Category: Map

High Rises and Affordable Shopping


Kuala Lumpur, to me, is the land of high rise buildings and affordable shopping.  The architecture is modern and pleasantly pleasing to the eyes, but one can easily get a strain from craning their necks looking up at all the tall buildings.  Plus, they… Continue Reading “High Rises and Affordable Shopping”

Two Weddings, A Funeral And More


It is funny how the unexpected happens to you even while enjoying a bespoke vacation. In all my planning and preparation, I did not expect that I would be in attendance at two weddings and a funeral. All this took place on the beautiful… Continue Reading “Two Weddings, A Funeral And More”

Growing Too Old For This? Naaah!


In less than 24 hours my journey to four countries in the Southeast Asia region will begin.  Last minute to-do’s have put me into a tailspin and I am feeling a bit overwhelmed.  The reasons being:  it is either a case of putting off… Continue Reading “Growing Too Old For This? Naaah!”

Fleeting and Enduring Friendships


Making friends when you travel is not a hard thing to do, at least not for me.  It can begin with a smile, a casual comment or shared humor.  Neither party may intend to become lifelong friends, but, as the saying goes, one thing… Continue Reading “Fleeting and Enduring Friendships”

Bimshire for Spring


I like spring.  It is not my favorite season, summer is.  Nonetheless, I like springtime if only for the simple reason that after being cooped up indoors for most of winter I can now spring into action and enjoy more of the outdoors.  I… Continue Reading “Bimshire for Spring”

Best Graduation Gift


Graduating ceremonies for the class of 2018 for senior-year students in academia will begin some time in May.  Students are already prepping for their last act in school.  Year book photos are being taken, cap and gown orders underway, and invitations to attend the… Continue Reading “Best Graduation Gift”

Solo Tour de France Enthusiast Has Itinerary Challenges


Pulling together a bespoke itinerary can be time consuming depending on the destination, attractions, and length of vacation.  I carefully sift through the overwhelming research information to ensure the daily plan meets the needs of my clients.   Having said that, there are very few… Continue Reading “Solo Tour de France Enthusiast Has Itinerary Challenges”

Travel Tips for Students on Spring Break


Words have power. Generally speaking, most students would say they are too broke to travel.  As an Itinerary Planner, my response to that would be, “be careful what you say.”  The claims we make regarding our transient financial circumstances eventually are manifested in our… Continue Reading “Travel Tips for Students on Spring Break”

Differently-able Loves to Travel


For the most part, travel for the majority of able-bodied persons is not a problem.  Standing on long lines, dragging bags through airport, train or bus terminals and running from one gate to the next, is not a hassle (well sometimes it is).  The… Continue Reading “Differently-able Loves to Travel”

Speak Her Love Language When You Travel


Valentine’s Day is a couple days away and it is the time people express their undying love and devotion to each other.  Couples give gifts of: chocolates, flowers, jewelry, and other tokens that may be cherished and enjoyed for the moment or for a… Continue Reading “Speak Her Love Language When You Travel”

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