The Most Beautiful Place I Have Been

Excuse me, my beautiful lounger! A toast to the lovely new year! My previous blog post was quite some time ago. We've all been incredibly busy with the holiday rush and let alone our workloads! As the new year begins, I wish you the best of luck. If not, know that this, too, shall pass.... Continue Reading →

Best Way to Maintain LDR

More and more individuals are afraid to enter into a meaningful and intimate relationship today, especially if there's a distance at stake. Many marriages are torn apart because of LDR Long-Distance Relationships. And yes! I'll repeat it: marriages. It only shows that formalizing your relationship in paper form is no guarantee of a lasting one—nothing,... Continue Reading →

Top 7 Al Seef Dubai Travel Tips

When visiting Dubai, United Arab Emirates, be sure to stop by the historical district of Al Seef Dubai. Dubai Creek is a prime spot for it. The Arabic word seef means "shore" or "coast." For me, Al Seef Dubai is the epitome of Dubai's evolution from a quaint ancient town to a regal metropolis. Al... Continue Reading →

Pan-Fried Chili Beef Cauliflower

Hey Lounger! Hope you're having an awesomely good day! Beef and cauliflower can go well together, especially when you will add some spice notes to the dish. I enjoy cooking ground beef because it's a versatile and tasty ingredient. Let alone ground beef is a good source of high-quality protein, vitamins, and good minerals. While... Continue Reading →

12-Hours Tour Trip in Georgia

When in Georgia, the Soviet-era vibe is undeniably irresistible, let alone the architecture of buildings that have vintage vibes on them. Georgia has rich historical stories that can inspire us to see our daily lives in a positive light. Hubby and I visited Georgia in June 2022 and took a 12-hour tour to learn more... Continue Reading →

Travel Guide to Kutaisi, Georgia

Kutaisi, Georgia is a lovely natural vibe area and home to the centuries-old Bagrati Cathedral. It's one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities. Kutaisi is the third-most dense city in Georgia and the next most vital city after the capital Tbilisi. You can fly directly from your country to Kutaisi International Airport, also known as David the Builder International Airport. Kutaisi International Airport is located 14 kilometers west of Kutaisi.

A First-Timer’s Travel Guide to Tbilisi, Georgia

Georgia is a haven for those who want to reconnect with nature. Georgia, it turns out, is a beautiful mountainous country located at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Tbilisi is its capital city. Georgian Lari is the currency of Georgia, or simply Lari (GEL). Substantially, you do not need a visa to visit Tbilisi, Georgia, especially if your stay is less than 90 days.

Ambush Tour in Oman

It happened in the year 2016. I went on an ambush tour in Oman in May and August. I was a tourist in the United Arab Emirates and had to change my visa status twice. Previously, if a tourist in the UAE wanted to extend their tourist visa, they had to leave the country and... Continue Reading →

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