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What You Could Get in San Diego for $10 – Ten for Taco

Hi everyone! 😀

It’s been a while since the last time we covered a city in the USA on the series. After we covered Washington D.C last year, now let’s go to the west and see what California could offer. And this time, we’re flying to San Diego with the help of Christina from Explore Now or Never who would cover the city for us.

So, how could you spend your $10 USD around the beach in San Diego?! Do you think you could survive within the budget? Let’s check this out!

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10 Inspiring Women Travelers and Stories Behind Their Journey

Happy International Women’s Day!

As you may have probably noticed from my blog, I’m trying to infuse my girly touch on my blog. And I’d love to cover stories from other women just so I could show you that everyone has their own battle. Not just that, but also to show you their fighting spirits.

Honestly, now that I think about it… If you want to fight effectively, instead of telling yourself to man up, you should tell yourself to fight like a girl.

So, in celebrating the women’s day today, I decided to connect with some other fellow women travelers to get to know them. To find out what’s the story behind their journey. And I’m super excited to share this to you all, in the hope their stories could inspire you the way they do me.

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What You Could Get in Yakutsk for $10 – Touch the Untouched Nature and Lifestyle in One of the Coldest Cities in Siberia

If you think you’ve never heard of anything about Yakutsk before, then worry not… You’re not alone.

In fact, the first time I heard about Yakutsk was when Nicolas and Lena from Trips to Siberia reached out to me as they wanted to contribute for the $10, covering this city. As I’m writing this, I literally just googled about Yakutsk and I found out that the temperature could reach up to -64° Celcius during winter.

Dude, I totally can’t imagine how cold it could be around there as I get so used to hot weather. Blame the Southeast Asian in me who get used to tropical weather around here. 😛

But anyway, it’s only fair to start seeing how far you could go with $10 USD in one of the cities in Siberia. Also, this is gonna be the first city in Russia covered in the series, yeay!!

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