Third Day at the Mozart: Chesky Crumlov

We slept on the way there but these were the scenes we saw in Chesky Crumlov, a UNESCO world heritage site since 1992. Let’s first start with a map of the area, showcasing the river that encircles the town. The entrance which looks like an aqueduct. Isn’t it impressive? As you can see, it was […]

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1st Crystal Cruise Tour: Vienna City Tour in the Morning

Taking a tour with the Crystal Cruises is a luxury. The buses are big, the seats are comfortable and there’s complimentary water and toilet inside the coach. We each have a tour device you can hang around your neck, making touring convenient. The guide will talk towards the earpiece, enabling you to listen to the […]

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Second Day: Krems Monastery and Wine Tasting Tour

Krems is a twin city: Stein, the place where the toll was collected and Krems, the market town. It was a trading hub. Currently, it has 26,000 permanent inhabitants. It boasts of 3 private universities and an additional 10,000-12,000 students who take their further studies in Krems. Krems also features the second biggest commercial port […]

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Second Day in Prague: The Taste of Prague Foodie Tour

We signed up for The Taste of Prague, the #1 food tour in Prague according to TripAdvisor.com. It’s not exactly cheap so we came with really high expectations. We were warmly greeted by Karolina, a 39-year old mother of two who has been food’ng with The Taste of Prague for awhile. Apparently, the group consisted […]

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First Day in Prague

We started the tour in Mala Strana area where the aristocrats lived. It’s closest to our hotel so it’s the best place to start. Following the alley, we passed by the John Lennon Pub Restaurant. On its right, you can see the water level. In 2002, there was a flood and the water level reached […]

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Life Tip: Get a smaller house

When I was 22, I lived on my own in Taipei. I rented out a small studio unit close the the University that had its own bathroom for NTD 10,000. It was a few streets away from school. I shared the unit with a few other rooms lined up in a dark narrow corridor. I […]

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A Father’s Love

My uncle is a single parent with an adult daughter. He was separated from his wife years ago, and has resorted to maintaining a slew of long-term girlfriends. The current girlfriend has been in his life for a decade already. The sexy and pretty girlfriend is straightforward and hot-tempered. To put it simply, she has […]

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So what’s it like to be high on weed? (Warning: Has R-18 Content Below)

My husband and I finally tried the weed at the Green Place Amsterdam (not to be confused with The Green House) located at Kloveniersburgwal 4, Amsterdam. We picked it particularly because it was voted as one of the Top 3 Coffeeshops in Amsterdam thanks to their Rollex OG Kush cannabis strain. Of course, if you’ve come to Amsterdam, […]

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Honeymoon First Day: Amsterdam — The Land of Weed, Whores and Windmills

Hubby and I specifically picked Amsterdam as our first stop on our extended 21-week honeymoon because of its three Ws: weed, whores, and windmills. What can we say? Most Filipino-Chinese would pick the traditional London, Paris, Rome for their honeymoon destination but no not us. We are unconventional, naughty people, both hubby and I. We arrived Amsterdam at an early […]

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Back in the Dating Scene?

A month after my breakup… wow, how time flies. It hasn’t been an easy journey but oh, how invigorating the process was. Over the last four weeks, I’ve done a lot of self-reflection, making changes where I saw fit. And there were many. My life path for 2012 for example has radically changed from what […]

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