Myeongdong – the sanctuary of shopping and street food.

I haven’t been able to write these past weeks because of this time-consuming-attention-grabbing-stress-inducing-but-money-earning thing called WORK. Not that I’m complaining, even with my five pounds of eye bags and stress level that has gone past the milky way, I will still work hard so I can travel harder. Soon.

You know what’s the best part of travel besides travelling itself? It’s reminiscing. The part when you recollect and look back on the entire time that you’ve spent without worries, away from the stress, living THE life. It drives you to work even harder and earn more to do it all again. It’s a deliciously bitter cycle that makes all the eye bags worth it. 🙂

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Dubai – Old Souks and Wooden Boats

Besides the bustling futuristic city of crystal skyscrapers and lavish man–made islands, Dubai has another side you have to see, the timeworn and the historic. You can escape the modernized city for half a day to experience the mesmeric neighborhoods that dates back to the early 1900s.

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