Have you travelled with your siblings? How do you feel about it? Here are photos of me and two of my sibs on separate trips. I have always wanted to do solo travel (I haven’t done it yet but will be doing it soon!) but I’m glad that I had my sibs as travel companions on […]

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The Poipet, Cambodia – Aranya Prathet, Thailand border crossing is the busiest crossing between the two countries. We started off in Siem Reap, Cambodia where we booked a direct bus to Bangkok, Thailand. I and my brother were lucky to get special treatment by riding a private taxi from Siem Reap to the border because the […]

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The Chiang Khong (Thailand) – Huay Xai (Laos) border is the northernmost border crossing between the two countries. Based on our experience, this is the easiest border. We started from Thailand towards Laos; thus, directions are based on our route. However, if you’re coming from Laos, you can work your way in the same border […]

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While travelling, you will realize that you will never be alone. There will always be strangers willing to lend a helping hand when you need it. You just need to ask. We arrived in the Mae Sot Border in Thailand after a week of excursion in Myanmar. We decided to work our way up north […]

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So you want to volunteer while travelling. We volunteered for the first time while staying in Chiang Rai where we had a so-so volunteering experience. Up until now looking back, I can’t help but laugh at what I was thinking then when despite hesitating due to some conditions, I still agreed to volunteer. Some backpackers […]

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Myanmar naturally went on my list of countries to visit when I was at the planning stage. I read tons of information on how to get there without flying as well as how to move forward and where to go first. I figured there’s not much information online for Asians. Most of the blog posts I […]

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Here’s a “he said/she said” travel post that I and my brother talked about while camping in Chiang Rai. Bonfire chats sure create deep conversations 🙂 It may have been two months since we came back from backpacking but there are just so many memories that we can’t help but reminisce. Excepting Singapore, otherwise it […]

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