Hope y’all enjoyed part 1 of helpful travel tips. Here I’ll breakdown the awesome things I learned prior and during my trip that really saved my life and saved me good money as well. If you’re a backpacker, you know how much budgeting can really save you. Here are some of the things I’ve picked… Continue reading Ready. Set. Go! (Helpful travel tips) – Part 2
Travel is a hobby. It’s a passion. It’s an escape. It can be whatever you want it to be, to be honest. Since I started travelling last year, I’ve gotten lots of random questions here and there. So by suggestion, I thought why not write about FAQs and things I’ve learned along the way. Part… Continue reading Get ready. Set. Go! (Helpful travel tips) – Part 1
It’s been 13 months since I left USA and it’s been a whirl wind. I thought it’ll be fun to do a little 10 things I (whatever it may be) about travel. 10 things I hate about you, travel. 1. Rough unpaved roads, especially on a motorbike with a 10kg+ backpack. 2. Rubbish. Everywhere. Lack… Continue reading 10 things I hate about you!
I can be one stubborn person sometimes. I have trouble accepting help. I have difficulty vocalizing what I need. And I feel this the most when I’m sick. I hate asking for help, letting someone take care of me, showing that I’m weak and dependent on someone. But I’ve learned that this is essential to… Continue reading Not helping…
Some moments make you compassionate. Some places inspires you. Some people lift you. I experienced all this in Tamil Nadu. It wasn’t only me, I saw it in everyone around me. I saw it in their eyes, expressions, movements and interactions. February 14, 2017 was the date it started without me knowing fully that this… Continue reading Inspire (Sristi Village, India)
Ever wonder what else is there to life? What else you can do in life? I did so many times back when I was home. I think I may have answered that hindering questions finally. Travelling is absolutely amazing and exhilarating but it’s not as fulfilling as I thought it was. I loved seeing new… Continue reading Give back (Yellow House KL)
When I started my journey I knew I’ll learn a lot about history, cultures and religions. One thing I didn’t expect was how much I’ll learn to connect to my own roots. I’ve learned to embrace it and make efforts to learn more, practice more conversational Chinese, get more excited to be part of the… Continue reading Back to my roots