where you would find places which are unconventional (as far as Western society) goes. That's why I like the place. It's very different, and also has a sense of order in the chaos (for example - the famous Shibuya crossing where at least 1000 people cross every few minutes, yet without incident).

The place this post will feature is yet another unconventional place* which appeals to the tech-savvy and geek crowd.

[..]

Read more...

MALINS: Authentic fish and chips in Tokyo

Posted on June 17th, 2015 in reviews,tokyo,japan,food 

Being fortunate enough to know a few Tokyo based food bloggers has it's merits sometimes. Finding places a little off the tourist trail and places where you'd see only locals go to.

This place in particular is a british fish and chips store.

[..]

Read more...

Omotesando Koffee: Hidden gem coffee shop in Tokyo

Posted on June 13th, 2015 in reviews,coffee,tokyo,japan 

Tucked away in a quite residential area in the Jingumae area lies a hidden secret, which makes one of the best coffee shops in Tokyo (possibly even Japan).

[..]

Read more...

Tim Ho Wan Sydney Initial thoughts..

Posted on May 26th, 2015 in food,reviews,asia pacific 

In late March 2015, The Hong Kong michelin star business Tim Ho Wan has finally opened its doors in Sydney's northern suburbs.

[..]

Read more...

Lamma Island: Seafood, Tofu Fa, Hiking and Beaches

Posted on May 14th, 2015 in hong kong,reviews,travel 

Hong Kong might be a concrete jungle. however a half an hour ferry ride from Central you can escape it all.

This post in particular will talk about Lamma Island, which is my personal favorite hiking place.

[..]

Read more...

The Hong Kong Airport OneWorld Lounge Mega-post

Posted on May 4th, 2015 in travel,travelling well,asia pacific,lounges,reviews,hong kong 

Another airport lounge post. But this ones a special one.

At Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 1, if you're a One World member you have many choices for lounges depending on where your gate is - or you can just do all of them if you have at minimum of 6 hours.

Yes you can do all of the lounges if you want to, as each lounge has its unique selling points.

[..]

Read more...

Hawker Malaysian Cuisine: The almost definitive guide to what's good there

Posted on April 27th, 2015 in asia pacific,food,reviews 

Hawker is one the newest* addition to the Sydney Malaysian food scene from the creators of Mamak. Rather than Indian Malay food, it focuses more on the Chinese Malaysian food.

[..]

Read more...

Shake Shack: It should be on your list when in NYC

Posted on April 23rd, 2015 in americas,food,reviews 

Like In-N-Out in California, and Pats/Genos in Philadelphia. The fast food of many New Yorkers to try is Shake Shack. Yes, the queues are long, but it's worth the wait.

[..]

Read more...