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What To Expect The First Time You Travel Solo?

I remembered breaking the silence to my mom when I told her that I will be going for a holiday – I received a BIG NO from her! She gave me all the possible reasons to stay….

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My First Visit to Germany's Nazi Concentration Camp

Dachau concentration camp was the first of the Nazi concentration camps opened in Germany, intended to hold political prisoners.

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Historical City! Malacca City

The city is incredibly modern with small towns surrounding it especially Jonker street and the Portuguese settlement area that has a unique touch of the Baba Nyonya and Dutch culture.

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Basilica of St Ulrich and St Afra in Germany

 The foundations of the current churches are built on top of the remains of two houses of worship that may have dated back to the fifth and sixth centuries.

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The City of Love – Paris, France

Paris may be the city of love and one of the most romantic places in the world but today I’ve been having a little romance with the city itself.

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Visiting The Musee D'Orsay | The History of An Old Railway Station

The Musée d’Orsay, created out of a former railway station, houses a fine, large collection of 19th- and early 20th-century art and artifacts

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A Christmas Day Out

It’s officially December! 
With Christmas looming over us, it’s a great time of the year to spend time together as a family, or get away from it all with a last minute break or holiday. And as for me, December is the most awaited month of the year for me.

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Island Hopping in Phi Phi Island & Monkey Beach

The tropical paradise of Phi Phi Island is composed of two islands: Phi Phi Don and Phi Phi Ley.

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Finding Paradise – Phi Phi Island

This is the second series of my Thailand blog post! I went to Phuket recently and ever since I got back, I have been flooded with questions about my trip. Which are the best beaches in Phuket?…

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Phuket Airport Hotel Experience – A Thailand Blog

The best thing about this hotel trip was learning how kind and helpful the Thai people are. They smile at you, they bow down doing Namastey (saa-waa-dee-ka meaning hello) and they go out of their way to help tourists.

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