Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Local's Secrets (2) : Elizabeth's Vilnius, Lithuania

Vilnius, the capital of Lithuania, is a great city for both families and young creatives/freelancers as the city is affordable and has a few really up-and-coming, hip neighborhoods. 
Vilnius Lithuanian

Saturday, May 28, 2016

86 Most Colorful Cities/ Towns In The World


Being a rainbow-colors addict, it is no surprise that I would sooner or later come out with an ultimate MOST-COLORFUL list for myself. Now, with the help of my fellow Travel-Blogger friends, the list expanded from 40 to 86! How amazing is that! Thus, we are sharing this list with everyone. For those colors-addicts out there, show yourselves! Comment your favorite colorful cities/man-made sites and help me grow the list -- You know, Sharing is Caring! ;)

Friday, May 27, 2016

Bangkok: a 3 days Itinerary

A Journey to Thailand! 
Our very first time of visiting Bangkok had surprisingly brought a lot of fun to us. This is a family trip where we planned our own without joining the tour group! We just looked for the local driver and make the booking online. So we really put lots of effort in searching those places. We really had so much fun and it seemed that spending 5 days 4 nights were ain't enough for us. So now, let the journey begins!

Day 1 (12th Dec 2014):
We're taking evening flight and we arrived Bangkok quite late at night. But this city and the street seems like never fall to sleep so "early" where the street was still so crowd at the 10pm. Just a short distance away from the hotel we stayed,  Centre Point Hotel Pratunam, there were lots of stalls selling  foods along the street. 

Thailand Food
Look at these! Trust me, it tastes so much better than it looks! For me, the bbq salted fish is the best (Top left). I'm not really a big fan of tomyam, but I really like it as it tastes not that spicy (Top right).

Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Edinburgh (/Scotland) Souvenirs Guide

Are you having a hard time deciding on what to buy home from Edinburgh? Although I am not a souvenir buyer, I do have some suggestions that might save you from the gift dilemma syndrome.
image by Heathergems

Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Local's Secrets (1) : Monica's Seville

I am glad that I have Monica from MindfullyTravel.com on the blog today to help kick start the new series 
"Local's Secrets" on Miss Happy Feet. 
She generously shares her secrets about lovely Seville in Spain
Now, without further ado, let's hear her out!  

Seville Olive

Monday, May 23, 2016

The Fudge House, Edinburgh

      With a fabulous list of 27 flavours available, the Fudge House is the perfect place to be whenever I fancy a piece of Fudge. This celebrated Edinburgh shop is located right on the Royal Mile, to be exact, on the Canongate street.Every lovely chunk of fudge is hand made to a traditional secret family recipe since 1949.

Saturday, May 21, 2016

ROYAL MILE : CANONGATE

After passing through the World's End, You will reach the Canongate street, the last stretch of Royal Mile before you finally reach the Holyrood palace.

image frowww.rampantscotland.com
1. Canongate Tolbooth/ The People's Story

As I said earlier, Canongate use to be a seperate Burgh from Edinburgh so the Canongate Tolbooth served as the municipal building, court and prison for the Burgh of Canongate. It had then become a historical landmark for the Old town of Edinburgh.
The People's Story is a Free attraction, located within the tolbooth. It showcase the lives of Edinburgh's ordinary citizen from the late 18th century until today.



Thursday, May 19, 2016

ROYAL MILE: HIGH STREET

High street is perhaps the most popular and perhaps the most popular part of the Royal Mile. It is always buzzing with crowds, restaurants, cafe, souvenir shops everywhere, so much to see and do!
image taken from darrow.org.uk

Sunday, May 15, 2016

ROYAL MILE: CASTLEHILL

Image from www.flickriver.com
Lets go from the start. Always start your one mile walk down from the Castle because going downhill is a lot easier than going uphill. Unless you want to burn more calories, of course. 

Friday, May 13, 2016

Italy: Italy for "Nature Person"

Capri, courtesy of www.ulissedeluxe.com
Are you a City person, Nature person or a Small Town person? If you are a nature person,check out this little list I have here that may blow your mind.

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

France: dessert bucket-list.


In France, you will never find yourself short of perfect desserts to end a good meal. The only thing you have to worry about is the calories.

Monday, May 9, 2016

France: A beginner's guide to French Cuisine


France -- the land of wine and cheese. Even if you don't drink wine of eat cheese, you will never ever starve in France. In fact, you will be spoilt with choices.

Saturday, May 7, 2016

Italy: 15 most beautiful cities/towns you should not miss on your next trip to Italy

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Italy is famous for its delicious cuisine, culture, language, architecture and so much more. The moment you land in Italy, your options are endless. No matter you are heading north to Milan or south to Sicily, there is surely something/somewhere that can easily take your breath away. Here is 15 cities/ towns you should never miss on your next trip to Italy.  

Thursday, May 5, 2016

France: 13 must-try Pastries

No one beats France when it comes to pastries. The first thing I did after I bought my flight ticket to Paris, was, guess what: googling about French pastries.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

The Night I Took Advice From An Ex-Prisoner // How I Started Blogging


It was pitch black, a night without moon. The bus station was closing so a staff walked me down the paved path and showed me a waiting place with a dim light. I waited there alone for 20 long minutes, cursing the fact that I am the only passenger waiting for a night bus to Atlanta, until I saw another soul across the street on the bench under the streetlight. I decided that it was wise for me to join him, as I recognized him from the bus station just now, asking for a cellphone to call his family out of town.