Tag Archives: Travel Planning

Starting a new kind of Cult: Kafeculture

  Connecting Indie & Coffee Lovers Everywhere.  If you’ve been following my Instagram page (@fienuts), you would probably have seen my latest project which involves a lot of drinking and eating in cafes. First of all, I love coffee and ...

Cambodia Bus Trip Wish List

  More that meets the eye. Whenever anyone mentions Cambodia, the first two things that come to mind are Phnom Penh and Angkor Wat which is located in Siem Reap. These are the well known spots to tourists and travelers ...

Common Malaysian Phrases Every Traveler Should Know

  Getting acquainted with a few common Malaysian phrases.  Malaysia is home to many ethnic and race which makes most of multi-lingual in our own country. This means that majority of us speak Bahasa Malaysia (Malaysian language) and English. Visitors to ...

Stories from the Road: Month Feb

  Some changes took place in February, mostly good things of course. But there were also some things that will set me back (finance wise) for the next few months, which meant less travel time for this year. That’s ok ...

Nice-Monaco (Itinerary)

  After Paris, we headed out to southern France, in a city called Nice where yachts, beaches and charming French countryside await us. We chose Nice because it was near to Monaco by train and this was where we wanted ...

London-Paris (Itinerary)

  London was lovely for our 3 days stay there and we were ready for our next city, Paris. Putting all the bus rides behind us, our next mode of transportation from here on was via trains and domestic flights ...

Belgium to London (Itinerary)

  Our choice of transportation from Brussels to London was by bus and this was only because we felt it was a good way to save budget on both transportation and hotels. Since we had pooled more money from Brussels ...

Year 2012 Theme – Wonderful Friendships.

They say we are the five people we are closest with but I dare say there were more than that who had surrounded my little world in 2012. Most of you might have read my summary of my Year 2011 ...