yangon behind the shadows

My last images of Bagan were the dodgy flashback of a rusty truck-ride and the dizzying blur of 11-hour night bus where Luna (a 2-year old girl) singlehandedly took my sleeping space, pushing me cramped on one side with Monette and Dong Ho. We crossed the...

Flip Freebies: ANMA Lifestyle travel accessories

When somebody ask you about the the travel clothes and accessories you are wearing, Don't you just love it if  you can answer with full glory and pride "Oh, It's made in the Philippines!" We strongly support and admire individuals who can draw inspirations from travel and...

bavarian roll: the road trip across the alps

If it is going to be your first time in Europe, I am assuming that your expectation was just like mine, coated with sugary frostings, glitters and fairy dust. Well, sorry to burst your bubble but Europe is not all fairy tale, castles, unicorns, knights...

novelty that is laos

The journey from the Thai border to Luang Prabang is a long arduous road leading to a secluded Shangri La. Like in any stories written, hardship should come first before the blissful reward. Popular route is the three day slow boat down the Mekong river. An...

Dublin this September: The Dublin Fringe Festival

{EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT} Annually held during September, the Dublin Fringe Festival is a highlight of the year in the Irish capital. As Ireland’s largest multi-disciplinary arts festival, it never fails to be a huge success and it continues to go strong, now in its 19th year. Starting...

my eurotrip in a nutshell

It was a whirlwind vacation if you are going to ask me. Two weeks will never be enough to squeeze-in all my "must visits" which I have been planning and dreaming to see in the last two decades. So I had to plan correctly and wisely...