A chilled out day in… Amsterdam!

In the global sense of travel, majority of tourists still consider Amsterdam synonymous to sex, drugs and clogs. The Netherlands’ capital may be well known for its Red Light District and cafes that serve soft drugs with their soft drinks, but there’s so much depth to the city that needs more…

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Focusing a little bit more for 2017

So here we are again at the beginning of a new year. What now? Admittedly, 2016 was a little out of focus. I didn’t particularly know where life, nor sometimes my head, was heading towards. I just went with the flow of the stream of beginnings which brought forth a…

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#travellinkup: Why Christmas is more fun in the Philippines

I grew up loving Christmas. It’s such a familial holiday and I can’t help but feel all sorts of fuzzy whenever December comes around. However, living as an expat for the past ten years made me realise how much I miss celebrating Christmas in the Philippines. Here’s why. Christmas starts…

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#travellinkup: A perfect London staycation at The Bloomsbury Hotel

London is sprinkled with gems that sparkle in rich history. Such is The Bloomsbury Hotel, a beautiful Georgian red brick at the heart of London’s literary district. Part of the Doyle Collection, it’s definitely the perfect place for a staycation in the city because it’s so central – in fact…

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Lunch in Marrakech: Nomad & Grand Cafe de la Poste

There were three places I really enjoyed lunching at during my last trip to Morocco. Topping the list is Chalet de la Plage in Essaouira, and the next two are restaurants in Marrakech: Nomad and Grand Cafe de La Poste. Nomad On recommendation from visitors and locals, I found myself…

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