The London Postcard

Let’s begin with a quote from the Paddington Bear himself: And honestly, I couldn’t agree more. My trip to London was inspired by many things. Harry Potter was definitely at the top of the list followed by my mum’s stories after staying there for some years. Before visiting, I had a very fantastical picture of the city in mind and honestly, I wasn’t disappointed. It … Continue reading The London Postcard

Green Trees Inc.

For a long while as a preteen, I’ve had a history of referring to the colour ‘Green’ as ‘Hulk-coloured’. Hehe. True story. For two years in middle school, my whole aesthetic was ‘Hulk-coloured’. Starting from the school bag to t-shirts and nail polish, literally everything had the touch of green. While I did get over my obsession of having everything green, it’s interesting to note … Continue reading Green Trees Inc.

With Love from Nessie….

The best kinds of travel recommendations are obtained from works of fiction. The Loch Ness monster has always fascinated me, ever since I was a wee baby. My mum used to tell me (imaginary?) stories of encountering the monster on her trip to Scotland before I was born and her claims were backed by a rather realistic souvenir of Nessie that came back with her. … Continue reading With Love from Nessie….

Flash tour ft. Siem Reap

Travelling to Cambodia was literally a decision that was made after looking at an assortment of Google images. We combined the trip with our whole summer tour to South East Asia, including Vietnam, Singapore and Malaysia for a grand period of two weeks. Now, with the said number of countries on the itinerary, the whole tour was what I like to call a ‘flash tour’. … Continue reading Flash tour ft. Siem Reap

Postcards from Zeus

Travelling to Greece was an idea borne out of watching Disney’s Hercules and reading Rick Riordan’s fiction entwined with Greek mythology. In fact before visiting Greece, the only thing I pictured when I thought of the country was alabaster statues with empty eyes, philosophers and broken columns of stone. While the country has a lion’s share of the above elements, walking through its streets gives … Continue reading Postcards from Zeus