Tag: travel

What You Could Get In Vancouver For $10 – A Transit Day Pass to Explore the City!

Hello everyone! 😀

It’s the first week of October, how has October treated you so far?!

You see, as it’s the first week of October, I’m happy to tell you that the first series of this month would also be the first post covering a city in… Canada!

Yup, in case you haven’t noticed by now, ever since I started the series in February, I didn’t get a chance to collaborate with anyone to cover any city in Canada. So, I was really excited when Adelina from YVR Bucketlist approached me to cover Vancouver. 😉

I know, right?! How could I cover a local beauty product from Canada, yet never talk about any city in the country of beloved Justin Trudeau?

So, what’s up, British Columbia?!

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What You Could Get In Queenstown For $10 – How to Explore an Overpriced City on a Budget

Back again at $10, yay… Happy Wednesday, everyone! 😀

So, if you asked me one of the countries that’s on top 10 bucket list to visit before I die, without hesitation I’d say New Zealand is one of them. Being a broke Indonesian myself, New Zealand sounds a little too dreamy. Like so close, yet so far…

I mean, geographically, the map of New Zealand is only a few centimeters away from here. But to get there for real though, with the necessity of visa application because of my weak passport and the idea of it being so expensive despite its beauty… God knows at what point in my life that I could afford to visit the country.

So, when Bailey from Destinationless Travel sent her piece on Queenstown for the $10 series, I was so ecstatic!

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Travel Fashionably From Head To Toe Around South East Asia

In case you’re not familiar with my traveling style, my traveling style is something in-between a budget traveler and not-so luxurious one.

I mean, I’m totally fine with the idea of staying at a cheap motel with a small room as long as I could get a quality time through doing my makeup without any disruption. I’m not exactly the kind of person who would ask for a pic anytime I see a good stop for the ‘gram, but clothes and makeup are the essential things for me to travel comfortably.

I’m not exactly fashionable, as I’m kind of a sucker when it comes to the idea of mix and match things I’ve got in my clothes. However, I’m not exactly a t-shirt and jeans kind of person either.

So, if you could relate to the situation and you’re planning to travel around South East Asia, let me share with you the tips and trick on how to travel fashionably in this part of the world! 😉

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