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Where To Have The Sweetest Adventures in Europe

“If something is unladylike and fattening, it must be a lot of fun”- motto of my younger self. I can’t believe that it’s already Valentine’s Day! This is quite a special day because it was on Valentine’s day of 2012 that I launched Annzventures. Wow, my blog is actually celebrating its second year and I’m […]

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How To Make Friends While Traveling Solo

One of the most common question I get from relatives, friends and readers’ emails  is how do I make friends while traveling alone. Even the US immigration officer worried about my lack of friends. Traveling solo doesn’t mean that I’m always by myself and lonely.  Actually it is a total myth. The truth is that […]

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How to Negotiate and Save More Travel Money

Setting: Hue Backpackers Hostel, Hue, Vietnam Dude 1: “Hey man I bought this Ray Bans and got it for 100,000 dong from 300,000 dong!” Dude 2: “Cool! Good price you got there huh? I’m gonna get some too! They’ll be great gifts because it’s so cheap.” This is a scene that made me want to […]

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How to Build Your Travel Wardrobe and Still Travel Light

I am currently in one of the fashion capitals of the world, Milan and  this post was inspired while I was walking around watching the displays of the fancy shops of this city. And since I’m not a fan of spending my money on these fancy shops, I might as well write a blog post […]

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How to Find Good Spots to Live: Homes in Chiang Mai Edition

It’s been two months since I left Chiang Mai but as I mentioned on my previous post, I will make a feature of my homes in Chiang Mai. So here it is. When you travel for a long time, it does get tiring to be moving from one place to another. During the first seven […]

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Adventures in Transportation: Thailand Road Trip Edition

  (A bus parked outside the Grand Palace in Bangkok) This week I will be writing about the beautiful islands in Southern Thailand. But before that, I will write how I learned the transportation system in Thailand to make your future land travels more comfortable, faster and much cheaper way.  I’ve taken both short rides […]

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A Beginner’s Guide to Bangkok

Bangkok was the first city I traveled solo in South East Asia. I’ve been so excited to visit Thailand as I heard and read so many good stuff about it. But when I got to Bangkok, I was shocked- big time. I literally was shaking out of fear and landing in a country that I […]

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