D is for Derby as in University of Derby where I’m currently studying (except online, so I don’t actually need to physically be there). I’ve actually been there, although as per usual UK rain, it was pouring when I went […]
When moving to a new country to study, you might have a lot of luggage. Better be prepared, right? I’ve brought a rice cooker, an electric kettle, a hair dryer, a pan, a duvet, two pillows, beddings… I was sooo […]
While studying abroad in Birmingham, UK, I also attended quite a few events that were related to my industry, which was video games, and they just happen to be in other places (again, great excuse to travel). So for my […]
I studied abroad in Birmingham, UK in September 2016 to pursue my Masters degree, my goal (okay, not my primary goal, because primary goal is to graduate… with distinction) is to travel around the UK. I thought it would be […]
Travel the world and getting paid for it- that’s the dream, ain’t it. Girls, here are a few travel sites and blogs aimed towards us, which accept submissions, and some of them even pay $$.
My joke is my job is a professional student. But I haven’t always been a student. Actually, I worked for 8 years as a game programmer before I went back to school. And going back to school at 29 yrs […]
Last year, we went on our gap year; we were in between places both in locations and in life. Now we are back and these are what we learned: 1. We’re all going to die one day, so just enjoy […]
I spent one and a half months in China–I bummed at my sisters’ apartment in Shanghai, I went to Disneyland, a few museums, exhibitions and a film park, we took the high speed rail (which was excellent) to Hangzhou and […]
One of the popular ways to live abroad is to study.
In between my detours, I found myself staying a night in Taipei before flying back home the next morning. Therefore I needed a hotel, preferably somewhere near the Taoyuan Airport MRT station and somewhere that’s “luxury for not too much […]