Category Archives: Travel tips

Awkward Economy Class Flight Situations.

@wego on my twitter-sphere retweeted this video and I spent a minute and a half wincing at the awkwardness of it all. I’m sure people who regularly fly economy experience their fair share of awkward situations. But I think this … Continue reading

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Squat Toilets

In most parts of Asia, you might see squat toilets instead of the sit toilets that you might be used to. Of course, there are sit toilets in Asian countries, but you are more likely to encounter squat toilets rather … Continue reading

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Eat Your Kimchi. REALLY.

Kimchi is awesome.But that’s besides the point. You know what they say: Singapore is a food paradise. I will now confirm it – THIS IS TRUE! Do not leave without gaining 5 pounds in your first week here! Just kidding! … Continue reading

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Applying for the Burmese Tourist Visa.

My tourist visa for Myanmar! One thing I like about my status as a Singaporean citizen is my passport. It’s awesome – I don’t have to apply in advance for a tourist visa for most of the countries I visit. … Continue reading

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Hablo Español. Well, un poco.

That was a rather long break. I apologise again. I was trying to finish the 101 things I had left hanging in favour of that event.Besides work, I had life come at me at the same time. Including learning Spanish … Continue reading

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Permanently Packed for Peace of Mind

Originally posted on Lady Light Travel:
Trip preparation is stressful.  Dozens of last minute tasks clamor for attention.   In the rush to get things done, I always worried that I would forget something.  Fortunately, I learned a sweet trick to reduce…

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Minding Cultures and Sensitivities

Video Synopsis: An aspiring English tutor, Mr Jeremy Brown, finds himself saddled with students from many countries. Pronunciation errors, cultural misunderstandings and mini political clashes occur between the students in the class. This video is set in the 1970s and … Continue reading

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