June – the season for summer rain

132 ViewsDecided to come out with a fanciful title post even though it might not have much significance to what I’m about to type but yea these days, the weather has been severely hot and humid. The sun can be shining brightly in the day, and the skies start pouring for an hour or so

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March-ing through a mayhem~

299 ViewsHello dearies who are still somewhat invested in reading about my life beyond travels. I’m back with my monthly updates – on the last day of the month – in my usual last-minute fashion. It has been a chaotic March for me, possibly one of the messiest months in my life in a long

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It has been a really slow leap~

268 ViewsHello, leap year. We see you again. {disclaimer: not so positive vibes ahead. Skip if you ain’t the mood.} The last leap day had been an unpleasant one and I vividly recall the day’s details. No idea why sometimes unhappy memories can’t seem to be flushed out of your brain. I was still in

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Taking it slow in Taiwan for 6D5N – Taipei and Taichung

283 ViewsLast year, I embarked on a brave adventure to bring the folks overseas for the first time post-pandemic. In all honesty, the desire to travel could have been an inherited trait from my parents as they too, loved to travel. When I was a child, they used to plan for family vacations at least

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2023 is coming to an end.

369 ViewsIt’s only the 11th of December yet I’m starting to pen my ‘once-a-year’ aka reflections post, which seems rather early as compared to other years – where I tend to be really rushing things up at the eleventh hour. Well, that’s because I’m currently doing my own quarantine in my room and today is

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Sunset paradise in Bali

669 ViewsOops. I guess I have not been consistent with my once a month blogging as I kind of got lazy to rush to blog within the month of October. I kind of started prepping this post on my bali trip on the last few days of October but somehow I got distracted and here’s

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Khanlao Viewpoint – Glamping at Hat Yai

2,719 ViewsKudos to the power of social media (especially to this Chinese social media known as ‘xiao hong shu’ (little red book) which is heavily used by mandarin speaking audience from Malaysia and China), I stumbled upon this lovely accommodation at Hat Yai which provides a glamping experience ‘in the clouds’. Just sharing with you

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