Guest post: 10 Things to Convince You to Travel to Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia is undeservedly underrated. Sure, it’s not Hollywood enough. The region also isn’t as urbanized and commercialized as Europe. But in a world where any establishments without free Wi-Fi are looked down on as uninhabitable, Southeast Asia is a gem. A rare one. Southeast Asian countries have a very delicate mix of the old and the […]

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Guest post: Do’s and Don’t to get the best out of New York

Walt Whitman said that ‘there is no place like it, no place with an atom of its glory, pride, and exultancy’. Joan Didion said she ‘was in love with the city, the way you love the first person who ever touches you and never love anyone quite that way again’. Manhattan is something special, and […]

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Stubbed toes, dead legs and spaghetti arms.

As I watch his fist fly towards my face, it lands square on my chin and I (not so gracefully) fly through the air and fall to a heap on the floor. As I sigh to myself and finally open my eyes to see my boyfriend stood over me, we pause for a moment, before he […]

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Guest post: 5 Smashing Street Foods of India

Are you the one who is a Bhukkad always looking for new food experiences or are you the gym freak who keeps a strict diet and monitors every calorie they intake? Live to eat and eat to live are two theories between which most of the human population battles between. Though it is not a […]

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Guest post: Building playgrounds & gorilla treks in Uganda, Africa

Hi guys! This is the very first of hopefully many guest posts to be featured on the blog! I first met Ming via a mutual friend, shortly before he took off for his charity trip in Africa.  Below is his experience from volunteering, teaching and trekking for three weeks in Uganda, Africa… There is a tendency […]

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