Misconception Proven Wrong After Travelling: SLOVENIA

Do you still remember an eye-opening story of Yessi about misconceptions proven wrong? By travelling, she got to prove that Malaysia is in fact a multi-cultural country that doesn’t judge the women by the way she dresses, well at least not as much as what we experience in our home country in a daily basis. […]

Travel Diary The Analogy of Sunset in Firenze

I want to see the sunset from Piazzale Michelangelo! Right at noon in summer, I arrived in the capital city of Toscana. Had to spend the first 30 minutes in Stazione Santa Maria Novella trying to navigate to which direction the Hotel Panama was. There was no free-wifi and as far as I remember, the […]

Travel Diary Three Seasons in Paris

When most people have an American dream, I have un rêve Parisien. The main motivation for me to explore Europe was Paris and the reason why I targeted it to be in 2012 was simply because of the Mayan doomsday rumour. I didn’t want to die before stepping my feet in Paris. Early September, the […]

Travel Diary Lost in Venezia

I had been dreaming about visiting Paris since I was very young. I knew that if I kept on dreaming without put it into plan, dream would be just a dream. So when I got my first job that was not well paid, I quit and tried to find another job to support the life […]

Travel Diary Brussels – Pleasure of Winter

“After our walking tour in Amsterdam, I didn’t expect that the walking tour in Brussels could be so much interesting, thanks to our guide, Magali (Maggy). I want to admit that she inspired me to write and share following paragraphs.” Brussels started to become the Capital for European Union (EU) in 1957 when the member […]