Coat of Arms of Sinaloa – Escudo de Armas de Sinaloa

This mosaic below represents the Coat of Arms of the Free and Sovereign State of Sinaloa, designed by the painter and heraldry scholar Rolando Arjona Amabilis.

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30 thoughts on my 30th birthday

I would never think this day would ever come. It always seemed too far and unconsciously, I decided to plain ignore it. Today, it is my birthday. Cheers to my damn self! ;)

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Mazatlán’s pulmonías – Pulmonías de Mazatlán

The best option to move around the touristic capital of Sinaloa is to hop in one of these golf-cart taxi cabs, called pulmonías.

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Cha Chaan Teng at a Tsui Wah Restaurant, Hong Kong – 翠華集團, 香港

Originally posted on Food Touring:

Restaurant: Tsui Wah Restaurant (翠華集團) 
Address: G/F-2/F, Hong Kong House, 17-19 Wellington St.
City: Central, Hong Kong

Cha chaan teng (茶餐廳) is on almost every corner in Hong Kong. In the United States, they are known as “Hong Kong style café”. Here’s a short description of the term, from Wikipedia:

Cha chaan teng (lit.: tea restaurant) meaning tea restaurant, is commonly found in Greater China, including particularly Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and parts of Guangdong. They are known for eclectic and affordable menus, which include many dishes from Hong Kong cuisine and Hong Kong-style Western cuisine. Since the 1980s they can also be found in the Chinatown districts of many Western countries like Australia, Canada, United Kingdom and the United States.

I started my day with breakfast in Central at Tsui Wah Restaurant, a cha chaan teng chain. Cha chaan tengs are a way of life in Hong Kong; food is affordable…

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Cha Chaan Teng at a Super Fast Food, Hong Kong – 美好快餐, 香港

Originally posted on Food Touring:

Restaurant: Super Fast Food (美好快餐) 
Address: Shop 109, 1/F, Fortune City One, 1 Ngan Shing St.
City: Sha Tin, Hong Kong

Cha chaan teng (茶餐廳) is on almost every corner in Hong Kong. In the United States, they are known as “Hong Kong style café”. Here’s a short description of the term, from Wikipedia:

Cha chaan teng (lit.: tea restaurant) meaning tea restaurant, is commonly found in Greater China, including particularly Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan and parts of Guangdong. They are known for eclectic and affordable menus, which include many dishes from Hong Kong cuisine and Hong Kong-style Western cuisine. Since the 1980s they can also be found in the Chinatown districts of many Western countries like Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States.

When visiting Hong Kong, you’ve gotta eat at cha chaan tengs as often as you can! We had breakfast at Fortune City One, a mall in Sha Tin. Yep…

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