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Angkor Wat-greatest of them all

It was still night time, when I climbed into a tuk-tuk, wearing a smile that couldn’t be bigger and/or brighter. Hiking and partying from previous days maybe made my body a bit weary but my mind was alert and on cloud No.9.

Enjoying the ride and a bit of fresh air knowing it will get hot real soon, I was wondering does Siem Reap ever sleep. Heading up North through the dark, towards our destination, we were surrounded by other tuk-tuks, people having pretty much similar facial expressions to mine. I guess sunrise at Angkor Wat is well known and worth seeing. Continue reading Angkor Wat-greatest of them all

Traveling has taught me how to live in the present moment

I will sort out my CV and start looking for a better job after my exams. I will start traveling when I finally get a boyfriend. Once I finally move out of this apartment, I will start going to the gym because my new awesome place will have one nearby for sure.  Next year will be so much better than this one.

Are you this person? Or maybe just a person with different sentences but same mindset? Mindset that tells you that future will be better and everything nice is hidden in distant weeks or years. You are? I know what’s it like. Hell, I was that person too. Continue reading Traveling has taught me how to live in the present moment

WHY YOU SHOULDN’T LET OTHERS TELL YOU HOW TO TRAVEL

Ever since I was little, I was in love with books. Nothing would make my day as sitting in my room, under warm blankets and going through pages of knowledge and stories to be discovered. There is something very special about new mystery that is about to unravel infront of your eyes.
As the times changed, books were often replaced with blogs, forums, and so on. Still, my love for a good read never changed. And it never will.

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