For me, travel photos are an important element of my travel experiences. Not only do they freeze time and allow you reminisce, they are great to look back on. I see how important it is for most of you as well, as one of the questions I get asked frequently is, how I take and […]
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It’s no secret that besides being a travel blogger, I am also a working professional, which means for the most part, on Mondays to Fridays, 9am to 5pm, I am either behind a cubicle, or attending meetings at my organization. However, every now and again, I break free from the routine, and venture into new […]
My first solo trip was in 2015 to Paris. As you would imagine, I was terrified, inexperienced, and just didn’t know what to expect. There I was, with my little backpack, going to the city of love, alone. But I was tired; tired of waiting for friends to be ready, and I knew it was […]
Whether you’re planning a first trip to Mexico, or you want to make a revisit but still need pointers, I have put together some of my best tips on the things to do, where to stay, and everything you need to know for your trip. Basically, a first-timer’s guide to a memorable experience in Mexico.
In a ‘perfect world’, I’ll have one of the strongest passports in the world, and save loads of money on visa applications. I’ll also be spontaneous enough to hop on a flight to anywhere I want without having to think about visa requirements. However, our world is far from perfect and I still tote around […]
This year, we will be adventurous, get out of our comfort zones, and we will travel more. However, those things will not happen without putting in a considerable amount of effort. If travel is one of your goals for 2018, you’re in luck as I’ll be sharing just how to make 2018 your year of […]
If you ever asked me how I have been able to travel quite a bit, I’m sure I went on a long rant about how you may need to save more money, plan properly, sign up to websites to get travel deals and so much more. While these things are true, after some introspection, I […]