“How do you eat alone? is a common anxiety-stricken question I hear from solo travel hopefuls. The questions poses their reluctance for traveling solo. Some people feel anxious and self-conscious about eating alone; they don’t want to be seen as “a (more…)
At the beginning of the year we all start with a whole list of goals that we’re going to start implementing in our lives to make our lives better and more fulfilling. However, out of all those goals that we start with good intentions, along the way and within the year with those a good chunk of them.
Borneo Wetlands Tour : Kuching Wetlands National Park | Sarawak, Malaysia Kuching Wetlands National Park was a 30 minute drive outside of Kuching city center. At 6,610 hectares of wetlands it was a habitat for locals and wildlife native to Sarawak.
Top 7 Attractions of Jilin | China’s Winter Wonderland (trailer) Jilin is China’s new winter wonderland and its known for three main things: Rime winters, hot springs and ski resorts! I’ve never thought of winter adventures in China before or planning a vacation around winter activities, but this was going to be my first! And an […]
Travel Tips for China . China is a large country and can feel like a cultural mystery to many travelers. With 1.6 billion people and over 5000 years of history, and a complex language, it can feel overwhelming. Often the travelers which know
What was the coldest destination you’ve traveled and were you prepared for it? This past trip to Northern China tested the winter traveler in me. I thought I knew how to pack for winter travel in the past. But the travel I did in the past was mostly urban and cosmopolitan. I
Adios 2016! You were a good but challenging year. Here’s a flashback of the best and worst moments of 2016. I actually started filming it at the tail end of 2015 starting my three month trip, through Thailand, Taiwan, Borneo and India.