As a result of all the recent happenings, I had failed to arrange accommodation for my brief stay in London and had been relying upon staying with a dear friend who I was mad to catch up with.Read More
After spending two days floating, or rather motoring down the Mekong River from Huay Xai in northern Laos, I finally arrived in Luang Prabang.Read More
I didn’t know what it would be like. I had no idea.
Suddenly, I was on that plane having said goodbye to everything familiar, about to be in the unknown. My reality had taken a backseat and I was surrounded by turbans and burkas, high-rise buildings and desert.Read More
Melaka, oh Melaka. What an experience.
Apparently the cuisine in Melaka is to die for but holds a big sign "not suitable for vegetarians". There were actually people queueing up outside one restaurant to get to taste the Malay food while I had to resort to eating pizza and veggie sushi. But, it was the first time I'd ever had sushi. Plus, plus.Read More
I was trying to think of the best possible picture that I could show you all this week, and I'm not sure if this is it. But I do love this photo and all of the memories of a wonderful day snapping these special moments when I was in Bali a couple of years back.Read More
I just love love love farmers markets! I always head to a market when I'm on my travels and pick up some fresh fruit or little trinkets to bring home as souvenirs or gifts.Read More
Singapore is a little reminder of home in the middle of South East Asia. It's strange, like you are in a little bubble. It's totally different to its neighbours Malaysia and Indonesia.Read More
This is by far one of my favourite places. Any time I went shopping in London I would find a few moments to catch my breath here amidst the chaos. Don't you just love the colour?Read More
Sometimes, it's good to turn back time, and today I feel like taking you all to beautiful Bali where I spent the last month of my trip around South East Asia in 2010. Without a doubt, it was a highlight of my journey.Read More