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Wanderlass blog began in 2007 as a mean to update my family and friends during my first solo trip to Europe. As our memory struggles against forgetting, this blog serves as a backup memory of my travels around the world. Please enjoy!

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Recent Posts

Dead Sea Day Trip from Jerusalem

The Dead Sea is one of the world's most curious phenomenon. Located 420 meters below sea level, it's the lowest dry land on Earth. The salinity level, at 30% is 8.6 times saltier than the ocean. This salty lake is bordered between Israel and Jordan. Naturally, it's on...

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O Little Town of Bethlehem – Part 2

And so my taxi pilgrim (with Muslin driver) of Bethlehem began. The following 4 sites are the usual itinerary of people traveling to Bethlehem. If you want to read how I got to West Bank from Jerusalem, click on the link   Shepherds' Field Here at the fertile...

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DIY Day Trip to West Bank, Palestine

How to Get to West Bank from Jerusalem After being overwhelmed in Jerusalem, where Jesus walked on his final days, I decided to take the day trip to Bethlehem.  I found some brochures at the Tourist Center at the Jaffa Gate entrance and I almost book the trip with...

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Trip to Jerusalem

From the sin city of Tel-Aviv I arrived to Jerusalem. There's no mistaking it as the view changed almost 180˚-- from the shortest of shorts to the longest of skirts. The religious men in black suit and white beard walked about are all over. I naturally head over to...

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Resplendently Tel-Aviv

If I'm an Israeli, Tel-Aviv would be my city. It's the city of resplendent women, men, and gays. Picture gorgeous women in shortest shorts and beautiful men with washboard abs. It brings one's testosterone level several notches up just coming to the border.  Even the...

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Hey, I'm Wanderlass! The lass who wanders.

I travel the world on a quest to live a life not ordinary.

In 2011, I went to live my greatest dream of traveling around the world. This epic trip took me to 25 countries across 5 continents for 425 days! Needless to say, the wanderlust did not wane one bit when I came back. I continue to go on trips, albeit shorter ones.

Today, I’ve been to 58 countries & territories on 6 continents. I target to visit countries I’ve never been to; dive new dream destinations; and try new adventures like sailing, skydiving, or stepping on a brand new island.

Come, wander with me!

Where I've Been

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