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Beautiful beaches and even more beautiful people, Zanzibar is such a unique place with a mix of cultures fused over centuries to become the Zanzibari way. It’s a place that has to be experienced to be fully understood and then, loved. But before you go, you need to equip yourself with some very useful and practical information. I’ve put together a list of things you need to know before you go…

Welcome to Day 2 of popping my solo cherry in Thessaloniki! Before you go any further, make sure you’ve caught up on Day 1! I spent the day seeing some landmark sites and exploring Ano Poli or “Upper Town”, the oldest part of town. In its hilly windy charming roads lies the city’s soul, echoing the same contradictions as the city below. Quiet and lively, youthful and traditional, all seamlessly intertwined.…

We are all pretty much glued to our phones, most of us would be lost without it (literally), and it’s actually scary! (I’m low-key scared of technology now thanks to Black Mirror!) There’s literally an app for everything- an app to help you sleep, drink more water, track your girlfriend’s menstrual cycle (serious eye roll!), for contraception (bruh, I know right!) and so on. Since we have all these apps…

For a lot of people, the most common reason stopping them from travelling is “I can’t afford it”. Social media can sometimes make travel look expensive or reserved for the super-rich rolling in the dough (not true!). Take me, I’m definitely not super rich…yet (I wish, Jesus answer my call!). Flights are usually the most expensive part of any trip, so here I come, to the rescue, with some tips on…

Since we were in Malaysia and it’s only an hour flight, we thought Why not? Let’s go to Singapore! Singapore is definitely the most modern and cleanest city I’ve been to, you could literally eat off the streets. Littering carries a SG$1000 fine (Ouch!) which could also explain why it’s been named the most expensive city in Southeast Asia! But don’t let that discourage you from visiting this beautiful country. I hold my purse strings TIGHT and I had a great experience here without blowing the bank and soaking garri (ground cassava) when I got home.

There’s so much to do in Singapore and if you’re on a short trip like we were, here’s what I believe are some must dos to add to your Singapore itinerary:

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