How was your Olympic moment? Which event will you remember most?
I've never thought to see a free event in this Olympic Games. Thank god when I've read about the road cycling and the triathlon events..
I have to admit that I'm quite a big sports fan. I enjoy almost every sports (watching them at least) and as a kid had always dreamt of being in an athlete shoe.
As part of my attempt to raise more awareness to Syria, I've decided to share my travel experiences through TTT FB page
Some experiences you'll try to keep to yourself. And this is one of them.
What aspect of your daily life does travel affect you most? This is a short story of how travel affects my daily life.
Just a few months left until the 2012 Olympics in London. For those wondering how the Olympic Park looks like at the moment, read this post
Kalau ikutkan hati memang susah nak pegi balik London. Bukan sebab London tak best, tapi nak masuk rutin bekerja 70-100 jam seminggu tuh macam susah sikit.
I’m usually good with names of the places I’ve been to, especially the names of capital cities. Let me take you back when I was 8. I was in living in London back then and one of my prized possession was a world atlas given to me by my dad. I loved the atlas. I...
Located just across the Rotunda da Boavista, this standout was designed by Dutch architect Rem Koolhaas, and in no time became one of Porto’s city icons.
I have received a number of emails from my fellow Malaysians about why I travelled extensively and the cost associated with it. To answer these questions, I thought it may be a good idea to share my thoughts on this site with all of you. So here goes.
We all know how relatively new Kuala Lumpur is compared to other capital cities around the world. But does that make you wonder how quick KL's skyline has changed over the years?