Park Connector Network

My last full day in Singapore was spent observing the people of Singapore doing normal, everyday Singaporean things.

New Year in Singapore

New Year’s Eve in Singapore is a quiet affair, but maybe everything compared to the Philippines is a quiet affair.

Instagram-able

First impressions of Singapore include Instagram-able coffee shops

Permanent scars

Okay the title makes this blog post a lot more dramatic than it actually is. Also, this isn’t really a travel post, but more of a first experience adventure post. Just a disclaimer. So I’m going to tell you the story of my very first, very legitimate, very permanent… tattoo. Does the title make sense now??…

Now I’m Free Falling

During this trip in particular, I did something I’ve never done in my life, which is willingly drop down from 120 feet in the air

On to Saigon

This is going to be a long post, because I decided to fit the train ride and our last few days in Vietnam, and my dreams for the future (drama) all in one package. Bear with me, you lovely creature you. (A little flattery goes a long way. Hopefully). So going from Hue to Ho Chi…

Huedventure

So I’ve been in Hue for about two days now. First thing I can say is that it’s a hell of a lot quieter than Hanoi. Less people. Less shopping. But it’s pretty cool if you wanna hang out and meet fellow travelers/backpackers, because they seem to be in abundance here. We’re staying at this…

Train Misadventures

Okay, y’all need to know about what might be one of the most memorable train rides I’ve ever had. So right, we’re taking the overnight train to Hue. On the way to the station, I double check my sister’s ticket to make sure we’re in the same coach. It seemed like we were UNTIL I…

Real Adventure Talk

Our last day in Hanoi (today) was spent walking EVERYWHERE. We walked from the old quarter to the french quarter to a whole different quarter which I don’t remember the name of. The government quarter? Anyway, we walked there. It was basically a last look through of the city before we left. Now the real…

I Like Eating

Can I just say, I love Vietnamese food. I really do. My dad asked me which cuisine I preferred , Malaysian or Vietnamese, and Vietnamese takes the cake, no question. (Sorry Malaysians. Too spicy for my taste) Everything is so fragrant and filled with flavor and cilantro and all things awesome. Plus, I’m really not…