Category: travel

Beauty on Borneo Trip: What I’ve Packed Beyond the Clothes to Borneo

Hello, everyone! πŸ˜€

So, today marks the first week I’ve been on the road in Borneo. I’m currently in Kuching, a city in Sarawak, the eastern part of Malaysia. My trip has been great so far, despite I had to deal with the heavy raining in some places that I visited. But overall, everything has been great for me.

As I made a poll a few weeks ago about whether I should post something about what I’ve packed for a month trip in Borneo and the response was positive, and now that I’ve got some time to kill after strolling around the city… Let me share with you what I’ve got!

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What You Could Get In Toronto For $10 – Hipster Cafe or Classic Diner? You Can Have Them All!

If just like me, you’ve also passed your adolescence some time around the early 2000s, then I think you’d be familiar with Ontario. I mean, some famous Canadian musicians are originally from around there.Β To name a few, there’s Avril Lavigne and SUM 41.

Well, on this week’s $10 series, we’re going to cover the capital city of Ontario: Toronto! πŸ™‚

And today, Stefan from Stefan Round The World will accompany us to travel around the city and give us tips so we can spend our $10 wisely in the area. So, there we go!

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What You Could Get In Tel Aviv For $10 – Here’s How You Could Spend Your Shekel Wisely in the City of Israel!

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So, after we talked about Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates last week on the $10 series, we’re gonna stay around the Middle East this time. The only difference is that we’re now going to the Jewish part of the region, the country where I’ll find difficult to travel due to my Indonesian passport: Israel.

And nope, it’s not solely due to the weakness of my passport, it’s simply because we don’t have any diplomatic relations with Israel. You know, political issues and whatnot.

I don’t know when I will be able to step my foot in Israel as an Indonesian, but I was so excited when I got in touch with Melissa of The Family Voyage for the series and she told me that she wanted to cover Tel Aviv this time.

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