April 26, 2012

What It Is Like to be in a Cruise

    Yangtze River Cruise was officially my first luxury-scenic cruise experience. I’m not exactly ‘luxury’ type of a traveler, but I wanted to experience what I don’t normally do.   Four days of the cruise was one of the […]
April 9, 2012

Why We All Should Travel

    “The natural world doesn’t come with an instruction leaflet, so it teaches you to use your creative imagination.”   It pretty much sums up what I think about travel. This is a part of the news article from […]
February 24, 2012

Tropical Fruits in Laos and Graphic Guide to How to Eat Them

    One of the best things about being in a tropical country is their fruit. How can I resist having mango, mangosteen, and papaya everyday? It is more desirable because I couldn’t get them in my home country; where […]
February 21, 2012

How to Prevent Getting Malaria? — Advice from Travel Experts

    How to Prevent Getting Malaria? — Here are advices from Travel Experts!   When we decided to stay in Laos for few weeks, I got worried about getting malaria. I’m very easy target to mosquitos – to this […]
December 23, 2011

Why You Need an Extra Hour While Traveling

    Travel Tips: Why you need to plan extra time while traveling   Time, time, time… Time is always an issue during travels. We are late or early, stuck in traffic, stressed out… Especially if you are having a […]
December 9, 2011

Your Holiday Shopping Guide in Korea on a Budget

“I need to go to holiday shopping for my family back home and I have no idea what to buy!” I’ve heard some concerns about the holiday shopping from my expat friends. Yes, it can be hard if you are […]
December 2, 2011

Her Packing List: Five Extra Something in My Backpack

    I’m leaving soon, and traveling with a backpack. This trip is going to be long, and it’s not a vacation. I will be living out of my backpack, so I need my usual items along with super-travel-friendly things. […]
November 10, 2011

Small Things that Make Your Hiking Trip Better

    Multiple days hiking trip is a great microadventure. It is a compact version of the simple life: pack light and travel further. The backpack with essential hiking gears, a tent and a sleeping bag are all we need. And, […]
October 24, 2011

Small but Powerful 5 Items in a Corner of Your Backpack

  Packing can be a joyful process before get on the plane, and also can be stressful. All of a sudden all stuff in your place looks very handy and very important for every reason you can think of. But, […]
September 17, 2011

The 10 Rules of The Roadtrip

    It’s been almost two months since we left for our roadtrip. And it’s about to end. Well, it has been longer than we expected when we started. Roadtrip in the US has been on my continuous bucket list […]
May 23, 2011

Sometimes, I don’t really care for Solo Travel

I don’t insist to be a solo traveler. I’m not a loner. Oh I’m definitely not. It just happened from the beginning and it works fine so far. I have love and hate complicated relationship between solo travel for years, but generally […]
January 8, 2011

List of Things to Do in Singapore by a Singaporean

. We all know one of the best ways to get local information is fro locals. Wandering around and getting lost are other great options which I love, but these two are different methods to approach. . . When I […]