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Shanghai I

I arrived in Shanghai around midday. The first task, as always, was to figure out the local public transportation system. Here I got my first encounter with the skytrain, which in hindsight works just like a subway on pillars. 640 more words


Don't Fall For These Scams While In China (Or Anywhere Else)

Tea time

China is a relatively safe country for tourists, especially compared to other countries. People are hugely friendly even if you don’t speak Chinese. A simple “nihao” with a smile is all it takes to get most Chinese to smile and respond in kind. 1,045 more words


Doore Tea: traditional tea

These days I decided to stop drinking coffee. The caffeine without enough water is affecting me in a weird way so I decided to try cutting it out of my diet for a little while. 119 more words


Tea & Dim Sum

We really miss the Baltic Triangle and all of our lovely customers!

During our summer residency at District we had the pleasure of forming some great friendships and collaborations. 758 more words


T-Chai Ovna - House of Tea

Hello Bella’s

I thought I would do a little post about this unique little hidden gem I came across a few weeks back whilst out shopping with my sister. 952 more words


Alison Appleton - Lark Lane

Our blog is a day late this week, I apologise, someone trod on my router and so I have no internet at home – which is extremely inconvenient. 187 more words


The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar

A cafe without coffee in Sydney?  Welcome to The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar!

Recently opened in the inner city suburb of Redfern, this place is all about tea.   489 more words