I’m not the pickiest eater, but for someone who loves traveling, I’m not the type of person who would dig into an unfamiliar dish. I know that food is one of the best ways to experience a culture, but it wasn’t until I started exploring more places that I learned how to appreciate new flavors.
Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnel and some life reflections about life and war.
Lately, I’ve been learning to accept that I wouldn’t be okay every day… and that’s okay. To be perfectly honest, I haven’t been in my best shape since late last year, when the toll of having a job meant giving up my passion projects and my time to travel. My days became repetitive: I wake up,
I can’t believe that we’re on the last stretch of February. In just a matter of hours, we’re about to bid goodbye to another month and say hello to the next chapter of the year. Time flies by unbelievably fast, I honestly don’t know how to catch up anymore. I’m still stuck with my daily (boring)
I am a huge fan of staycations. As someone who’s tied up with work, there are times when I couldn’t afford to go on a trip, and staycations have become my go-to form of escape. This is perfect for me as my boyfriend and I love staying. We’re the type of couple who can stay