If there’s one place that is a MUST on your to-do list in Sydney, it has to be The Grounds of Alexandria. It’s not your typical touristy hot spot like The Opera house or Darling Harbour, but it’s as importantly picturesque. What’s more is that you’ll have fun exploring the grounds as well unlike usual tourist […]Read more "The Grounds of Alexandria"
Despite Sydney having a reputation for its sunny weather all year round, we managed to somehow find ourselves in the midst of an out pour in the initial days of our stay. What impeccable timing. Armed with nothing but mere t-shirts, skirts, and other summery garments, we bundled up as best as we could before […]Read more "Sydney: Chinese Garden of Friendship"
This is half a year late, but whilst browsing my photos from my holiday last summer, I was hit with a wave of nostalgia and pangs of longing to be back on that wondrous adventure in Asia. I also realized I had never actually posted my Korea photos (I lost one of my SD memory […]Read more "Korea + Vietnam"
Here is the food post we’ve all been waiting for ;) There’s just something about food that’s more exciting than anything else. Oh, and random fact- I had Yum Cha three times in the 6 days I was in Sydney and also another three times in the following 2 weeks after I came back. Talk about […]Read more "Sydney Part III: T2, Laduree, Zumbarons, Din Tai Fung"
Just in case you missed it, you can read Sydney Part 1 here. I mentioned before I left that I was being used as a GPS for my mum for this trip. It definitely turned out to be very true during our 4th day when my mum and I explored the city by ourselves to […]Read more "Sydney Part II: QVB, Chanoma, and Chinatown"
Sydney, oh Sydney! I love you so! This was my 3rd time visiting Sydney and once again, the time I spent there was simply not enough. I’ve been to several cities around the world already and have always thought “I like this place, but I wouldn’t be able to live here” because of the high […]Read more "Sydney Part I"
Sapa is located near the borders of China and situated up in the mountains, thus, the weather was very cold, but refreshingyly so. To get here, you take the train to Lào Cai which is a nine hour journey from Hanoi and then another hour drive up to the village near the tops of the mountain. We took the […]Read more "Travel Blog: Sapa, Vietnam"