Tagged: thoughts

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10 ludicrous & crazy experiences on the road

Although I wouldn’t exaggerate and say there have been near death experiences in my travels, some incidences have genuinely made me felt… “Oh shit this is it”. Scraping past dangerous encounters alive can occur...

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Stop, drop and travel

How do you drop everything and just disappear?   Responsibilities, commitments, relationships. These are usually the 3 key reasons for why people suffer with the decision of leaving on a jet plane. As important...

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Neighbouring woes

Coming from a small country and big metropolis; somewhere where perfection is essential and everybody is thorough with over-planning, I think we have a lot to learn from our neighbouring countries. There seems to...

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Lessons from India

After spending merely 2 months in India, I’ve grown to love their culture and how big the hearts of Indians are. Throughout this period of time, there’s so much I’ve learnt, mostly from the...

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The joy of solo traveling

It never occurred to me how much I actually liked being alone. Just about any decision I make on the road is for me and myself, I don’t have to think too much about...

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The people you meet on the road

Do you ever wonder about the people you’ve met briefly? They could be people you’ve had a short conversation with on the bus, people you’ve travelled with from a few days to a few...

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Being a better traveller

It’s clear that there are different types of travellers. You’ve got your backpacker type, the true blue budget one who is a penny pincher but tries to make the best out of the experience...

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15 ways backpacking has altered my way of living

Becoming a great cook Being in different supermarkets all over the world, discovering new ingredients, improvising on recipes, trying out free styled cooking has definitely channelled the inner master chef in me. Learning different...

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The million dollar question & my year end goal

So the million dollar question is “why?” “Why aren’t you settling down”, “Why aren’t you getting a job”, “Why aren’t you getting your life sorted out, you’re already 25” Boom. Exactly my point. I’m...

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5 common misconceptions about backpackers

Backpackers and budget travellers these days seem to be getting wrong kinds of impressions from locals and vacationers. The typical backpacker stereotype is a dirty, scruffy, cheap, booze-craving party animal, but not everyone is...