Ticking Off the Northern Lights in Iceland 

I'm still pinching myself. Being able to see the Aurora Borealis, aka Northern Lights, with the naked eye has been at the top of my bucket list. It did not disappoint. I expected it to be beyond freezing. It wasn't. Roughly -1°C was the lowest temperature it reached. I expected to trek deep into no... Continue Reading →


Climbing a Sticky Waterfall in Thailand 

Water is cascading around you, christening your body as you maneuver your way up through the rock's creaks. There's nothing quite like it; climbing a waterfall is such an exhilarating experience.  After discovering Bua Tong on a blog in my research of Chiang Mai, I knew it was a must do. It was everything I... Continue Reading →

Myanmar’s Bagan Needs to Be On Your Bucketlist 

It's 4.03am. Pitch black outside. They said it was going to be +30°C  so I was very unprepared for the temperatures I met stepping outside our $10/night hostel in Bagan.  My brother and I jump on our rented moped which max's 60km/hr. We follow a young traveller since the darkness hinders our sense of direction.... Continue Reading →


Experiencing a Raw Side of Hong Kong 

Stepping off the ferry, I instantly fell in love. It felt homely, just like the other Asian countries I have been to. Cheung Chau island just off mainland Hong Kong was a nice getaway. Compared to the busy, bustling life in the city, Cheung Chau was a fascinating contrast exposing a raw side of Hong Kong.   From... Continue Reading →


The Startling Reality of Macau They Don’t Show You in Brochures

Macau. Known widely to the world for its bright shiny lights, dazzling casinos and mini Vegas setting. But behind the bright shiny lights is a reality of Macau they don't show on the glossy travel brochures.  Behind the bright shiny lights are streets full of poverty. The day trip journey to Macau started with an... Continue Reading →


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