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Around the World with Instant Noodles: 15 Fascinating Hacks to Serve Instant Noodles in Various Countries

Hi everyone!

How long have you been staying at home for quarantine because of Coronavirus?! While some of you are probably busy trying to try new recipe because you’ve been blessed by astonishing cooking skills, some of us could only thank God for the invention of one thing: instant noodles.

Well, at least for me. I suck at cooking, and I’m proud to say that I’m a delivery queen. Honestly, I don’t think I’d survive if I had to get stuck in the quarantine 15 years ago when delivery service was very rare. LOL.

So anyway, this gave me an idea to compile various instant noodles around the world. And in this post, I’m collaborating with some other fellow bloggers to present instant noodles in various countries with some hacks to serve it when you feel a bit fancy.

I mean, I’m from a country where Indomie comes from. I don’t just buy them when I’m on survival mode. I buy them because it’s a necessity in my household. #asianproblem

And speaking of Indomie, my Indonesian pride kicks in when I found out that the brand is well-known in so many countries in the world. Even better, because they also have their own way to serve the noodles.

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What You Could Get in Cordoba for $10 – Explore the Mosque-Cathedral Through the Day

Hi everyone!

After covering Almeria last year, we’re finally back to Spain for this week’s $10 series. This time, thanks to Izzy and Phil from The Gap Decaders who will be covering the city in Andalucia, Cordoba.

So, if you’re currently planning out a trip to Andalucia and thinking about visiting Cordoba… This piece might be super helpful for you to see how far you could get in Cordoba for $10 USD!

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Top 10 Amusement Parks in Europe

For those of you who love an adrenaline rush or those who want to reconnect with their inner child, make sure you add one of these parks to your itinerary when travelling in Europe.

There are many different amusement parks all over the continent and they are suitable for all the family, little ones and big kids alike!

Whether it’s the thrill of a roller coaster or the sudden splash of a water ride you prefer, Europe really has a lot to offer. There are also theme parks with whimsical characters, shows and parades. It was difficult to narrow it down to a top ten, but here you go. 

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New Year’s Bucket List: Places to Visit in the First Half of 2020

Happy New Year, everyone!

As you might probably notice already, it’s my first post this year… And this time, I don’t wanna lose the momentum as I’ve collaborated with some fellow bloggers to serve you a list of places recommendations to visit this year.

Starting in this post, I’ll share with you the recommended places to visit in the first half of 2020. So, if you’re planning for a trip some time around January and June this year… It’s not too late for you to decide where you’re gonna go for your next trip.

So, what do we have here? Please check this out!

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Paris or Barcelona: Which City is More Romantic?

You all know I’ve been writing and telling stories for such a long time. I like to share either my own experiences or general information that I feel could be useful for my readers.

Recently, I’ve met some friends from INSIDR.co and we’ve exchanged a lot of interesting information. A little information about INSIDR, they are a friendly startup based in Paris.

Their main goal is to make our travel experiences in Europe the best. They also offer a smartphone rental service where you can get recommendations and suggestions directly from the Parisian community! Now, I am going to share several pieces of information from INSIDR that I found interesting.

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