A Day In The Cotswolds

This post is all about the day where my family and I finally got the chance to visit the Cotswolds, those dreamy, fairy-tale like tiny British villages near Oxford which have been on our bucket list since the time I first moved to the United Kingdom. Finally, only about six years from the day I … More A Day In The Cotswolds

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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

Yum Cha Central, Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable Dining Spot

You can’t always use Instagram to pick your food. You would either OD on sugar from the doughnuts, milkshakes and cakes and all the foodporn around, or miss out on all the greasy spoons and local favourites off the Insta map. That said, I love a picture-friendly lunch – especially if it includes steamed buns, … More Yum Cha Central, Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable Dining Spot

My 2016 was all over the place

In Italian we have a saying stating that whatever you do for New Year’s, you’re going to do it for the entire year. Call it superstition, but for me it has really been true. Here’s a balance of my 2016 in travel and (if you care) in life. I caught the travel bug at birth, … More My 2016 was all over the place

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

Top 5 things every girl Couchsurfing on her own should know

If I could have received a penny every time somebody told me: “But… aren’t you afraid?” during my two-month Couchsurfing trip all across the United States, I would have probably won a lot more than I won in Vegas. Yet, here I am, alive and well. So how do you survive while Couchsurfing in a … More Top 5 things every girl Couchsurfing on her own should know