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The Summary of My Borneo Trip: Where I’ve Been and Why I Chose Them

Hey, get ready for a long post!!

It’s been almost two weeks since I arrived back home from my Borneo trip. I swear I really wanted to write a post about this earlier, but darn the post-vacation blues situation is real over here.

Also, by the time I reached Sibu in Borneo, I got a problem with the keyboard on my laptop to the point I totally lost my desire to write. Now that I’m home, I’ve purchased yet another keyboard to smash. 😐

Well, since it took almost a month for me to explore Borneo on my own, this post won’t do the justice about what I’ve seen throughout my trip. I’ll create some more follow-up updates about each place I’ve been or how it’s been.

So, in this post I’ll be focusing on the where and the whys.

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What You Could Get In Almeria For $10 – Tracing Back the History and Strolling Around the Beach? Yes, Please!

Hi everyone!

So glad to finally see you again on this $10 series, and this week we’re going to cover a city full of history in the southern part of Europe.

It’s the city surrounded by Mediterranean sea, where not only can you just have a lazy day sunbathing at the beach, but also gain some knowledge in the museum to learn more about their history. Yep, it’s the city of Almeria in Spain, a part of their autonomous community in Andalusia!

It’s such a great opportunity for me to connect with Roxana from Nosy Suitcase, who was willing to share with us how to spend the most of your $10 USD in Almeria. 🙂

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Some Life Lesson That I’ve Learned in 2018

Time flies so fast that the next thing I know, it’s already December!

I started my 2018 with grief as Disco, my 12-year-old cat, had to go back and forth to the vet due to tuberculosis. He didn’t make it to my 29th birthday as he died on the 24th of January this year.

This year has been up and down, that’s for sure. The first few months in this year was quite challenging for me, with me quitting my office job last year with no sign of constant income whatever. Externally, with me getting older, my peers would expect me to have the life as everyone else: create my own family.

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