Great Wall of China
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Beijing, China My first time in China was in the year 2010 when I had the chance to visit two main cities in mainland China plus Hong Kong for one whole week. It was a whirlwind trip but it was a good introduction to the country. If you will come upon my post on myContinue reading

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Pena Palace
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Sintra, República Portuguesa Approximately 28 kms (that’s only 18 miles!) from Lisbon lies a beautiful town that looked like it came out of a fairy tale. Aside from the 9th Century Castle of Moors and National Palace which served as a residence of the Royal Family, the most well-known stop is the Pena Palace. AtopContinue reading

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Jerusalem
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Jerusalem, Israel   When my friend and I planned on going to the Middle East, our original itinerary only involved Jordan and Egypt. As you learned from my previous post, we had a chance to explore Dubai for a day thanks to a long layover. Yet again our wanderlust kicked in when we found outContinue reading

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Dubai Burj Al Arab
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates Hello, Everyone! Yes, this blog is still alive, and I appreciate you for still reading this after a very long hiatus. It had been a crazy and busy year and a half for me, and I am so glad that I finally have the time to update you all. Since myContinue reading

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Amalfi Coast
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Salerno, Italia The Costiera Amalfina, or Amalfi Coast, considered one of the most beautiful in the world, is a stretch of scenic coastline boasting picturesque towns perched on a cliff. It one of the famous destinations in Italy, and has landed on UNESCO’s World Heritage list as ”an outstanding example of a Mediterranean landscape, withContinue reading

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Solvang, CA
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Solvang, CA A slice of Europe right here in the US. Some people call it Danish Capital of USA. Solvang which literally translates to “sunny fields,” is just over 120 mile-drive from Los Angeles.   Follow Sky Envy: Bloglovin’ / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Pinterest

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