Wednesday, July 18, 2018

The Bangkok Traffic Story



The news about the death of the highly revered King Bhumibol Adulyadej of Thailand swept across the world. As a sign of respect, the entire nation of Thailand was in a state of mourning. The famous night clubs and entertainment strips were closed, and almost all the locals wore black. As the country plunged into what it seemed to be the darkest moment of their modern history, it got me thinking if I should still push this trip with my friends.

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

4 Essential Actions To Take Before You Go Traveling



Traveling, planning routes, times, and places to go can be exhausting and prove hard work. However, doing all of this is part of the process, and you’re gearing yourself up for the fun part, and arguably, some of the best fun you’ll have in your lifetime. When it comes to packing your bags in preparation for your expedition, you’re going to want to find out how the experts and the experienced travelers go about it. You don’t want to miss an important item out of your list, but you also shouldn’t be packing everything but the kitchen sink into your bag and ending up weighing yourself down with heavy and cumbersome luggage. Before you go traveling, whether it’s near or far, there are four essential actions to take:


Thursday, July 5, 2018

Why Long-term Travel Isn't For Me



Five minutes after we departed Changi International Airport, the seatbelt sign has finally been switched off by the captain. The cabin crew stood up and started to serve hot meals. To kill time, I watched Dear Other Self on my in-flight entertainment system. The Filo movie was about a working girl on her mid-20s who tried to venture travel blogging and long-term travel. I couldn't help but think what is it like to be in her shoes.

What if one day I would just quit my job, pack my bags, and just travel around the world?

Or maybe not.

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