Last but not least of my monthlong travels was to Indonesia: Jakarta for 2 days and then to beautiful Bali! As I didn’t really spend much time in Jakarta I’m going to skip straight to telling you all about Bali.
Myanmar, previously known as Burma, is one of those places that has opened up to tourism in the last 5 or so years and is relatively untouched. It is already starting to pick up, but still was a beautiful country to visit, so do it before it becomes too popular of a destination!
I am drooling just thinking back on my experience at Eslava in Seville, Spain. It was one of those places that was ranked pretty highly in tripadvisor and was right around the corner from where we were staying, so we decided to drop in.
I was quite nervous and excited about my 10 days in India. More than likely I was way over-prepared for the experiences I was about to have, but in my head better safe than sorry! I’m sharing all my tips and tricks of how I survived India.
After a week in Barcelona chowing down on a lot of seafood and a day of traveling, I was ready for some food, in particular…meat! My friend had made a reservation prior to our arrival, so we had to patiently wait until it was time to eat.
When I asked around for recommendations to my friends who had went on the India trek organised by the Indians in our class, the number one suggestion was definitely to eat at Indian Accent. So of course I grabbed my travel party for a fancy meal with some wine, a nice change of pace from what we had been having in India thus far.
This was my first time in Africa and in a Muslim country and I definitely did a bit of research before jetting off and thought I would share everything I learned and would suggest for those interested in visiting! I had a wonderful time with my friends and have shared my top moments in my photo diary.
I’ve been in a cooking frenzie lately and absolutely loved my experience in Thailand at Silom Cooking School, so of course my friends and I got another lesson in the local cuisine in Morocco! Cafe Clock is both a cafe and cooking school that attracts the foreigner crowd, which was apparently opened by a Brit.
I finished off my 2016-2017 winter holidays and started off the new year with a beach holiday in Phuket, Thailand after spending NYE in Bangkok. There was no way I was going to be in Thailand without some proper beach time, which included some scuba diving, island sight seeing, and of course can’t forget the elephants!
The MBA experience has given me the opportunity to travel the world and experience some amazing memories. Some of these have been schools treks and others have been individually planned trips and I thought I would start a new series of blog posts giving my tips for each destination and my favorite spots I visited. First up, my short but sweet stop in Bangkok, Thailand for New Years!