So much has happened. I have not been writing because of so many reasons. As much as I want those reasons to be genuinely valid to justify the absence new posts, I do not, however, think that anything should have stopped me from writing on this travel blog. Having said that, I do want to list some of the things that might have been taking so much of the writing energy out of me, an in-my-defence matter of fact.
Continue reading “Catch Me Up”
As the clock strikes 12, bringing us to a new year, we reflect on what we have done in 2015. Well, at least I did. Having to study full time in university and work on non-school days is really demanding. Many had told me to quit my job and just focus on my studies. Wouldn’t it be much easier and less stressful and tiring? Definitely! But I am willing to put myself through this to earn enough money for my hobby – that is to travel! If you want something so badly, you can always find a way to do it! Traveling has always been an escape route for me to temporary leave behind my hectic lifestyle. Continue reading “Hello 2016”
Well, this year has offered me a fruitful journey to reminse upon for many years to come. 2015 has officially boost my travelling experiences and adventures. Regardless of the amount of time and money spent into doing the trips I am about to mention, I have felt a sense of achievement as a solo traveller and a walker of this earth. In total, I have managed to cover 5 cities/towns and yet it just never feels enough…Here’s a quick summary of all my trips this year, enjoy! Continue reading “My Travel Flashback 2015”
My year went with full of surprises. Academically, university life went really great in the first half of the year, but not so great (I think. Results are not out yet) in the second half. I have to admit, one thing that made the difference is my social life (and I don’t even have a girlfriend (yet)). Continue reading “Travel Stories in 2015”
Jogjakarta is one of the travel paradise of Indonesia. Its close proximity to East Java, home of beautiful volcanoes and beaches, and the famous Bali island with all the amazing surrounding islands made it a must-visit destination. You get to experience the culture and the humility of its locals (Trust me, they are unlike the city people in Jakarta or any other big cities in Indonesia). Plus, you get to go back to the past with Borobudur and Prambanan temples, two of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, just an hour away from the city. Continue reading “18 Things To Do in Jogjakarta”
I’m always collecting stuff. No, I’m not a hoarder. I stopped the habit recently because of limited space in my backpack. Also, something about writing helps me to buy less souvenirs when traveling. I guess I just needed something to bring back home. Continue reading “5 Travel Collectibles “
I always say that I want to explore the city, but I never do. From time to time, I come across articles that made it even easier for me to explore Singapore. But still, I don’t seem to start. I admit, I’m one of those people on Facebook who would share links about restaurants and places to visit around the country and tag my friends, telling them “Let’s go!”. Then my friends would acknowledge the posts by clicking “Like”. Continue reading “14 Links for Singaporean to explore Singapore”
I have a little reflection about what I am actually doing. Continue reading “Why Blog?”
The struggle of waking up early was worth it. I started my day with this. Continue reading “Must Try: Sunrise at Angkor Wat”
Started off with Taiwan, exactly a year from today. The trip was to celebrate freedom from National Service.
Continue reading “It’s been a year since I discovered that passion for traveling is a thing.”