A global village: the power of travel - Ms. In The Biz -
I sum up my trip to Asia and reflect what I’ve learned over at Ms. In The Biz — plus more pictures! Thanks for following along while I was there (I loved hearing your thoughts) and please leave a comment and/or share if you like! xo
Well hello LAX, good to see you! (Even if you are all smokey). Glad to be home. (at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX))
Alright my digital co- travelers, LAX bound shortly, thank you for following along. So grateful for all my experiences, for celebrating an incredible anniversary with my wonderful husband and for seeing yet another majestic corner of our beautiful planet . See you soon (and can’t wait to see my kitty hope she is ok!) xo
Btw, watching CCTV (the central govt TV) is fascinating!
Back in China, so no access to twitter. 3 hours to do some writing and hope the AC starts working!
Flight to Guangzhou, China first before our flight home. Long day ahead :)
Singapore was a perfect end to our trip: a tropical Vancouver meets Las Vegas (in an amazing shopping and restaurant way). Such a blending of cultures and luckily for us, most people spoke English. The Four Seasons was wonderful (again) and drinks at The Fullerton and Marina Bay Sands were highlights (plus seeing a friend from high school). Really hope to return!
Last morning in Singapore - and a blue skies view from our room. Time to pack…that Dr. Seuss quote seems appropriate right about now. (at Four Seasons Hotel Singapore)
Last morning in Singapore - and a blue skies view from our room. Time to pack…that Dr. Seuss quote seems appropriate right about now.
Pool at the edge of the world. (at Ku Dé Ta)