Category: travel

What You Could Get in Melbourne for $10 – Things to Do Around the City’s Central Business District

Yes, we’ve covered Melbourne in the series last year. But I promise this new post in the series recommended by Aaron from Aaron Gone Travel will still be as exciting to read!

If you’re planning to travel around Australia, especially somewhere around Victoria state, you may also want to check out what we have for $10 USD in Geelong.

However, if you’re more interested to see what else you can do within the budget around Melbourne, let’s check this out! 😉

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Flying Tips: Things You Can Do to Make Sitting Around Kids on a Flight More Bearable

One time, I had a friend asking me for some tips to cure the fear of flight. She thought that since I used to work as a flight attendant, I’d know the answer. Half joking, I told her to sit around kids on the plane so she’d focus more on the anxiety of making them cry or throw a tantrum rather than flying itself.

I mean, I’m not gonna lie… I’m not a fan of the idea to sit around kids on a flight. Even worse if it’s a long-haul flight. I remember during my flying time, I always felt anxious whenever I had family traveling with kids around the aisle. God forbid when it’s an infant.

With that being said, I know some of you won’t be happy about my confession. Especially those who are parents. One time, there was this Indonesian model who got slammed after complaining about a crying baby on board. I casually tweeted about it and said that I was lowkey on her side since I’m not a fan of crying babies on a flight anyway.

That, only to get a DM from my friend who recently got a baby lecturing me about traveling with kids. And even creating this collab post is not without drama, since I had to get into a debate as some fellow blogger said that this post would be offensive for some parents. While this might be true, I understand that you don’t have to be everyone’s cup of tea. And neither do I nor my blog post.

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What You Could Get in Edmonton for $10 – Get the Most Out of the City Within the Budget

After covering Toronto and Vancouver a long time ago, we finally got a chance to cover another city in Canada. This week, we’re flying to Alberta to see how far we could go with $10 in the capital city Edmonton. 😀

Thanks to Ben from Horizon Unknown, now we’re heading to Alberta to see how you can spend your bucks in Edmonton. Ready?!

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My First Impressions of Bali Based on the First (And Most Likely the Last) Visit to the Land of Gods

Hello everyone, how is everything going?!

So, after my last post of Kertajati International Airport, I had a bit of a hard time to decide what kind of post I needed to write on. Obviously, it’s supposed to be something about Bali. But then I couldn’t figure out which one I should write first.

At first, I was about to write a review of the first hotel we stayed in Bali. However, since the last piece that I wrote was also a review of the airport, I decided that the hotel review could wait. Instead, I want to share with you some of the first impressions I’ve got in Bali on my first time visiting the land of gods.

To be fair, now that I’ve been there, I’m hesitant to go back there again since I kinda feel like it’s not really the most favorite place I’ve got in the world. But why? Does it have anything to do with the first impression that I’ve got? Well, let’s check this out!

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Making Jordan Your Next Travel Destination

There are a lot of beautiful and exciting places to visit in the Middle East, but few are as full of wonderment as Jordan. Found on the East Bank of the Jordan River and bordering Saudi Arabia, Syria, Iraq, Israel, and the West Bank of Palestine, it is a hub of history stretching back thousands of years. Despite its relatively unknown status as a travel destination, it has plenty of offer curious and adventurous travelers. 

While other backpackers and holiday-makers choose to spend their time off exploring Southeast Asia or road tripping through the USA, Jordan offers something a little different but no less rewarding. For those hoping to jump off the traditional tourist trail, here’s what to expect when making Jordan your next travel destination.

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