As I will be 30 in a few days, it's time to say goodbye to my dear 20s and solo travel, a decade marked by exploring distant places and introspection.
No more solo travelling
Singapore is such a multicultural city, that it even has four official languages: English, Chinese, Malay and Tamil. In exploring the different neighbourhoods, I took a walk around Little India.
I love having tea in a quiet and nicely decorated environment. If it comes with cakes, even better! I've been to various tea houses before and I will share more about my past experience and then about the Afternoon Tea experience in
They say in Singapore it's cheaper to eat out then cook at home. I love it, since I'm a terrible cooker. But after food comes my favourite part: the dessert. Although I don't eat much, I love the sweet taste and cute design. And I already have my favourite desserts to try at Orchard.
How can I live out my dreams? How do people make their dreams come true? I’ve always been fascinated by dreams and even though they are something so personal and intangible, I thought there has to be some sort of logic to it.
My dreams so f [...]
If you are not a morning person, brunch sounds like a good plan. I love breakfast, but I always miss it because I also love sleeping till late! Brunch was invented for people like me, probably. So here you go, a list of a favourite few, for the best brunch places in Bucharest. My close friend w [...]
It’s that time of the year when you think about everything that happened in the past and hope for a better future. Even though it’s just a convention, a randomly selected date, it’s good to draw a line, pause, then start fresh. I did complete part of my