Letras de mi Corazon – Part 2 : A Man, A Plan, Panama

I have no idea why but papa used to say this a lot when we were growing up – something about it being a palindrome and the sequence of characters reads the same backwards and forward. Well, enough about Panama, we were making a plan. Broadly – the route was KL (Dubai) Rio – Mexico […]

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Letras de mi Corazon – Part 1: Vivir Mi Vida

EIGHT months later and most mornings evolve in a similar dance. I walk towards the kitchen in search of much needed coffee. As my eyes open with each step, it catches glimpses of the pink and teal coloured statue of Christ the Redeemer, mustard yellow signage shouting out ‘I Love Cuba’ resting against the kitchen […]

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Between Sunsets in Bali

EAT, Pray, Love put Bali back on my travel bucket list. Honestly, it wasn’t the charms of this magical island but the hopes of finding Javier Bardem or his avatar of sorts. I know…very silly but you cannot fault me for being a hopeless romantic. I was thrilled when we planned my girlfriend’s birthday in […]

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Arctic Adventure and Northern Lights Chasing in Norway

WHAT is there not to love about winters, especially when you have a star-studded itinerary in the Goddess of Scandinavian islands, Norway? A combination of Europe’s most scenic train ride, stunningly beautiful fjord cruises, husky dog sledging (and getting certified for the same) and an extraordinary NorthernLights hunting experience is the perfect fairy tale trip in Norway’s […]

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We’re Customers Too…

I am very lucky that being Malaysian, if I fancy lunch or a beach getaway, I can drive to any of the neighbouring states. But sometimes, I feel like dipping my feet in a different ocean or sipping coffee against rugged snow peaked mountain. At times like this, I consult travel agents to get a […]

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Angkor Night Market

I visited the Angkor Night Market in Siam Reap (“Night Market”) during a holiday last year. It is a treat to the senses and let me tell you why. Unlike the crowded markets in most South East Asian countries, this was a joy to walk. There is enough room to twirl whilst picking out clothing […]

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