Asia, International Travels, Travels, Temples, China

Beijing Memoirs 3: Expenses For A Private Tour For Two

By far, the Beijing trip in March 2016 was the most laid-back, hassle-free international travel Mary and I have ever had. There were no getting lost or scammed the entire time we journeyed back to 3,000 BC. We intended the trip to be exactly that way - relaxed, and a real vacation. We are true-blooded… Continue reading Beijing Memoirs 3: Expenses For A Private Tour For Two

Asia, International Travels, Travels, Fun Activities, India, Temples

Jaipur: The Pink City of India

I went to India for work, but underneath the paperwork, the footloose in me lay awake, thinking of adventures that I can do on weekends. It is a little challenging since I only have the weekends to go out, and more so because I have heard of warnings at home and in the bustling metropolitan… Continue reading Jaipur: The Pink City of India

International Travels, Travels, Museums, India

Taj Mahal: An Impressive Display of Undying Love

Taj Mahal in photos is very impressive. Be it in the early morning when the sun begins to rise and its rays make the marbles glittery, or at dusk when the sky turns orange-pink, and oh, on a full moon night where it stands proud on a stark black/midnight blue and white. Yes, in reality… Continue reading Taj Mahal: An Impressive Display of Undying Love

Asia, International Travels, Travels, Fun Activities, Cambodia, Temples

Angkor Wow! Temple Running in the World’s Largest Religious Monument

For a complex of 162 hectares, it is impossible to see everything in Angkor Wat in a day. Much less in 5 hours - the only time we have to spare. If you want to know how big 162 hectares is, think of a rugby or american football field. That's about 1 hectare. Okay, you're… Continue reading Angkor Wow! Temple Running in the World’s Largest Religious Monument

Asia, International Travels, Travels, Fun Activities, Thailand, Temples

#MandM in Bangkok: Wat Arun and Wat Pho

A trip to Bangkok won't be complete without temple-hopping. There are hundreds of them in the Thai capital, you won't get to even visit 10% of them in your stay. Unless you're staying for a month and not doing anything else aside from visiting these temples. The most popular temples are a mere walking distance… Continue reading #MandM in Bangkok: Wat Arun and Wat Pho