Neighbourhood Cafe, Mano is a bright, open space serving awesome coffee, salads, sandwiches and cakes.
You Can’t Buy Happiness, But You Can Buy Coffee at Mano and That’s Pretty Close
Mano, mano, man, do I like coffee. Especially when it’s accompanied by cake. And cookies. Maybe some salad to balance it out. So, I was excited to hear that Mano (which has always had delicious coffee) recently re-opened as a neighbourhood café I’m always on the lookout for a great café, and popping over to Paris isn’t always an option. So, I decided to give it a try.Read more »
Relocating with children is a challenge, as well as a wonderful opportunity. Discover how to make your move a smooth experience and what signs to look out for if things go wrong.
Have A Smooth Move
Have you seen this summer’s hit movie, Inside Out? The film takes a journey into the mind of 11 year old Riley, who is experiencing what many children in Hong Kong have experienced, family relocation.
Leaving all that’s familiar and starting life somewhere new stirs up a whole range of emotions, some positive and some negative. The movie cleverly uses five characters living inside Riley’s brain to depict the emotional struggle that she faces. Importantly for both parents and children, by naming these emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and Sadness – the film is the perfect starting point for exploring and discussing the whole experience of relocation.Read more »
Fancy a staycation? Here are 5 hotels in Hong Kong with superb pools, stunning scenery and great service.
Take a Break and Escape the City
If you are feeling the need to escape and unwind from the frenetic pace of life in Hong Kong but without the hassle of airports and jetlag, a staycation is the perfect solution.
HotelQuickly have narrowed down the Top 5 hidden hotel gems, with superb pools, top quality dining options and great scenery for you to relax, unwind, and recharge. Read more »