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What You Could Get In Berlin For $10 – From A Club To Kebab!

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Hello again, everyone! 😀

You know what? I’m getting so excited with this feature because I’ve got so many positive feedback about the feature, and in result, I’ve got a few bloggers interested to collaborate after the first batch here done in April! 😉

And to get you a little more excited, this week we’re going to talk about how you could spend $10 in Berlin, Germany. Thanks to Jinpa from The Girl Who Went Everywhere, who made it possible to know the alternative of how you could spend the tenner in the city.

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When You Barely Have Any Sense of Art at National Gallery Singapore

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If there’s anything that I lack, I think it’s my sense of art. I mean, I don’t know though, I used to be really good at drawing and painting but then the talent had long gone ever since I hit the age of 5.

But then when I saw some of my friends’ pictures taken at National Gallery Singapore, I knew for sure that I wanted to visit the gallery for the sake of art. No matter how much sense of art that has gone before me. 😛

So then in my last visit, I told my brother that the only paid ticket that we’d pay for our visit in Singapore was only for National Gallery Singapore and nothing else. And being the first timer in Singapore, my brother was kind of shocked with the price in Singapore that he totally agreed with me.

The next thing we did was that we came to National Gallery after we spent some time at Merlion Park and Esplanade in the freaking afternoon. I mean, it was always sunny in Singapore. At least, it had always been whenever I paid for a visit to this city-state!

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My Insights: On The Viral Post of Indonesian Woman Calling Off Discrimination In Rome Airport

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So, recently I read the news about a viral post of an Indonesian woman who traveled to Rome and she posted something about calling off discrimination as the officer asked her to remove her hijab.

As creepy as it sounds, I checked on Aghnia Adzkia’s facebook post and watched the video uploaded to her page.

Although I cannot call myself an expert when it comes to travel, but I’ve got some insights in this case. Not only because I am a traveler myself, but also because I used to be a staff working at the airport. Also, it kinda helps as I was a flight attendant with a privilege of avoiding immigration queue whatsoever.

With me being a Muslim myself, I think I could understand from both parties. So please allow me to take some time to give you my two cents in this case. This is only my personal opinion, but I hope this can open up your mind when it comes to traveling as a passenger.

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