Kublai

A Pit Stop For A Piece Of Humble Pie

    0
Pairs Well With…”Another Day in Paradise” by Phil Collins  “There is no us.  There is no them.  There is just a we.”  – J. Lee What would you do if you lost everything?  Could you handle it?  Would it break you? Maybe you didn’t have a lot to begin with, but tomorrow you wake up... The post A Pit Stop For A Piece Of Humble...
[...READ MORE...]

The best things in Malaysia are 20 Ringgits

    0
My favorite things to do in KL, in this order! Batu Caves Chaang Massage Islamic Art Museum Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve Broga Hill Chinese Quarter Heli Bar Petronas Tower and Park Jalon Alor PS 150 Whimsical Regalia Suites Pool Marinis on 57thFiled under: Remote Year, Uncategorized Tagged: Food, KL, Malaysia, Things to Do, Travel
[...READ MORE...]

Kek Lok Si

    0
Because a place this spectacular deserves it’s own blog post.  This temple is like a pantone lovers dream.    Filed under: Remote Year, Uncategorized Tagged: Colors, Creativity, Culture, Kek Lok Si, Malaysia, Penang, Travel
[...READ MORE...]

Acadia

    0
Dinner at Acadia is one of the most fantastic foodie experiences. I had the 5 course tasting with wine pairings and everything from the ambiance to the food was spectacular.  The most amazing part about the entire experience is the service.  The Sommelier sent back 3 bottles of wine because they were corked and I don’t […]
[...READ MORE...]

A Tour of Malaysian Homes and Architecture

    0
One of my favorite parts of traveling is visiting homes of locals. With services like AirBnb, it is becoming easier to get a taste for what living in a different country is like. Below is a snapshot of a few homes I have had the privilege of visiting during my short stint in Malaysia, outside of my apartment, which you can get a tour of here....
[...READ MORE...]

Waking Up In Bali

    0
Bali has always been a dream of mine ever since I got hooked on Wanderlust Yoga Retreats.  I pictured sun salutations on a beautiful white sand beach, Acai Bowls and fit amazing looking people with positive vibes. Although all of those things are available in magnitudes, they are a bit harder to find.  Many of […]
[...READ MORE...]

Recentering Yourself in Nature: Hiking Malaysia

    0
One of my favorite ways to recenter myself is to go hiking in nature. We are, after all, nature, and being in nature is a return to our true home in many ways. We are alive, just like nature, and draw energy and inspiration from our natural surroundings. Luckily, hiking is abound in Kuala Lumpur, its outskirts, and other parts of Malaysia. Urban Forest Escape...
[...READ MORE...]

How Do You Like Your Eggs? (Kuala Lumpur’s Five Best Breakfasts)

    0
Pairs Well With…Breakfast, the most important, sunny side up meal of the day. You know the story: breakfast is the most important meal of the day.  Morning fuel is critical, and that first “this hits the spot” meal is everything.  I’ve spent the month of February scouting out the best, most novel breakfasts in Kuala... The post How Do You Like Your Eggs? (Kuala Lumpur’s...
[...READ MORE...]

A Lil Economics Never Hurt Nobody

    0
First off, I’d like to thank everyone for the overwhelming support and encouraging words after my previous post Strawberry Jelly, No More Grape, and to the individual who offered to ship me some grape jelly…you the real MVP shawty. However, shoutout to the homie A-A-Ron for actually getting me that purple stuff on my birthday. One skip, one hop, a $10 upgrade to first class,...
[...READ MORE...]

Week 6 – Cameron Highlands

    0
First trip inland, and what an experience! Unlike anything we had encountered in Malaysia so far, it was foggy, cold – and simply enchanting! Tea plantations, culture and history, and some hikes for the books. Watch my latest adventures in the Cameron Highlands in Central Malaysia!
[...READ MORE...]

Page 38 of 43« First...3839...Last »