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Morocco: Itinerary, Tips and Tricks of Independent Traveling in The Land of The Tricksters

A few friends who knew about our plans at the end of summer would’ve been surprised, because we did not plan to go to Morocco at all. The truth is, Mr Mee had visa problem. It was caused by more than one mistake (his and mine) and they all snowballed into a catastrophe — the […]

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A Bit of Scandinavia, A Bit of the Baltics

I just came back for a short 5-day trip across Helsinki (Finland), Tallinn (Estonia), and Riga (Latvia). You can see my route above (Don’t you love map? I love map!). In fact, I already recommended this route to a couple of people since I came back. You can cross from Helsinki to Tallinn with a […]

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Chinese-Indian Palace and Summer in Brighton

So I have been quietly AWOL for a few weeks. I blame the combination of general busy-ness, World Cup, and it being summer. I love warm days, and find it very ironic that I suffer pretty bad hay fever throughout – it’s like I’m literally allergic to summer! Just in London too, because it just […]

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Finding Shakespeare at Stratford-upon-Avon

One of the things that I miss the most when not traveling for a while is long train ride, so when I saw that the weather would be sunny on the weekend, I immediately decided to book train tickets to Stratford-upon-Avon – which is Shakespeare’s birthplace and grave, but apparently also a nice little town […]

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Hay-on-Wye, Wales – The Town of Books

Did you ever imagine a town of books? It’s like the equivalent of town of candies for candy-lovers or town of games for geeks. Lo and behold, there is such town! Meet Hay-on-Wye, a small town on the border of Wales and England (during our 2 nights stay there we literally crossed this border on […]

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Festivals to Look Out For This Summer (Britain)

One of the best things to live in London for me is the the wide range of festivals and exhibitions going on throughout the year. This is truly the city to be if you’re into literature, music, art, performance art, and history. (Mee! Mee!) Okay to be fair, music is the one thing I am […]

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Summer in Provence, France

London has been freezing for the past couple of days (it even snowed!), so I dug into my photo repository for the comfort of warmer days. I stumbled upon my trip to South of France last summer. What better time to show these to you? It’s March now so if my post entice you at […]