Exploring Han Market! The cheapest clothes at retail store quality you can find in Da Nang, Vietnam.
In this post I’ll explain the entire experience of selling a house online, for sale by owner, comparing alternatives to real estate agents, researching how does Purple Bricks work and my Purple Bricks Reviews. The entire process from placing my home for sale with Purple Bricks to closing in escrow was 50 days and I […]
If you’re flying for 15 hours, you’ll probably want to make yourself comfortable. This is the journey from Los Angeles to Sydney in the Qantas 747 Business Class seats.
I was surprised how expensive hotels are in Dublin. If you’re looking for a place to stay around Dublin city center, expect to pay $250+ per night. That’s just the starting point for hotel pricing, the Radisson Blu Royal Hotel was $400/night…if you used cash. But most importantly, I hope your hotel doesn’t burn to […]
“My Top 10 Life Changing Books” is a pretty bold statement since I got the audiobooks. These are Life Improving Audiobooks.
I booked an actual hotel for the next night after the capsule hotel but in Japan it’s RARE to have early check-in. I got up early and was checked out of the capsule hotel by 07:00. From Osaka, it’s only an hour train ride to Kyoto.
Dublin Airport (DUB) is absolute chaos. From arriving to departing, it’s an airport I’ll definitely avoid in the future when possible.
After arriving in Iceland from Los Angeles, I had 19-hours to kill before arriving continuing to Dublin. The plan: Rent-a-car, hangout in the Blue Lagoon, eat at Habibi, sleep in the car and then go to the airport. Most of that plan failed.
If you’re licensed in the US to drive a vehicle, you can drive in Iceland without any additional paperwork. It seems crazy but you can. Even if you have no idea what the street signs mean and and how “roundabouts” work, you can legally drive a car in Iceland.
Update 2019: Wow Air is no longer in service. Wow! This flight was budget. I got a one-way ticket from Los Angeles to Dublin (with a 19 hour layover in Iceland) for $330. That price included seat selection (7A window seat), priority boarding and a carry-on bag.