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Sleeping with The Whole City Below You At Rotorua BnB

Located up the hill, City Lights the Rotorua BnB, was a fifteen minutes drive from the city center. It was a rectangular house with a red door. We were greeted by the owner, Naomi and her adorable dog, Jelly. She showed us around and by the time she left, I had fallen in love with the place.

The Time I Didn’t Feel Like Drinking Coffee In Auckland

Unlike when we were in Australia, even though the weather was considerably colder, I didn’t crave much for a cup of...

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Jiro Sushi Makes Me Dream Of Sushi ūüć£ Every Single Day

I caught up with the documentary of Jiro Sushi last year; it made me fall in love with Jiro’s work...

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I Am A Plant Mama: Terrarium & Herbs Magick

I realize I have turned into a plant mama when I replied to Che’s text about my weekend plans with:...

10 Insanely True Power of Travel

Travel is insane in the way that it has the power to change a person forever. There are many turns in this world...

Melbourne Expat Diary

Melbourne Expat Diary Blog Series: 14th Month

Melbourne Expat Diary blog series was inspired by the interest to read about the life happenings of other expat bloggers. I started...

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Happy Birthday Fia, You Opened My World!

This post is dedicated to my BFF, Fia, who just celebrated her happy birthday climbing the mountain to have a bird-eye...

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Meeting The Might Mount Fuji For The First Time

There are many things I like about travelling. One is the scenery which takes my breath away the very second...

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The Charming Journey at The Mori Art Museum Tokyo

One of the many happy¬†memories of the recent Japan trip was an unplanned visit to¬†Tokyo’s Mori¬†Art Museum. On our way...

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5 Reasons You Should Rethink About Taking Gap Year

Many of us have thought about it, mostly while daydreaming in our cubicles, the rest while crying in the office...

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