It’s all coming to an end, too quickly but not quickly enough

I’m feeling a little lost right now. For the past three months, I was focused on exploring this extraordinary part of the world. For the past three months, my mission was simple – to live as much as humanly possible. But it’s all coming to an end now, as I sit here with a coffee…

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I promise I did not fall off the face of the earth this past month.

If you follow my blog, you’ll notice that I’ve not posted anything up in exactly one month. I’m sorry and I swear I’ve got a good reason – I accepted a job. It all happened really quick. I started working a week after the interview. I’ve been working with TrekkSoft, a software company for tour and activity companies, for…

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The Unglamorous and Unedited Life of Backpacking around Europe

Follow my blog with Bloglovin I got bored writing about the various places I’ve visited. Not because those places weren’t nice or interesting, quite the contrary actually; but because it got rather mechanical and my quality of writing got really bad. Did you guys notice the lack of funny puns and ridiculous GIFs? I did…

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From Russia with Love: #3 Learning about the world from the Red Square

I spent a week in Russia and I fell in love with the country and its people. They remind me of the misunderstood big kid in class and I want to take my time sharing about my experience traveling there solo. I will be posting up a few short write ups about specific incidences and…

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My trip to Auschwitz and Birkineau, the largest cemeteries in the world.

I visited the camps with a tour group arranged by ePoland to avoid the hassle of figuring out the bus routes and tickets for each campsite. On our way there, we watched a short documentary about the events that took place between 1940 and 1945. I could feel tears welling up at some of the clips…

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What I learned from the Communism Walk in Budapest

I love free walking tours. Most major cities have them, and they’re awesome. A day after the Merdeka (Malaysia’s 58th Independence Day, recently renamed “National Day” – don’t even get me started), Sue Huey and I went on two walking tours, a Budapest Free Walk at 10.30am and a Communism Walk at 3.30pm. For those of you who…

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