In KL: from a 1950’s Vibe to a Degustation Experience

There are so many places to go in KL, many activities to do, and of course the great mixture of tourist places all around (you really need to look for all of those). Many of my dear friends have been leaving KL, that’s part of the expat life-- the part we don’t like… One of … Continue reading In KL: from a 1950’s Vibe to a Degustation Experience

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The Orange Sunset of Sihanoukville 🌤🍊

Hello!! It’s been a while since my last post… My schedule got really hectic, and also I moved into a new apartment – which takes a lot of your time as you might guess… Also, into the new apartment you are getting those details to make it from “a new apartment” to “home”, and also … Continue reading The Orange Sunset of Sihanoukville 🌤🍊

Day 2 & 3 in Vietnam: Ha Long Bay, a Gem 

We left Hanoi early morning, and the first thing was crossing the street in such a hectic place! And, as thought, we had to cross the street gracefully without looking around… just walking straight—unbelievable! -- See my previous post's video to know what I'm talking about! 😉 The ride from Hanoi to Ha Long Bay … Continue reading Day 2 & 3 in Vietnam: Ha Long Bay, a Gem 

Day 1 in Vietnam: Calming the Heart in a Mixture of Silence and Chaos

I just came back from a beautiful trip to Vietnam with a good friend from Venezuela (who now lives in Bogota, Colombia) and his wife. I will do different posts of my trip to the northern side of Vietnam, as each day was full of emotions, breathless landscapes and great energy, and I would like … Continue reading Day 1 in Vietnam: Calming the Heart in a Mixture of Silence and Chaos

Dos and Don’ts in KL (kids friendly options included!)

KL is a big city, but from my perspective, there are not many places to go do tourism around by day… And because I work, the places I go are mostly at night to have dinner and drinks. Don’t get me wrong, I have fallen in love with KL, I could live here for many … Continue reading Dos and Don’ts in KL (kids friendly options included!)

What would you miss the most?

This past Thursday I met with my friend Simone, who is marrying in October (Wohoo, Congrats girl! 👰🏾🎩), and who is going back to US after three years living and working in Kuala Lumpur. I met her last year through my friends Naty and Marco --the ones that went back to Ecuador last weekend. So, … Continue reading What would you miss the most?

Ta Prohm: “How?!” I thought 🇰🇭 

When I watched for the first time Tomb Raider (I think it was in 2001-2002), I was mesmerized by the powerful scenes and by the temples that were shown in the movie--they look like out of this world!😳🙌🏼 I never thought I would have the opportunity to see these places with my own eyes 💙 … Continue reading Ta Prohm: “How?!” I thought 🇰🇭 

Saying goodbye?… Better say: till next time! 

The hard part of being an expat, it's saying goodbye to family and good old friends... and also to the new friends!  When I was packing and getting everything ready to move, I totally had mix feelings: happy and excited 😁😊 for the "new" that was coming up, and of course sad (super sad! 😫) … Continue reading Saying goodbye?… Better say: till next time! 

A special place on Earth: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Siem Reap, Cambodia 🇰🇭 is amazing, stunning, striking, magnificent!! A combination of man made structures and nature filling up the gaps!  I went with my parents and I was really glad that I got to experience this beauty with them. 👫👩🏻  Cambodia has a striking and sad story, as from 1975 until 1979 the Khmer … Continue reading A special place on Earth: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Quote of the day

"The Greatest Prayer is Patience"-Buddha