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A game-changing, record-breaking, life-stretching year that is 2019

Before coming up with the title, I had lots of questions in mind. Aside from the typical “how did my last year go?” which I typically ask every end of the year, some other thoughts like “should I still write a year end essay?” and many others try to bother my already preoccupied mind. People… Read More »A game-changing, record-breaking, life-stretching year that is 2019

(My very late blog post about the) HANGOVERS of 2018

Author’s Note: I was able to finish writing this post just February of this year. But due to unavoidable circumstances, let alone the loads of responsibilities outside of the internet, I couldn’t publish this. Many things happened in my life, still both good and bad. Although I’m thinking about just writing another year-ending post, I… Read More »(My very late blog post about the) HANGOVERS of 2018

BATAAN, Philippines: Traveled for HEALING and FINDING MYSELF

“I had lots of work to do, had a not-so-open-minded boss, had no money, just can’t simply leave for a week untraced”; “I’m busy” and many other excuses resonating on my mind are making me hesitate to push through with going to this trip. Although I badly wanted to go, there’s a huge need for… Read More »BATAAN, Philippines: Traveled for HEALING and FINDING MYSELF

The AEROLINE experience: a 6-hour bus ride from KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA to SINGAPORE

My very first international trip was way back 2012 going to Singapore with my family. I was still a student that time and I think this is what triggered me to say “yes” to going on adventures. I even thought of wanting to live here but didn’t materialized. Fast forward to 2017, I was able… Read More »The AEROLINE experience: a 6-hour bus ride from KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA to SINGAPORE

Your long and not-so friendly travel guide about KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA

I decided to accept the fate that I’ll make a terrible “budget traveler.” Also, that this blog weren’t be a primary source of those “traveling-here-and-there-in-a-budget” guides. On most of our travels ever since Quennie and I got married, we still miss out numerous places from the itineraries that I prepared. As for our actual expenses, they mostly inflated almost… Read More »Your long and not-so friendly travel guide about KUALA LUMPUR, MALAYSIA