Tag Archives: Travel

The Things That Travelers Complain About

  We all have our good days and bad days.  After traveling in Asia in Europe, I’ve noticed that there a lot of things that we, as travelers tend to complain about. While we do try our best to keep ...

Common Travel Questions for Phnom Penh

Cambodia is a developing country with Phnom Penh as its’ capital city. Since the fall of Khmer Rouge, the country has managed to get back on its’ feet, bringing with it foreign investments and local business development. I’ve had family ...

Viva la Mexico! Planning your 2015 Trip.

It is fair to say that no matter what type of holidaymaker or traveler you may be, there is bound to be something you’ll love about Mexico. Intrepid traveler can explore the extensive flora and fauna, culture vultures have numerous ...

Kuala Terengganu: Perhentian Island

  “Are you a beach person?” In one random conversation, someone had asked me this question which I quickly, without any further hesitation replied with a solid “YES.” This person then continued to ask me how many times a month ...

Monaco : Visiting the Cote d’Azur (French Riviera)

A choo choo ride to Monaco. Well not exactly a choo choo ride per say as the trains are now modern versions and it goes whoosh instead. We were excited about Monaco and had planned the EuroChameleon route carefully so ...

Paris: Interesting Sights & Sounds.

  We just happened to be there.  During our recent travel to Paris, we went to visit the usual tourist spots to get a feel of the city. While we were going about doing this, we were able to see ...

Paris: Eiffel Tower in Photos

  It’s a love-love-hate-love-love-hate feeling. I have this love-hate relationship with Paris but only because it loves to pull my heart with it’s smooth flowing canal, blue skies attached to the Eiffel Tower and those soft croissants despite the crowded ...

EuroChameleon: Returning to London

  I told myself before that if I ever went back to London I would pay more attention to the city in terms of its landscape, people, transportation, buildings and parks as opposed to just visiting the tourist spots and ...

UNESCO Hunt #11 : A Train Ride To Luxembourg

UNESCO Site #699 Says: “Because of its strategic position, Luxembourg was, from the 16th century until 1867, when its walls were dismantled, one of Europe’s greatest fortified sites. It was repeatedly reinforced as it passed from one great European power to ...

Style Chameleon: 20 Vintage Suitcases For The Home

  I have a liking for suitcases and vintage ones too but never got around to purchase one yet possibly because of its price which tends to be expensive after up-cycling work is done. But I do recall using a ...

Travel Chameleon is ONE Year old!

   365 days on. There was a slight doubt when I first decided to change the URL from Fienuts.com to Travel Chameleon but now that it’s been a year on, the doubts are gone! It’s been a wonderful journey with ...

Will Work For Travel. Especially In Cambodia.

  If not now, when? The decision to move to Cambodia was inevitable ever since I changed the city status on my Facebook to Phnom Penh. You can call it a self-fulfilling prophecy but ever since I left this charming ...

Myanmar Chameleon: The Beautifully Cultured Inle Lake

Early last year, I traveled to Myanmar with a group of girlfriends taking the local transportation to different towns, one of it was Inle Lake, a place so beautiful and inhibited by many different tribes along its’ shores. Throughout the ...

Announcing #RoadtripMy 2014

There’s always a good excuse to road trip. You can say that the Visit Malaysia Year 2014 has rubbed off on me in an exciting way because it gave me a lot of thought on how I could contribute to ...

Good Things Were Made To Last A Lifetime.

As we usher in the new year, I would like to thank my family and friends for the support in this addictive passion. Never would I imagine having many special moments, the good and the bad throughout 2013. There were ...

Places To See Before I Kick The Bucket (According to the Internet)

I read about this post via Travels with Adam and decided to give it a go. It’s actually available on the HomeAway website where all you need to do is key in your details such as name, age, gender, and ...

UNESCO Hunt #8 : Sydney Opera House, Australia

  UNESCO Site #166 Says:  “The Sydney Opera House comprises three groups of interlocking vaulted ‘shells’ which roof two main performance halls and a restaurant. These shell-structures are set upon a vast platform and are surrounded by terrace areas that ...

The Featherdale Wildlife Park in Sydney

Being in Sydney or any parts of Australia would not be complete if we did not visit any of the Wildlife Park. I have to thank Ramble and Wander for suggesting the Featherdale Wildlife Park which is an hours distance ...

Sydney: The City and the Wildlife (Itinerary)

This was my first trip to Sydney and although I have more often preferred to travel to non-city areas, it turned out to be a wonderful experience. Sydney is one of the busiest cities of the world which is abundance ...

Travel Spotlight: Talon from 1Dad 1Kid 1Crazy Adventure

Having recently connected by a mutual friend, Talon from 1Dad 1Kid is quite the superdad. I had been following his stories since Google Reader days where his would appear first on my list. Therefore you can imagine the excitement when ...

Heading to Oman? What You Need To Know Before You Go

At the tip of the Arabian Gulf lie the golden shores of Oman, a destination that will allow you to live like a Sultan during your stay. The area is renowned for world-class diving, ancient forts and archaeological sites, which ...

Travelling To Marmaris Next Summer? Things to Keep in Mind.

Turkey has been one of the most popular summer holiday destinations for British tourists over the past few years, and statistics (so far) show that 2014 will be no different. There is much that this vast and varied country has ...