Staying Healthy While Traveling, Naturally

While traveling, your body can get into all sorts of crazy. Different air, different time-zones, different water, different atmosphere, different food. Throw in too much street food, and too much sun, long-haul flights and long days, it's no wonder people get sick easily. Despite it all, it doesn't mean we start packing and dismiss our…

Coogee To Bondi: The Perfect Coastal Urban Day Walk

Looking to kill time in Sydney for a day? Or to sample Aussie's urban coastline at it's finest? Coogee to Bondi is a two-hour walk with stunning views, beaches, cliffs, bays, rock pools, and parks. This guide will show you how to spend a day (or even longer) in Sydney and where to eat -…

Kayaking Milford Sound: What You Need To Know

Did I mention I was planning on my next escapade in my previous post? Thanks for staying tuned. As soon as I got my tickets, I knew I was heading into 2018 with a bang. I was going to explore South Island and its majestic mountains and Fiords —by sea kayaking. The first and the…

2 Year Gallivanting: 2016/2017 Review in Photos

My gallivanting isn't about going around the globe and staying on the road hopping from one city to the other. It is about the things that I had set out to do and who I did them with. I remember the first time I had a really long talk with myself. I was 26. I…

How To Actually Roadtrip without a Hitch in Australia

Many talk about driving The Big Lap when travelling to Australia. Also known as Highway 1, which skirts the entirety of Australia at a whopping 14,935 kilometres long. You need 3 weeks to a month to finish driving it. But for this post I will be covering a mini version of The Big Lap. Lets…

Roughing It Out In The Grampians, Australia

I'm writing this now 2 days after I arrived back in Kuala Lumpur. In fact, I meant to be back 3 days ago (12th October) but I missed my return flight. There's really no other explanation other than I totally neglected the date and time. Perhaps, the strong inertia from living out in a tent for…

Okinawa: Castles, Cafes & Sunsets

I had two weeks, a backpack, my lappy (laptop) and a tummy that is quick to empty. I wouldn't want me to get hangry. While exploring Okinawa and it's scenic island charm, I can't help but to indulge my taste buds in local cafes, enchanting bakeries, restaurants and feast my imaginations with castle ruins. Here…