The first time I’ve been to Cuiabá was 5 years ago and I thought I was going to die because of the heat 🥵
I thought about writing this post for a long time already. There are so many lessons I learned last year that I found it hard to make a list but I’ll try anyway… So here we go! 🙂
Back in June, when I started my trip in Asia, I thought I wanted the digital nomad lifestyle: working online and traveling at the same time.
If you’re planning to go to Myanmar and you’re wondering how to apply to tourist visa or business visa, you’re in the right place!
This last week has been one of the most stressful weeks since Davidson and I started to travel in Asia.
I had a nervous breakdown today. I cried on the phone while talking to a girlfriend about our experience here in Myanmar. And it turns out that it’s not what Davidson and I were expecting.
We arrived in Ngapali on October 16th. It took me some time to adapt myself to the new environment but I think now it’s getting better and better 🙂 For this blog post, I’m gonna breakdown our daily expenses from October 24th to October 30th. We’re not paying any rent because we work in a hostel in exchange for free accommodation 🙂
After 2 months working at the reception at Sim CityStay in Penang, we got an opportunity to work in 2 hostels in Ngapali as supervisors. Here’s the detail of our trip on October 15th 2016.
On October 15supth/sup, we left Penang to go to Yangon. It was an unexpected trip since we were planning to stay in Malaysia until the end of our 3-month visa (November 7supth/sup).
We were planning to stay in Penang until the end of our 3-month visa in Malaysia, which was November 7supth/sup. But an opportunity to work for 2 months in Myanmar showed up on October 6supth/sup while I was promoting our Marketing class for October 14supth/sup.