A decent coffee shop is hard to come by in the burgeoning city of Yangon (Myanmar). And it’s no surprise, seeing the country has only recently opened up to the outside. I mean, in 2012 Myanmar ranked in as the #7 most censored country in the world. All things considered, Yangon as a city is doing quite well.
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Love them or hate them, if you find yourself spending time in Jakarta you will inevitably make your way to a mall at some point. Even on days I assured myself I would not step foot into a mall, I always managed to make it to one. Somehow. Malls in Jakarta are like little communities.
Oh the dreaded immigration process. Nothing like standing in a long line after an unimaginably longer flight. Even worse? Not having the proper documents to get into the country. Even worse? Not taking the necessary steps before arriving and actually being denied entry. I’ve heard the horror stories. Having to cancel a trip to Vietnam
I introduce my first attempt at making a video for YouTube. After considering the trend of hyper-shortened videos like those found on Vine and Instagram– I thought a condensed travel guide to Thailand would be perfect. (Also, my recent interview with Trekity gave some great inspiration!) I touch upon key things to pack, three areas
I have been trying to teach myself how to create infographics, which can be difficult without a Mac. And without any Photoshop or design software. Nonetheless I managed. After trying and failing using PowerPoint (yes, to create an infographic) I found an awesome site that helps one generate an infographic– easel.ly. Hopefully this is the