12 hours seems so short for all of them yet, I had all the time to get lost. What a day! In the end, I was able to do only less than half of my plans. As I came to reflect on this trip, I can’t help but to ask myself, “Did I really waste my time this time?”. To wrap everything up, here are the things that I learned from getting lost in Hong Kong on a 12-hour layover.
Category: Dear Diary
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Hello, friends! So we finally came to the last part of this travel misadventure series. For this week, the last five epic travel fails will give us a whirlwind of emotions– anxiety, frustration, excitement? I’m pretty sure we’ve all been in the same kind of situation as these bloggers so without further adieu, here is the last set of epic travel fails as told by bloggers from all over the world.
It’s the third week of my Travel Misadventure Series which means that we’re already on the second to the last part of this series. For this week, more bloggers have shared their epic travel fails from last minute visa processing to spending a hefty price for missing a flight.
It’s the second Tuesday of March which means that it’s time for the second part of my Travel Misadventure series. This week we are bound for more epic travel fails as shared by travel bloggers all over the world. Be sure to check out this site for more epic travel fails stories every Tuesday of March. Don’t worry if you missed the first part of this series, I have prepared the link right here. I hope this post has brought good vibes in your day and I hope to see you all in the next part of this travel misadventure series!
Hello there! March is here and I am happy to announce that my domain, msmeetingadventures.com is celebrating its 1st year in the cyberspace. Yey! In line with this celebration, I decided to start a month-long series of epic and funny travel misadventures to give tribute to my first blog post and the birth of Ms. Meeting Adventures. Without further adieu, here’s the first part of this “Travel Misadventure series” featuring travel bloggers all over the world and their epic travel fails.
Before I came to The Netherlands, I already had plans how to make my short stay worthwhile. My schedule the day after I arrived was to visit one of the castles in Netherlands since it was the only time I had where I could fit this agenda. In all honestly, I really didn’t have an idea that you could find a lot of castles across the country. I know that it is famous for its windmills and that’s it! So when I knew about its castles, I thought that I really have to visit one of them. With that, I went to the famous Muiderslot Castle in Muiden.
But first thing’s first, how can I go to this castle from my hotel in Zaltbommel?
Dear Diary, I was 6,587 miles away from home. I almost couldn’t believe the announcement from my manager. At first, I laughed. I couldn’t believe what I heard because it was quite unusual. Most of us will be sent to the United States but not in Netherlands. It took me a few minutes to finally sink in what he just said. I concealed my excitement and went back to my cube. I thought, “If everything goes well, it’ll be my first international and solo travel”.
It’s that day of the week again— the day after a weekend of non-work related fun and adventure. Pretty sure I’m not the only one who feels heavy working on a Monday, right? How we fight to survive through this challenging day varies and sometimes all we need is a little inspiration to kick start our week.
Just a quick update, I am now working! Yey! Corporate life is very different from college life. It’s a fresh start and I’m happy where I am right now. There may have been tough times in adjusting but this too shall pass. Speaking of corporate life, I never knew I’ll be able to try so many things in just a span of two months.