Tag: trip

August Q&A, Part II : How Do I Plan A Round-The-World Trip?

Posted on August 15th, by joanna in Uncover, Unlock. No Comments

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“Hi girls! I’m considering doing a round the world trip. How would you suggest I go about planning it? And how safe would it be to travel on my own?”

– Lydia, Singapore


Dear Lydia,

my, my, you’re a brave one! Few would leave their jobs, family & friends behind to embark on a trip around the world. One person I know who did is Bobo, and she has some … Read More »

An Inspiring Couple Cycling Around The World

Posted on August 12th, by joanna in Uncover, Unexplored. No Comments

I chanced across this website by a couple,  Eric and Amaya, who have been cycling around the world since 2006. World biking is their quest to cycle through the entire world, yes, all 195 countries.

Covering over 80 countries, through the streets of South East Asia, the mountains of Canada, the roads in South America, the deserts of the Middle East, they are still going strong.

Their photo album brings you to places unseen by tourists arriving on foot or only staying in the city, because their bikes bring them from town to town at a much slower pace than if one was to fly or drive, and such is the beauty of exploring the world on a bicycle.

They also offer helpful tips to those thinking of starting on a bicycle tour, and have contributors from all over the world collaborating with them … Read More »


-Act of leaving behind life’s burden, roles, expectations, responsibilities.

-Welcoming new knowledge, developing new relationships, people, new directions.

-Removal + releasing clutter, the unnecessary, negatives.

-Stripping set rules, perceptions, prenotions, assumptions, standards, and old habits.

Day 1 & 2: Tokyo Part 1


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First Trip To Japan – Our 12 day Itinerary


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Packing the Right Plastic for International Travels

Planning a trip abroad? Racking up the card is definitely easier than carrying tons of cash around when traveling. Some of the...

Top Tips When Cycling In Malaysia

This article was first published on beautynthebikes.wordpress.com All photographs curtesy of Robert Tan

If you’ve read our interview with Robert Tan and friends, you’ll realise that...

An Inspiring Journey Through Malaysia On Bicycle

This article was first published on beautynthebikes.wordpress.com All photographs curtesy of Robert Tan

Two years ago, Robert Tan had an idea – to journey from...

Alila Living: Recreating the spa experience in the comfort of your own home

My first brush with Alila resorts must have been about 2005, when I first visited Alila Ubud in Bali. Blown away by the beautiful...