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Travel Log: Sunrises and Nai Hairn Beach in Phuket

What is your idea of the perfect vacation? I had mentioned that I am an active traveler – I like to go about town, explore the sites, find the local hole-in-the-wall restaurants, and really discover a city.  My husband and my friend were my ot...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Mar 22, 2016

JADSpirits Travel Log

Pantabangan Dam, Nueva Ecija. Taken last January 03, 2015 while on our way home from a 3-day vacation in Baler, Aurora ------- TAKE VACATIONS -------go as many places as you canYou can always make moneyYou can’t always make memoriesUnknown201507.12...

My Xian travel itinerary preview in China

I’m still enjoying my vacation in Xian, the ancient capital of Chinese empires in early century and the Eastern end of the Silk Road (Actually I’ve already completed my Xian tour and left China by the time of publish). With a short detour...
by Travel Feeder on Sep 14, 2014

My Cathay Pacific flight to Taipei checked in

The clock is ticking! Counting down to my first ever trip to Taiwan, I have my Cathay Pacific flight to Taipei checked in just within 48 hours of departure. Since I book the ground tour in September during MATTA fair 2013, quite a few incidences were...
by Travel Feeder on Dec 9, 2013

My Korea tour Day 3 – Travel guide to Gwangalli Beach Busan

After leisurely strolling down the Haeundae Beach and went back to our motel to take a bath in the evening, we hit the road again upon nightfall. What could we go after the fall of the weekend night in Busan? We took a short subway trip from Haeundae...
by Travel Feeder on Oct 16, 2013

My Korea tour Day 3 – Busan travel guide part 1 to Haeundae Beach

Let’s continue my travelogue to Korea. We left Seoul on our 3rd day in Korea for the second largest city of Korea, Busan. Not for long off course. We would go back to Seoul again on the last 2 days to cover other attractions around the capital...
by Travel Feeder on Oct 7, 2013

My Korea tour Day 2 at night in Dongdaemun wholesale marketplace of Seoul

We planned to go up Namsan hill to catch the sunset in our second evening in Seoul, but were too tired that we fell asleep in our hotel after getting back from Chandeokgung Palace. When we woke up, it was already a starry night out there. Never mind.
by Travel Feeder on Aug 30, 2013

My first night in Seoul and Korea Part 2/2 – Myeongdong food hunt

This is the second part of my travel stories and photos in Myeongdong, Seoul at night. We talked about the shops selling fashion wears, cosmetic and designers collection that could be found in Myeongdong, in my first part of the story, now I’m...
by Travel Feeder on Jun 13, 2013

My first night in Seoul and Korea part 1/2 – Myeongdong explore

This is my first post sharing my first night stories and travel photos in MyeongDong of Seoul and Korea. Glad I’m finally able to start writing about my Korea tour here, after returning back home 2 week ago. As usual, more than 2,500 photos wer...
by Travel Feeder on Jun 12, 2013

Travel Log: Things I miss about Tulum, Mexico

Why is it that vacations fly by while the rest of our time inches along? I can’t believe I was in Tulum a few weeks ago.  The Playa del Carmen strip of beaches is hands down one of my favorite beaches in the world (the mosquitoes there are my...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Dec 20, 2012

My Japan travel – Brief 2 day report in Osaka

After checking out from our hotel in Kawaguchiko and bid farewell to Mt. Fuji, we hit back the road to continue our journey to re-visit Osaka, the second time in 6 months. This time of year, we wished to check out how the 3rd largest city of Japan lo...
by Travel Feeder on Dec 9, 2012

My Japan travel – Brief report in Kawaguchiko, Fuji five Lakes

From Tokyo we continued our journey to Kawaguchiko in Fuji Five Lakes region of central Japan. The local weather continued to be chilly with temperature dropped to 0°C at night. We spent a night at one of the onsen hotel to enjoy the view of Mt. Fu...
by Travel Feeder on Dec 8, 2012

CnC Living Travel Log: Typical Thai food in Phuket

Sweet. Salty. Sour. Spicy. I love Thai food and it is one of the few cuisines I don’t tire of easily. It is so tasty and interesting because of the complexity of these mixed flavors, without being overwhelming. I first had Thai food somewhere i...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Nov 28, 2012

CnC Living Travel Log: Smaller islands of Phuket – Coral Island and Raya Island

One of my husband’s favorite vacation spots is Phuket. Beautiful bright blue skies, stunning rock formations used in classic movies, and sunsets the perfect shades of pink- I suppose I can see why he loves it there! When we first went to Phuket...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Nov 6, 2012

CnC Living Travel Log: Follow the crowds and escape from them at IFC Mall and Sheung Wan, Hong Kong

What kind of tourist are you? Are you someone that loves to see all the famous sites of a city? Or do you like to go off the beaten path and mingle with the locals? I’m probably a mix of the two types.  I don’t have to see every single t...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Oct 18, 2012

Travel Log: Escaping the city to Stanley Beach and Stanley Market, Hong Kong

Who thinks of the beach when they think of Hong Kong? I certainly don’t and yet I was strolling on a beach beside Stanley Bay a few days ago and a million miles from the tall towers of Hong Kong Island.  The town of Stanley in the Southeastern...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Aug 22, 2012

Travel Log: Escaping the city to Stanley Market, Hong Kong

Who thinks of the beach when they think of Hong Kong? I certainly don’t and yet I was strolling on a beach beside Stanley Bay a few days ago and a million miles from the tall towers of Hong Kong Island.  The town of Stanley in the Southeastern...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Aug 22, 2012

Travel Log:Hitting the shopping district of Nanjing West Road/Xi Lu

I love shopping, though I don’t necessarily have tobuy something every time I’m out on a shopping trip.Shopping is also the chance for me to see and feel (I’m one of those people that has to touch a piece of clothing or decor in a s...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Aug 1, 2012

Travel Log:Hitting the shopping district of Nanjing West Road/Xi Lu

I love shopping, though I don’t necessarily have to buy something every time I’m out on a shopping trip. Shopping is also the chance for me to see and feel (I’m one of those people that has to touch a piece of clothing or decor in a...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Aug 1, 2012

Travel Log:Hitting the shopping district of Nanjing West Road/Xi Lu

I love shopping, though I don't necessarily have to buy something every time I'm out on a shopping trip. Shopping is also the chance for me to see and feel (I'm one of those people that has to touch a piece of clothing or decor in a store), hang out...
by Chic 'n Cheap Living on Aug 1, 2012


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