The Pole Dancer’s Guide to Washington DC

I thought it would have been a while before I got back to the States after my 2014 solo Couchsurfing trip. Little did I know that good old academia would take me back to my second stop in my 2014 wild tour, Washington DC, the cradle of American power (even if the Orange twat is … More The Pole Dancer’s Guide to Washington DC

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My guide to Byron Bay 

There’s something about Byron Bay, something magic. You will only get it once you set foot in this twinkling surfer town, home of the Blues Fest that just hosted Carlos Santana and of Chris ‘Thor’ Hemsworth. So enjoy my quick guide to the Byron Bay bliss and make sure you stop by. In Byron, gorgeous men … More My guide to Byron Bay 

Where an anxious chick goes on holiday

What if I go on holiday and I don’t have fun? What if something goes wrong?What if the pizza man thinks my voice sounds dumb? These are all perfectly useless questions I have been asking myself and the poor friends and family who’ve bothered coping with my anxiety since 1992 (or when I began talking, … More Where an anxious chick goes on holiday

Melbourne CBD

Disclaimer: you might notice that the best restaurants listed here tend to be Asian fusion – that’s because that’s Melbourne at its best, experimenting with all the different flows of immigration and turning people’s histories into creative approaches to food. Here are my fav CBD spots. EAT Gingerboy  Asian fusion fun type bar near Chinatown … More Melbourne CBD

Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

As I mentioned in my previous post, I ended up booking the best Airbnb in the best location ever. Hip, weird, close to the main city area but special in its own kind, here’s what to do in Fitzroy, Melbourne’s part Brooklyn, part Shoreditch neighbourhood. BREAKFAST Proud Mary’s  Melbourne is a mecca for coffee lovers … More Melbourne: Fitzroy & Collingwood

Musings about solo travel in Melbourne

Many writers have talked about the power of travelling solo and I’m not sure reading one more post about it will change your life. But what are personal blogs and social media if not an excuse to overshare in a kinda socially acceptable way? So here’s what this post is about actually. Fuck social media … More Musings about solo travel in Melbourne

The Guide To Central Hong Kong

In the shopping, corporate and foodie jungle that is Central Hong Kong it’s easy to feel lost as to where to eat or what to do. Here is my guide to my favourite spots in the area. By Day Oddies Foodies Hip street eatery Oddies makes the traditional “Eggette”, a waffle made of an array … More The Guide To Central Hong Kong

Hip Far East Comfort at the Quincy in Singapore

So you’re in Singapore and you’re looking for somewhere to stay? Look no further than Far East Hospitality’s The Quincy Hotel, a young and hip snooze station guarantee for a great SG experience. Whether you’re in town to cure your wanderlust or for an impromptu shopping trip, The Quincy will give you the best bang … More Hip Far East Comfort at the Quincy in Singapore

Scooting to the Far East: First Days In Singapore

I never thought I could fall in love with a city so quickly, but all it took was three days in Singapore to know I want to go back to this intriguing melting pot of cultures. So there I was on December 1st, finally ready to kick off the celebrations for my birthday week after … More Scooting to the Far East: First Days In Singapore