Months before my trip to South Korea, friends approached me asking how much I was planning on bringing and then gasping that I should bring more upon learning my intentions. This was strangely ironic as the same did not happen for Japan (click here for my 10D9N child-friendly itinerary) and…
When I was in secondary school, teachers would often reprimand us for littering or allowing dirt and dust to settle in our classroom.
“Would you throw this candy wrapper on the floor at home?”
“Your classroom is your home at school!”
Most of the times it gets shrugged off, because guess what? We’re not at home. And we were kids.
I celebrated Valentines at a paradise filled with hidden wonders, just 20 odd minutes away from town. Turning off Jalan Sultan Tengah and driving past the gates of Cove55 transported us into a magical world of pristine whites and striking decor.
They boast a TV-free environment, which forces you to connect with one another like normal human beings and it was something I really adored. The imaginatively bankrupt might find it challenging or boring but it can be nice to take a break from the constant chatter that surrounds us. Aside from taking a couple of photos, my phone was largely left forgotten. A reprieve from a noisy world.