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That Moment I Made The Waves Roar

Moses, from the Bible, divided the Red Sea by raising his cane when he led thousands of people to flee from the pursuing Egyptians. No, I didn’t do such kind of ...

Golden Gate Bridge Baker Beach San Francisco

Biking The Golden Gate Bridge

The best way to conquer the Golden Gate Bridge and it’s surroundings is through riding a bike. Rent it—and start from the Fisherman’s Wharf. It’s a long ride but the ...

Caribana Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival 2014

Photos: Scotiabank Caribbean Festival 2014 Caribana Toronto

It’s a festival called with two names: Caribana Festival (the old one) and Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival (the new one). For most people, the former is better-sounding than the latter that ...


Things to do in Havana

35 Things to do in Havana

Havana is a kaleidoscope of everything: of collapsing decay, of oozing sexuality, ...
The Amazing Petra in Jordan

The Amazing Petra in Jordan

YOU HAVE TO SEE IT TO BELIEVE. Petra is amazing. Dazzling. Breathtaking. ...
Things to do in Brunei SOAS Mosque

Things to do in Brunei – A Country of No Fun?

(I asked an Aussie friend, Jonathan, to be a guest blogger and ...

Mexico – Chichen Itza

Chichen Itza was once the center of the Mayan universe. It’s an ...

Cambodia: Grand Royal Palace in Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh is Cambodia’s capital city—and it is a city of contrasts. ...

11 Things To Do and See In Beijing

(A friend of mine and his family are going for a one-week ...

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The one food you should eat when you are in San Diego

The One Food You Should Eat When You Are in San Diego

There’s one food you should eat when you are in San Diego—and that’s FISH TACOS. On my last night in the city, a friend (Thank you, Anatole!) drove me and three new acquaintances I met at a hostel to a place which Yelp reviewers are raving about: Oscar’s Mexican Seafood at North Pacific Beach. I […]

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PodShare is the New Backpacking Pad Hostels in Los Angeles Hollywood

PodShare is the New Backpacking Pad

The PodShare is the new backpacking pad. It’s Hollywood’s coolest, innovative backpacking accommodation for the tech-savvy travellers. While the bunk bed style living quarter is a hostel-like concept, each pod is equipped with technology you would experience in a hotel room. In fact, it’s even better. No hidden fees. No additional charges for using them. […]

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Sea lions at Fisherman's Wharf

The Stinky But Cute Sea Lions at Fisherman’s Wharf

Yes, the sea lions at Fisherman’s Wharf are stinky but cute. As soon as I walked down Pier 39, the air was putrid but my nose just ignored it. Don’t underestimate them, they bring money to the local businesses in the area by drawing millions of tourists every year. Both kids and adults love the […]

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My First Banksy

My First Banksy

I’ve never seen a Banksy graffiti before. Not even in New York where I went there three times. So, when someone pointed at this at me in San Francisco, I blurted, “There you go. My first Banksy!”  So here it is! Apparently, this is the last remaining Banksy art you could find in San Francisco. […]

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Stargazing at TIFF 2014

Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF 2014) is here once again. The stars from Hollywood town descend to Toronto to party, promote and attend their movie premiers. And of course, it’s the time of the year when fans go super gaga over their favorite movie stars. TIFF 2014 runs from September 4-14. Here are the list […]

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The Muscle Men and Women of Venice Beach

The Iron Men and Women of Venice Beach

Don’t get me started with Venice Beach. Ah, it’s one beach to go when you’re in Los Angeles. Though it’s a little more than an hour bus ride from downtown LA, you’ll be rewarded of something you won’t expect—but that’s another blog entry later. And one of those things you would see, if you’re lucky, […]

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