24 hours in Milan, Italy!

Truth to be told, I had no intention to visit Milan. It wasn’t my first time in Italy, in fact I would rather head down South to explore more food or a quick dip in the mediterranean sea. But what was I doing in Milan anyway? You see, I was heading towards Hungary and Croatia for the summer, and a stopover flight to Milan was a lot cheaper compared to a direct flight to Budapest. I saved £120 by flying from...

How my phone almost got stolen in Barcelona

I liked Barcelona. I really do. Compared to the rest of Spain, this Catalonian city is filled with rich Gaudi influences, magnificent architectures, cheap beers and not-so-cheap tapas. Barcelona was also my first getaway into Spain before I made my way down south into Portugal. And it was in Barcelona, that my phone almost got stolen right under my nose. You see, I consider myself as a very paranoid traveler. I tend to over think every possible worst case scenarios,...

A day in Vatican City!

No trip to Rome is completed without visiting the Catholic Capital. I spent three glorious days in Rome; glorious because it all involves food, arts and museums which are the three things that I really like (minus the extra waistline of course). Measuring just over 110 acres and a population of a thousand people, the Vatican City is indeed the smallest country in the world. I would advise on spending a full day in Vatican City, simply because there’s so...

Rise of the Hipster Cafes in Miri!

I’m no coffee connoisseur myself, but I do love some good coffees. While I can’t tell some beans apart, I do know enough to differentiate between a long black and an Americano. Also for the sake of comparison I’ve ordered only lattes in each and every cafes so let’s hop on to it! 10 CAFES YOU SHOULD GO TO IN MIRI! 1. ROUTE 66 Located in Lutong, this is one of my favourite cafe for coffee and ambience. I might be...

Exploring Borneo : The Niah Caves

With archaeological findings and human remains dated up to 40,000 years ago, the Niah Cave is one of the important prehistorical site in South East Asia. This is where the ancient “Deep Skull” of Borneo was found. As a Borneo born native, the Niah Cave is something that I grew up with. In fact I’ve visited the cave for about 7 times now – and have yet to get sick of it! Roughly an hour and a half drive away...