Gaudi’s Park Güell, Barcelona

The masterpieces of Antoni Gaudi are all over the city of Barcelona. The legendary Spanish Catalan architect’s distinctive architectural style was greatly influenced by the organic forms of nature – no straight lines or sharp corners, a lot of curves. In other words, it’s timeless.

One of the main draws for visitors to Barcelona is […]

By |February 27th, 2013|Barcelona, Spain|0 Comments

Born this way

During our week long stay in Barcelona, we checked in two apartments that are sponsored by, where you can browse through thousands of modern private apartments, dream homes and accommodation and make online booking. The first one located near Arc de Trionf Train (Renfe) Station is a stylish penthouse overlooking stunning city and mountain views. […]

By |March 28th, 2012|Barcelona, Spain|2 Comments

A unique stay in Barcelona thru’


Stop being a tourist. Feel at home in the world.
I was motivated by the tagline on Often, people yearn to travel like a local, stay in local homes and unique apartments, hangout where the locals go and appreciate the day-to-day activities like one of them.

It may seem difficult to find that dream vacation […]

By |January 22nd, 2012|Barcelona, Europe, Spain|4 Comments

Christmas @ Barcelona, Spain

We wish you a Fun-Filled Christmas and Happy 2012!

Have you been to Barcelona before? We were there last month when Christmas lights and decorations embellished the city centre, adding joy to the festive season. Not forgetting of course the Christmas markets. As we weaved through charming alleys and historic buildings, we came across a […]

By |December 24th, 2011|Barcelona, Spain|6 Comments

Christmas in Santaland #Finland

A couple of months ago, Jacky was on board Angry Birds Finnair for their longest ever flight from Helsinki to Singapore.

Recently, I had the travel opportunity to fly to Barcelona, Spain and layover in Helsinki via Finnair. The daily direct flight from Singapore to Helsinki only takes 11 hr 30 min – the fastest […]

By |December 19th, 2011|Finland, Helsinki|3 Comments

Finnair Angry Birds

What do Finnair and Angry Birds have in common? For sure, many would know Finnair is the largest airline of Finland, but few would know that Angry Birds, the most popular iOS game ever, is developed by a Finnish company, Rovio Mobile. Thanks to Finnair, TravelerFolio (Jacky) is honored to be onboard the historical Finnair […]

By |November 2nd, 2011|Europe, Finland, Helsinki|2 Comments

Fly with the Angry Birds on Finnair to Helsinki

Are you a Fan of Angry Birds?
Want to board the first-ever fully customised Angry Birds style Finnair flight to Helsinki, Finland?

Now you have the chance to fly with the Angry Birds – service and entertainment on board the flight will be in Angry Birds style.

How to WIN a return ticket to Helsinki on Angry […]

By |September 10th, 2011|Angry Birds, Finland, Good Stuff, Helsinki, Press Releases|3 Comments

Catacombs & Sightseeing in Rome

30 Sep 08: Finally, some kind soul told me that this place is called Cappuccini. I googled about it and I am pretty sure that the full name is Santa Maria della Concezione dei Cappuccini.

Hi Friends! This is one of the 3 posts that is submitted for the nomination of Best Photo Blog category […]

By |July 6th, 2008|Europe, Italy, Rome|49 Comments

The Paradise behind our resort in Austria

Hi Friends! This is one of the 3 posts that is submitted for the nomination of Best Photo Blog category by OMY Singapore Blog Awards. I must hereby THANK the panel of judges from OMY’s editorial team for selecting as one of the top ten finalists in the Photo Blog category.

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By |July 3rd, 2008|Austria, Europe, Schladming|18 Comments

Backpacking Europe

We backpacked around Europe in May 2003 for about a month. It was Spring, nice weather, less touristy, better rates and longer opening hours for sightseeing. We visited France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Czech Republic and Italy.
We flew with Qantas, from Singapore to Paris. The air ticket was really a good bargain in 2003 – […]

By |February 28th, 2008|Europe|0 Comments