Movies have always been a great way for people to escape from their ordinary, seemingly boring lives if only for 2 hours max. As a movie fan myself, I want to share the ultimate travel movies that will inspire anyone to pack up their bags, grab their passports and ahead straight for the airport. Hector and the Search for Happiness Location: China Bored of his … Continue reading 7 Ultimate Travel Movies
I most common question I get asked is “why do I travel so much?” More often than not I get asked this question by the older members of my family or older family friends. I consider it a generational thing because most of my cousins, friends or fellow travellers of the same age group or younger never ask me this and in some way, we … Continue reading Why I Travel.
“…When the dawn comes up there’ll be bluebirds over the White Cliffs of Dover tomorrow, just you wait and see There’ll be love and laughter and peace ever after tomorrow when the world is free…” Continue reading “White Cliffs of Dover: WWII Symbol”
I often find myself in the departure lounge after another amazing holiday watching air planes taking off and asking myself “where to next?” Even before getting on the air plane, i’m already dreaming of my next adventure. And especially when it’s a New Year (Hello 2018), wanderlust is even more strong.
Christmas in London always brings a smile to my face. The prospect of Christmas lights being installed on Oxford and Regent Streets, the dozen or so Christmas trees doted around London, and my favourite the release of festive drinks at coffee shops. Continue reading “Christmas In London | The Best Places to Visit During Festive Season”
When the trees shed their leaves of red, yellow & orange, when the days grow colder & the nights grow longer, crisp misty mornings and cold windy nights, Summer bids goodbye & Autumn says hello. A new season begins.
When explorers reached this wild jagged cliff edge west of Sintra, Portugal, they thought it was the end of the world. It was because they had not yet discovered other lands across the Atlantic Ocean. Continue reading “Cabo da Roca, Portugal”