Sheshan is the highest point in Shanghai. At a whopping 100.8 meters above sea level, the ascent doesn’t pose much of a challenge. Add in a paved trail to the top and you are looking at a pretty relaxed hike.
Check out our first video-attempt! Scooter Trip to the Shanghai Ikea.
This is what we all imagine Chinese cities look like. The Shanghai Old Town features traditional Chinese architecture with the towering buildings of Pudong in the background. Old Town is the original Shanghai before it became the sprawling metropolis of today.
About as street food as street food gets, the Friday Muslim market is a delicious way to grab a quick bite to eat in the Jing’an area. Click to see what all we ate!
One of the most difficult parts of living in another country is changing your expectations about how things, “should be.” Food culture shock is real and looks can be deceiving. Read more…
Creating a packing list of items needed for a year abroad seemed like a completely daunting and overwhelming task. How do you know what you will need in 7 months? Check out the full list.
What living in a 50 square meter ‘Tiny Apartment’ actually looks like!
Pros & Cons of Living in Shanghai after the first week here.
5 Days visiting the family in Asheville, North Carolina. Our favorite eats & activities.
Palo Duro Canyon is a must-see if you are ever in the West Texas area. Driving there, you pass many cotton fields and suddenly happen upon a gorgeous canyon.