Author Archives: traveling4work

Best Travel Tips for Hong Kong

Omg..it has already been two years since my last post!? Time flies and haven’t had an inspiration to write since I was repeating same locations for work travel…until now that is. Woohoo!! A new place to visit – Hong Kong … Continue reading

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Beautiful Dalles combined with Tax Free Shopping Makes a Perfect week

My travels in the US are usually to rural industrial areas, far from the bustling city life or scenic landscapes but there is always an exception. That would be Dalles, Oregon. 🙂  The hourlong drive for Portland airport to Dalles … Continue reading

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I’m in the South..

Debating flying vs driving, I decided to drive the four hours from Atlanta to Charleston. The way to Charleston was in darkness so I didn’t see much but when driving back to Atlanta.. OMG I saw the most beautiful fields … Continue reading

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In-N-Out Burger

I finally stopped by an In-N-Out burger by San Francisco airport on Washington street. The hype seems to be real with drive through line curving around to the second street.  I attempted to park by circling the lot twice then … Continue reading

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Inbetween Job Anxiety

I was asked to do another panel interview for my new job that I had already interviewed, got an offer and quit my job for.  I was appalled. I complained to the recruiter that why wasn’t I told about this … Continue reading

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Catacombs of Paris

One of the most fascinating places that I’ve visited! Stacks of bones and skulls..displayed in a ‘romantic’ way. Well, that was one way the audio guide explained it. We made it in on the 2nd day attempt. (There is always a … Continue reading

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The Peace Palace

To be honest, I did not know a place called, the Peace Palace existed.  Even if I heard of it in the past, I guess it did not fully register in my head.  So, for me, it was a learning … Continue reading

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