Bonjour Paris!

It’s okay not to graduate at 20.

It’s okay not to be “someone” at 25.

It’s okay not to be married and have kids at 30.

It’s okay not to have your “dream job” just yet.

It’s okay not to have everything figured out.

FIVE TIPS IN APPLYING FOR SCHENGEN VISA FROM DUBAI

Are you dreaming of sipping champagne while on a night Danube river cruise with magnificently lit Hungarian Parliament in the background? Or visit centuries-old castles, like Prague Castle perhaps? Or indulge in Barcelona tapas and sangria?  Or explore the eminent Eiffel Tower? Europe is and will always be on my gigantic bucket list. I’ve just started and definitely won’t get tired returning from time to time til my hair turns gray. If the feeling is mutual, read on.

South Korea: Princess for Hours

However, the decrepit rust coloured leaves hanging from the branches skirted by pools of autumn gold underneath, sweet chill breath of wind blowing our silk skirts while being surrounded by dynasties’ remains – imagine yourself basking in such glorious and gorgeous setting. The little discomfort will definitely be the least of your worries.

Centro Histórico de Macau: Streets of Heritage

While everyone seemed to flock towards Ruins of St. Paul’s – 17th century stone facade made of intricate carvings with an Oriental theme, one should also not miss Holy House of Mercy, white building afront the fountain; St. Dominic’s Church, yellow edifice that’s rarely get unnoticed, Hotel Central, Leal Senado Building, and Macau General Post Office in Largo de Senado (Senado Square).