My First Impression of Yangon

A couple of years ago, I bought a promo ticket to Myanmar but unfortunately was unable to use it due to some budget concerns. Luckily, budget carriers in Air Asia often have fare promotions and I was able to snagged again a great deal for my tickets to Myanmar last February. Me and my friend […]

Why Seoul is the #1 Party City in the World

It might come as a surprise to you to hear that Seoul is indeed the #1 party city in the world. But first, let me back up a bit. I’ve partied in over 40 countries since 2012. I spent 4 months living in Prague and partying in almost every big city in Europe, including Barcelona, […]

Nine Things to Do in Edinburgh

Edinburgh is one of the cities in Europe that I’m thinking of visiting when I get the chance to visit Scotland. The city is known for its rich cultural heritage and tons of historic buildings and castles also abound. There are multitudes of interesting things that can be seen, so if you’re thinking of visiting […]

Meet the Nomads – Nelson Mochilero of

If your native tongue is Spanish and if you’re looking for a travel blog that is written in Spanish then you’re in luck. Our featured travel blog for this week is one of the most popular and most widely read travel blog in South America and it’s called Nelson’s travel blog will keep you […]

Chinese New Year in Bangkok

Chinatown is one of my favorite districts in Bangkok due to the abundance of delicious restaurants serving Chinese dishes. It’s also a great place to visit for avid shoppers as there are so many wholesalers located in Chinatown. I don’t usually stay near Chinatown whenever I’m in Bangkok but last February I opted to stay […]

Meet the Nomads – Carlo Cretaro of Next Stop Who Knows

If you’re looking for a travel inspiration or for ways on how to become location independent then you should check this blog out. Carlo Cretaro together with Florence write about their experiences in traveling the world and also their journey towards a location independent lifestyle. Carlo discovered his passion to travel when he went to […]

How to Donate Used Items in Bangkok

After staying in Bangkok for six months, I accumulated a few stuff that I won’t be able to bring in my travels. Some of those stuff includes rice cooker, electric fan, plates, glasses etc. At first I was thinking of maybe selling them in online classified ads to recoup some of my money but after […]

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