Finally I am back home! Many many travel stories to blog about. 😀 I also start work tomorrow so please bear with me while I upload photos, blog and all that jazz!
Blogs to look forward to:
- 28th April-2nd May: Ayutthaya, Thailand for social contribution activity and SIGA 2010.
- 3rd May: One night in Bangkok.
- 4-7th May: Very memorable time in Yangon, Myanmar. A city rating second only to Phnom Penh on the “interesting” scale.
- 7-9th May: SHOPPING CRAZY in the middle of the Red Shirt Mayhem in Bangkok.
- 9-10th May: One night in Miri and back to Brunei
I love travelling but after 4 hotels, many taxis, seafood, vegetables and two weeks of living out of a suitcase, it feels really great to be home. (Although, today over high tea in Seria, we sort of planned our next trip already…. 😛 We’ve got such wanderlust.)
Hello everyone! Hope you’ve been very good! In other news, I have to do IELTS!
2 thoughts on “I’m back!”
Nice personal site you got here. I came here after clicking from Best Blogs Asia. I can see that you love to travel. Why not note down something from Brunei towards the world? You know, help with the tourism. Speaking of travelling in Brunei, what do you think there is in Tutong and Temburong? Do you think there is any fun activities to do there? In Seria, there’s OGDC. In Bandar, there’s an attractive shopping district and the Jerudong Park. But what’s there in Tutong and Temburong? Don’t mention how bad is it now. Just imagine what’s it do at its best condition and would you recommend it to your fellow travelling readers?
Just my two cents. 🙂
Hi Bruneian Dollar, thank you for reading my blog. I find it amusing that you assume I haven’t written down anything about travelling in Brunei. Pretending to be a tourist in my own country is one of my favourite things to do. Please feel free to read my Tutong posts and my Temburong posts in my archives, never have I mentioned “how bad they are now” because I believe that phrase is for the short-sighted… I also have many island hopping posts (my new favourite thing to do in Brunei) that I think u might also be interested in. I believe they “help in tourism”. 🙂 While you’re on Google, do feel free to look for my BSB tours as well. I had fun doing them. Lastly, do stop by more often or subscribe to my RSS as I always have many travel stories to share. 🙂