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8 hours in Salzburg: Free things to do in winter

I’m broke, it’s cold, and I’m in Salzburg with a few of my friends. My lack of enthusiasm is appalling. *** We made it to ZOB, the bus station of Munich, bleary-eyed and tired. It’s a good thing we got here 15 minutes earlier because the bus driver needed to check our passports. Once we boarded, I fell asleep, waking just in time to see the landscape morph into a gigantic, white blanket. The eerie silhouettes of trees…

Riel issues: Money matters in Cambodia

Today I’m going to talk about money. I used a total of $366.85 for 12 days (11 in Cambodia, 1 in Vietnam) all in except for airfare. That means, on average, I spent about $30.57 per day. I got my round trip tickets for 5 nights in Siem Reap for RM150 but realized that I wanted more days, so I booked another flight home from Ho Chi Minh for RM200, bringing my total air tickets expenditure to RM350…

Off to an adventure!

Photo credits: www.rome2rio.com Woots! I can’t believe time flies so fast. It’s 5th September already! Tomorrow I’ll be embarking on a journey to Cambodia through AirAsia.  This will be my first overseas solo travelling trip (phew, that’s a mouthful) and I’m so nervous and excited at the same time! As I’m typing this, my heart is pounding so quickly! I can’t believe time goes by so fast that it’s almost time to go already. I mean, I’m not…

Travel Cheats: Cheap airfare!

Normally in trips, airfares represent a massive chunk in a budget, followed by accommodation and food. What if I tell you that there are some ways that can (maybe) help you save some money? #1 Look for airfare tickets online using incognito tab Ever felt excited looking at airfare price that is dirt-cheap, only to return to the website to find it increased? Airlines increases the price if you are looking at the same flights multiple times.For example,…

Escapades: Broga Hill

Destination: Broga Hill, Semenyih Date: 3 May 2015, Sunday Total time spent on Broga: 4 hours Photography Gear: Honor 6 Phone camera (9mp) Difficulty: Easy for casual-to-seasoned hikers; Difficult for rookies. I have a confession to make. I’m wasn’t very excited about this trip. For one, I was incredibly unfit. I couldn’t even go up a small slope in my college without panting like a dehydrated dog. That’s how unfit I am. So I was quite worried if I would…