People come and go especially in the world of travel. But the warm moments, their smiles, and bits of life’s stories will linger to last a lifetime and multiply into inspirations. Couples I meet, young and old, always get my admiration knowing they do the same passion and learning how they find time to do… Continue reading The People I Meet.
Memphis served as the capital of ancient Egypt during the Old Kingdom. It was the home of many pharaohs and it remained an essential city throughout history, until its demise around the time of the rise of Christianity after the first century A.D. Flashback to when I had to set our alarm clock to 4ish… Continue reading Memphis
On-off social media. 🙋🏻♀️ That’s me. Guilty but I always try to incorporate the feel of balance into my life. It’s my time to be myself, think my thoughts and say enough to move around unusual corners of the world. Whether to over-share or be overfed is an uphill battle. Yet, I can simply just… Continue reading Hibernation 101.1
Experiential travel through culinary samplings.
Re-taking the Route to Roots. Such encounters are rare for the thousands of families who have always wanted a real, and tangible connection to where you stand in the context of history. It is hard to imagine and appreciate the complicated entanglement of our togetherness-in-difference from within the collective identity. #GongXiFaCai
During our younger years, we were often taught to not talk to strangers. As we get older, though, we learn that most strangers are just friends we haven’t yet made. More than tours and the fuss while traveling, rekindling old friendships and creating new ones in the brief crossing of paths is what I truly… Continue reading Surprisingly Sweet.
Lucky to be going out of my domicile and visiting places during Christmas or on its near dates. I love being delighted with all the decorations all over for the festive season. At some point, you are brought back to childhood feels, joyfully entertained by the lights and colorful ornaments.