“Throughout my life I thought I knew the Yangtze River, our ‘Mother River’. On my mind the river is that glamorous river, represented by the beautiful Three Gorges, eternal harmonic atmosphere expressed in traditional poems and paintings… That’s the Yangtze River I thought I knew.” –Yan Wang Preston
It is utterly baffling and somewhat unnverving to write here again after temporarily abandoning this blog for eight months.. but I’ll try to manage somehow.
As you travel solo, being totally responsible for yourself, it is inevitable that you will discover just how capable you truly are.
Broken coffee shop wifi is such a heart-breaker. As I sit here in a small corner, I see faces of people in different nationalities and hear offbeat conversations in contrasting languages. Nine months of living in a different country and I still get amazed when I meet different people from different places and cultures. Continue Reading
Do you remember the blog post where I wrote a little about an indoor flea market? Well, I decided to go back to that place one Saturday noon and do a little bit more exploring. I knew there were hidden gems in there and I just thought it’d be worth sharing with you. 🙂 Continue Reading
I guess suffering from a bad flu on what’s supposedly my very first St. Patrick’s Day in Ireland doesn’t have to ruin my entire year. While everyone’s enjoying the parade, drinking the famous Irish Guinness beers and having the time of their lives for Ireland’s biggest celebration of the year, I figured I could do something productive myself. Continue Reading
I’ve been putting off writing this post for weeks now because I honestly didn’t know how to make that “comeback” on the blog.. But what the heck, I’m doing it now. At midnight. Having finished my 2nd cup of coffee. Continue Reading