Monthly Archives: July 2011

Louis Vuitton steamer trunks.

I cannot stand packing. Back in the day, you didn’t need to pick and choose what to take along… you just took everything… in a trunk that was in itself a closet. How amazing is that?

Lobster Bay Trading Co. is a Hong Kong-based company that has curated a collection of LV trunks that they’re selling.

Wouldn’t it be awesome to travel with a whole shoe trunk?

Shoes are definitely the bulkiest thing to pack! See more beautiful trunks here.

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What $375 a month gets you in HK.

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Rue Shops Hong Kong.

I had the fun task of pulling together some of my favorite shops in HK for Rue Magazine–a very beautiful and inspiring online magazine. Make sure to check out the whole issue–it’s all about travel and it’s awesome!

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Silk farm.

While we were in Chiang Mai we visited a silk factory  and got to see how silk comes to be from start to finish… First the silk moth lays eggs.

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One year celebratory junk!

We’ve officially been in Hong Kong for a year. Right after we moved here we met a nice couple from San Francisco who had moved here just a week after we did on a junk ride. They lived literally just a few blocks from us  in San Francisco and loved all of the same restaurants, but we had never met.

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