Nepal is very cheap especially in terms of food, accommodation, and transport. However, I ended up spending so much on visa extension, winter clothes, and the trekking stuff. I figured this can help you plan your trip better so I’ve come up with some ways to save up in Nepal. Visa It doesn’t make sense […]Read More Nepal: How to Spend Your Money Wisely
This is my personal diary of how my hike through the Annapurna Circuit went. By the time I went hiking, Thorong-La Pass was closed after heavy snowstorm and a series of avalanches two weeks prior. I knew I only had as far as Manang to go to and had to hike back the same way […]Read More Hiking the Himalayas: Annapurna Circuit
Chapter 3 of #MayanAroundTheWorld was the beginning on my shift on travel lifestyle — from spending 3 – 5 weeks in a country to extending it to 4 – 12 weeks per country. After a year of doing the former, I realized I would quickly get travel fatigue so I knew I had to change […]Read More Falling in love with Nepal
336 days. That’s how long I’ve been traveling so far. And let me tell you what — it’s not always exciting. Like any routine job, traveling can catch up to have its own routine, where things are the same and they eventually become redundant. Across the last 11 months, I remember that every now and […]Read More Travel Fatigue is REAL
I drove about 3,000 KM across Vietnam. And I am still in utter disbelief I was able to do this. I have always been curious about the world and how far I can venture out to explore and while I haven’t even gone halfway across the world yet, I’ve already seen so much beauty, met […]Read More An Adventure of a Lifetime: Cross-Country Motorbiking in Vietnam
Experience. Dream. Risk. Close your eyes and jump. Enjoy the free fall. Choose exhilaration over comfort. Choose magic over predictability. Choose potential over safety. Wake up to the magic of everyday life. Make friends with your intuition. Trust your gut. Discover the beauty of uncertainty. Know yourself fully before you make promises to another. Make […]Read More Be Wild, Crazy, and Gloriously Free.
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Traveling in this generation has a lot of perks. It makes you realize that when technology developed, so did traveling. So first and foremost, let us thank god or any higher being for one of man’s greatest creation, the internet! The internet is one heck of a travel tool that will make your lives easier […]Read More Booking.com VS Hostelworld: Which is Better?
Packing can be such a chore when you’re about to travel, especially if you don’t plan ahead. When going on a trip, we all want our luggage to be as all-inclusive yet easy to carry as possible, so make sure that you don’t forget all the necessary things you need and leave out all the […]Read More Travel Essentials: What to Pack for Your Next Trip
I arrived in Penang after about a 4 or 5 hour train ride from KL Sentral, Kuala Lumpur. I paid about 70 MYR for the train, which is about 20 MYR more expensive than the bus but it was totally worth it. It was spacious, you can walk around if you’re feeling tired of sitting […]Read More Recommended Hostel in Penang: TIDO Hostel