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Category Archives: adventure
I just realized that it’s been months – ages – since I embarked on my personal journey that took me from Singapore to Jakarta, Singapore to Qatar, Qatar to Barcelona, Amsterdam to Barcelona, Singapore to Perth, and Singapore to back … Continue reading
Two things related to travel that I spotted this week: a pig that almost flew and the “world’s longest train journey” from China. So apparently, a pig was kicked off a flight for being disruptive, says CNN. It was allowed … Continue reading
Ah, Vienna, Austria. I skipped Salzburg, aka where “The Sound of Music” was filmed because of you. It’s weird because I felt like time was passing ever so slowly when I was in Vienna. But looking back at some of … Continue reading
This is what I ate in Florence. Just looking at this pizza makes me hungry again. Problem is, I didn’t note down the name of the restaurant, as the Florence leg of the trip was in a rush.
Harvard University circa 2008. I loved walking on campus and just breathing in the supposedly great academic air of one of the best universities in the world.
I was only in Boston and the nearby areas for a few days in 2008. But I remember it as being a memorable visit.
Winter wasn’t over when I stayed for a few months in New York City in 2008.
Travel blogger Nathan Allen wrote an excellent, though a bit rambly, post about backpacking in the Philippines. I love his enthusiasm, and he tells a great story of how his planned one month of exploration turned into a year. To … Continue reading
I was going through my photos of my amazing one-month Europe sojourn. I’ve been writing about my trip for a publication and I meant to be making a short video but I always have the convenient excuse of not having … Continue reading