My trip to Vancouver


Going to Vancouver was a decision I made as soon as I saw I had enough points in my Aeroplan account that  I can’t use in my trip to Asia since I’m eligible to get a free flight only if it’s a round-trip, it was kinda the same way I went to New York last November, I can’t stress enough how travel credit cards reward points pushes you to travel more, since it kills that indecision and hesitation we have before planing a trip. Continue reading


6 things I learned after 6 months into blogging

Before I started this blog I had the chance to meet someone who travels full-time during my trip to California last summer and seeing it first hand-made me believe I can do it as well. As soon as my short trip ended I started looking up ways to make money while travelling, I always knew that rich people accumulate their riches not by exchanging their time for money like how most jobs are, but instead exchanging value  for money. It was simple and clear enough for me and I attacked that concept in every way I could: Continue reading

Planing a trip is overwhelming

Few weeks back I had this question from a friend on Facebook : how is the planning of the trip? I looked at it and I felt the need of hugging the person maybe because it was the first time I actually got asked that exact simple question since I’ve been planing this trip for at least five months, I felt like I wanted to pour in everything to this friend I only talk to from time to time on Facebook, but I managed to squeeze into one sentence : “Its overwhelming actually, No one have asked me that exact question, I can write a book about it” Continue reading