Before i step foot in the land of kimchi and kpop, I did a little research and asked some of my friends who have been there about the pros and cons of traveling to South Korea. Most would compare it to its neighbouring country, Japan and would say how better and cheaper Japan is. Some … Continue reading Why travel to South Korea?
This beautifully non-luxurious hand woven bag has been trending for the last couple of months. I've seen it worn by bloggers and style icons. I admit, at first, i was hesitant to get myself one but eventually i gave in. It is the bag of the moment and i can fully understand why. It can … Continue reading Hot bag trend alert || Fashion
The past should be left behind and should always stay where it belong but sometimes reflecting about the past is something good for the soul. I was rummaging through old memoirs and i couldn't stop myself from getting flashbacks and comparing my experiences and my life then and now. Wow eight years ago.. Eight years! … Continue reading A letter to my 20-year old self || Lessons i learned in life and in love
If you happen to be around Jervis bay, please make sure to do yourself a favour by popping along Murrays beach! This is by far, my most favourite beach in Jervis bay because it's not oversaturated with tourists. It is accessed through Booderee National park and is a 3-hour drive from Sydney. Before you can … Continue reading A sequestered paradise in Jervis Bay|| New South Wales Travelogue
During a random dinner with some of my Canberran friends, we spontaneously decided to roll in Sydney for a fish market run. Check out my Sydney Fish Market post. After a sumptuous seafood lunch, we proceeded to The Grounds of Alexandria. If i live in Sydney, i would definitely see myself in this spot for weekend … Continue reading There’s something special about The Grounds of Alexandria|| Sydney Diaries
If you love crisp blue skies, pristine beaches, whales, dolphins, waterfront dining, stunning sunsets, sand dunes, activities like kayaking, horse back riding, camel riding & a whole bunch of adventure then there's no way you wouldn't love Port Stephens! Port Stephens is a 2 to 3- hour drive north from Sydney. It deserves to be … Continue reading What’s not to love about Port Stephens? || New South Wales travelogue
While browsing photos on my laptop, i realised how much friends i had made in the last couple of years. From primary school to university days to my prime years until present. But sadly, only a few have remained. Some i consider "acquaintances" or "passerbys" that played a crucial part in my life but never … Continue reading Why do we lose touch with old friends?
Guess what? I have finally decided to learn how to bike after 28 years! Judge me not, i tried unlocking this milestone when i was a kid but circumstances just failed me. Once i tried biking with my brother and it just left me with bruises and multiple grazes on my knee. It’s lame but … Continue reading Biking 101 for adults in ten steps!
There’s no better way to spend a 29-degree weather than in sunny Bondi. Spring has just blossomed but summer is definitely around the corner. Bondi beach is one of Australia’s most famous beaches. From dawn to dusk, locals flock to hang out here. It’s like you haven’t really been to Sydney if you haven’t been … Continue reading On a high in Bondi || Sydney Diaries
Seafood enthusiast? We’ll this is the best place to enjoy a perfect lunch spread, baby! Sydney fish market is a seafood haven! If you plan on spending a holiday in Sydney then don’t miss paying this place a visit. From smallish fishes to big ones to oysters, lobsters, crabs, prawns & a whole lot more! … Continue reading Food coma in Sydney Fish Market || Sydney Diaries