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Jaclynn Seah
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Want to see scuba dive and see some weird tiny critters? Head to Anilao in the Philippines! My experience and review of Crystal Blue Resort.
Want to see scuba dive and see some weird tiny critters? Head to Anilao in the Philippines! My experience and review of Crystal Blue Resort.
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Catch the sunrise over this hidden gem in Flores - Kelimutu's tri-coloured crater lakes are a sight to behold and frankly, not difficult to get to!
Catch the sunrise over this hidden gem in Flores – Kelimutu’s tri-coloured crater lakes are a sight to behold and frankly, not difficult to get to!
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Earning miles from your credit card spend is common enough, but earning miles by saving money? Let's review the Standard Chartered SGD Miles Time Deposit for the traveller.
Earning miles from your credit card spend is common enough, but earning miles by saving money? Let’s review the Standard Chartered SGD Miles Time Deposit for the traveller.
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5 months into my career break - looking at how long term travel has changed some of my travel perspectives and an update on where I've been on this Europe leg so far!
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My first ever print article published and it's about one of my favourite things - street art!
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Soak up the tranquility of Danau Ranau, the second largest volcanic lake in South Sumatra.
Soak up the tranquility of Danau Ranau, the second largest volcanic lake in South Sumatra.
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Plan your next long weekend getaway to Flores to see Komodo dragons - here's a detailed guide complete with itinerary suggestions and cost breakdown.
Plan your next long weekend getaway to Flores to see Komodo dragons – here’s a detailed guide complete with itinerary suggestions and cost breakdown.
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Not a premier league football fan? Manchester's Northern Quarter is an upcoming area that has lots of great street art by local and international artists on its walls - here's a guide to help you hunt them down.
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Going on safari in Kenya and witnessing a NatGeo moment on the Maasai Mara plains of Kenya
Going on safari in Kenya and witnessing a NatGeo moment on the Maasai Mara plains of Kenya
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Capture an awesome leap in that picturesque place on your next holiday... even if you are by your lonesome- here's how I take jumpshots when I travel solo
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Searching for street art and murals in SFO's famous Mission District and more!
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Ticking off the tourist checklist for San Francisco - what is essential, and what can you afford to skip?
Ticking off the tourist checklist for San Francisco – what is essential, and what can you afford to skip?
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Occasionally Travelling, Always Inspiring
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Jac is The Occasional Traveller, just an ordinary Singaporean girl with a full-time day job who loves to travel, and started this site to encourage fellow deskbound wanderlusters like herself to remember to take that time off and get away, even as they labour away in their daily lives. She is always looking forward to that next trip!
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