I grew up drinking tea. Milk tea. And through my travels around the world, I\’ve found it as teh tarik in southeast asia, dai pai dong milk tea in Hong Kong to Hong Kong style milk tea out here in the United States of America – a comforting reminder of those boyhood days. However, getting my milk tea fix hasn\’t been cheap. Most places will charge you $2-$4 a pop. To compound the issue some places make the tea out of a powdered concoction that tastes god-awful! So, knowing how truly easy it is to make I\’ve shifted towards making it myself at home. In this post, I share provide an easy to follow step by step guide to making your own cup of this delicious drink at home.
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The holiday season brings out the traveller in all of us and I was no stranger to the phenomenon. However, the natural instinct to perendinate and my interest in finding a bargain inspired me to seek the best possible deal for my long term parking needs at San Francisco International Airport. Surprisingly, the best option in terms of convenience and cost that I was able to locate was the Millbrae BART Station. In this post, I share my experience in the hope that benefits other budget conscious travelers.