48 Hours in Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, the capital of Malaysia, was the last stop of our trip (followed by Phuket, Thailand). Coming from a 4-day hiatus of relaxing beach time in Thailand, we were eagerly ready to switch gears and adjust to life in…

Langkawi, Malaysia

After two days of filling our bellies with delicious food in Penang, we were off for some much needed beach time in Langkawi – a Malaysian archipelago of over 100 islands in the Andaman Sea. We spent three days on the main island…

Georgetown, Penang

At the very heart of our South East Asian foodie adventure was Penang. Coined as ‘Pearl of the Orient’ or once known as Pulau Pinang, more fits in this small island than it seems possible. Coming to Penang, we didn’t know…

Singapore

Our first trip of 2017 was spending two weeks in Southeast Asia. On the itinerary was Singapore, Malaysia (Penang, Langkawi & Kuala Lumpur), and Thailand. As the Gateway to Asia, logically, the first stop of our Asian adventures was Singapore. After our non-stop…

Paris, France

Travel Guide: When In Paris

  Paris certainly needs no introduction. It’s one of those destinations that sells itself and is likely to be on every traveler’s bucket list at one point or another. However, I often hear mixed reviews. For some, the city exceeds all their…

Jamaica

Jamaica

Hi everyone, it’s Amir here, aka “A“. Since I spent eight weeks in Jamaica and was the reason behind our adventure around the country, Joanna pitched the idea that I should write this post from my perspective and share my…

Bonaire

Bon Bini Bonaire

Although much less known, Bonaire is an unblemished jewel in the South Caribbean Sea. Known for its vibrant world under the sea, Bonaire is a destination for the avid snorkelers and divers as it’s coined an underwater paradise. Sometimes I…

Aruba

The Island of Aruba

North of Venezuela, the island of Aruba is home to some of the most world renowned white-sand beaches. Located just below the hurricane belt, the climate is dry and the island rarely has a rainy day. During our week in…

Curcaçao

Curcaçao

Curaçao is among the group of islands known as the ABC islands, alongside Aruba and Bonaire. Located near Venezuela, this trio is categorized as the Leeward Islands of the Netherlands Antilles. With its Dutch colonial history and architecture, Curacao feels…

Comino Island

Comino Island

To us, there was no better antidote to relieve our stresses and rejuvenate on our honeymoon than anchoring a small boat in the shallow bays where the Mediterranean sea meets the crystal clear water that surrounds Comino Island. Situated between Malta and Gozo, Comino is the…

Gozo Island

Gozo Island

This tiny Maltese island is just a twenty-minute ferry ride from Malta. Gozo is coined as Malta’s quiet and quirky little brother and according to the World Database of Happiness, some of the happiest people on Earth reside on this…

Malta

Vibrant Valletta

Valletta is the elegant and historic capital of Malta. Named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Valletta is known to be one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world. Although the city is small in size, it is full of character…

Malta

Swinging Around South Malta

The South Coast of Malta was where are all the hidden gems are found.Our first stop was the colorful Sunday Fish Market at Marsaxlokk. The market sells fresh seafood, fresh produce, and the usual abundance of tourist souvenirs. Truth be told, the…

Malta

A Day of Sand and Cities in …

One of my favourite things about Malta is its size – the entire country is just over 100 square miles, making it easy to conquer the whole island by car. We spent one of our days exploring the West end of the…

Malta

Malta

For our honeymoon, we had played around with the idea of a few different places. After a lot of thought and deliberation, A and I decided we would take a risk and venture off to Malta. 

Rome, Italy

When In Rome

We had a jam packed second day in Rome between seeing the Spanish steps, doing some retail damage, waiting in line for an hour to see the Vatican, and actually touring the inside of the Colosseum.

Rome, Italy

Roman Holiday

Halfway through our week in Paris, we flew to Italy and spent two days in Rome. Our time there was spent like true tourists – visiting the Colosseum, Trevi Fountain, Roman Ruins, Pantheon, Spanish Steps, Vatican, and all the other major attractions.

Paris, France

I Left My Heart In Paris

The slight mayhem we encountered getting back from Versailles kind of derailed the dinner plans we had for our last night. Our initial plans were to have dinner at Marche des Enfant Rouges – Paris’ oldest covered market built in 1615.