“If I had to choose a single destination where I’d be held captive for the rest of my time in New York, I’d choose the Metropolitan Museum of Art.” – Tim Gunn The second day in the Big Apple was pretty much dedicated to The MET. It was way bigger than I expected and took up … More NYC Day 2: Please go easy on me..
New York City is my favorite city. It seems like a cliché, because that’s just what everyone says. But I truly, truly believe that anyone who goes to NYC should let themselves fall in love with it. Perhaps one’s first impressions of the city aren’t the best, maybe you find it too dirty, too crowded, … More NYC Day 1: Welcome to New York
The Vance Creek Bridge is the 2nd tallest railway arch bridge in the United States, and has become one of my favorite places to visit in the Pacific Northwest. It was originally built and used by the logging industry, but it is now located on private property/. I have had the privilege of visiting the … More Vance Creek Bridge
As Tony Bennet’s smooth, deep voice croons in my ear, I find myself unable to relate to his sentiments about the City by the Bay. San Francisco is a big, bustling city, for a petite and quiet person like me. San Francisco is windy and warm, while I am used to the gloomy, rainy days of Seattle. … More San Francisco: City by the Bay
Whether it is in the shower, in the car, or while talking to other people, I always find myself singing, humming or listening to a certain song. To me music is expression; lyrics and melody that convey the artist’s feelings/emotions about certain things. And as a listener some songs are just too catchy not to … More My Travel Playlist
Walking down the streets of Singapore feels familiar and foreign at the same time. You see, I spent 4 years of my teenage life in Singapore, those were some of the worst and most important years of my life. To me, Singapore is not a just a place, but a stage in my life. It … More Familiarly Foreign in Singapore
Over the holidays, my family and I went to Bandung to visit my grandpa, and for the first time we took the train from Jakarta to Bandung. Normally, we would just drive up there, but due to traffic and road repairs we decided to travel by train. We went to Stasiun Gambir (Gambir Station) early in … More Bandung by Train