Erb Spa, a sanctuary on Charoen Krung

I didn't know when it started, but for many years I have turned into a dedicated spa person. Blame it on the the millennial stereotype (experience-oriented) and office syndrome and aromatic buff, spas are my go-to places when I need to unwind, and I'm so blessed to live in Thailand where spas can be found … Continue reading Erb Spa, a sanctuary on Charoen Krung

On Van Gogh

What are your travel souvenirs? Apart from poscards and postal stamps, I find myself buying a bracelet almost every time I travel. It's my favorite accessory since I was young (always got caught when playing hide and seek because of its jingling sounds) until today, and most of them are keepsakes reminding me of the … Continue reading On Van Gogh

Cocoscape at Santiburi Samui

It's amazing how nurture has shaped you. After telling myself that I'm not a jungle type, but day after day it became more evident that I like to be surrounded by trees. The darker the shades, the better. It might be because I grew up like that. My jumanji-like garden home is filled with every … Continue reading Cocoscape at Santiburi Samui

Nanjing Tulou, Fujian Province

I have to admit. Although I really want to go to see the terracotta soldiers at Xi'An so bad,   China is not my obvious choice when it comes to traveling. Its true that I like ancient civilizations, but due to some reasons (esp. the language barriers),  I never think of going there by myself. … Continue reading Nanjing Tulou, Fujian Province

Simply Italian at Nonna Nella by Lenzi

When it comes to comfort food, apart from Thai food, it's always Italian, especially pizza and pasta with tomato sauce. So when I heard that there's a new Italian restaurant located like 500 meters away from my office, of course I checked it out. Open for less than a month, Nonna Nella by Lenzi was … Continue reading Simply Italian at Nonna Nella by Lenzi