Tag Archives: Travel
After 14 days, six flights, hours of boat rides and bus trips, hopping on seven of the 17,000 islands in Indonesia, the eight international travel bloggers have finally left Indonesia from Bali last Friday. It has been one amazing trip, … Continue reading
I can’t believe we are in October already. Where did September go? Where did this year go? (Photo courtesy of the talented Jessy – as featured in National Geographic) September was a mixed bag of things. Some idle time, some … Continue reading
For someone who quit her 9-to-5 job, whose one of the goals was to see more of Indonesia, it’s safe to say I fail miserably; at least to achieve them in the last year. Sure, I spent a month in … Continue reading
The Marina Bay Sands Promenade Type the word “Singapore” on Google and you’ll be inundated with all the information you can get your hands on, to visit Singapore. To end this Rediscovering Singapore series (here’s part 1, part 2 and … Continue reading
That last September trip left me wondering if there was more soul to Singapore – or if there was any for that matter. But I didn’t think much about when I would find out more about it, especially not after … Continue reading
Despite all the attractions and appeals of Singapore in the recent years, I still wasn’t quite drawn to it. I recall friends inviting me to come along for the many weekend trips — even one-day trips, to visit the Universal … Continue reading
My recent Singapore trip changed the way I feel about the place. I wanted to chronicle how and why it came about, which includes the September trip I made last year, the one I never wrote about. For someone who … Continue reading
I’m sitting here in a 5-star hotel suite room in Singapore, thanks to a dear friend whose husband decided at the last minute he has to return home instead of stopping over in this Little Red Dot. So I came … Continue reading
A Red Eye Flight Leaving Lombok to face the concrete jungle of Jakarta, first thing on a Monday morning.
Pristine Water of Gili Air There is nothing more to say with that view.