the land of angkor

I am really excited to blog about Angkor Wat. But I don't know where to start. I'm still under anesthesia while I'm writing this, a perfect time to reminisce the moment I first set foot in the land of the Angkor. What I'm feeling right...

KL… set… go!

When we arrived teleported from Singapore to KL. We were several hours ahead of schedule. I mean waaaaaay ahead of schedule. We were welcomed with a silent treatment, because it was like 3:30 in the morning. We booked a room at the Equator hostel a...

learn from the masters and win some

Learn: See how everything falls into place as business experts from Travel Club share their stories of success. Watch Negosyo Atbp. at NBN-4 on Saturday; October 17, 2009 at 5:30p.m. Win: Hop On Board! Sign up for a chance to win products and Sign up and Shop for a chance...

going vegan…

This entry makes me frustrated. Yeah, frustrated. First, Ron and I returned to Bukit Bintang from Batu Caves and the blasted heat of the sun-baked my skin five pigmentations higher than my normal. Thana led us into this side street where we had the most...

The Caves of Batu

I generally thought there was nothing other than the Petronas Towers in Malaysia that could quite catch my attention. It was sparkly and all, but when Ron told me there was this huge Hindu statue in the country, I just had to see it. It...

Petronas

(Please excuse the photos, we used point and shoot cameras here) I've been to Malaysia twice, first was in march of 2007 as a side trip of my 9 day Singapore stint. I traveled 870 kilometers from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur just to see one thing--the...

Ride the ZORB!

Picture this: a huge inflatable bouncing ball 3 meters in diameter, rolling freely down a 20 meter high and 45 degree inclined hill, running 130 meters from top to the base floor. Now, imagine yourself strapped inside the ball. NOW THAT'S HIGH SCHOOL PHYSICS IN ACTION...