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    YourWifi – Overseas Portable WiFi (LOWEST $8/DAY ON EUROPE WIFI MUST NOT MISS)

    You all should know me by now that I enjoy using YourWifi services when I am traveling. I am able to share my travel updates and clear my email on the go thanks to YourWifi. You know it’s hard to find for free wifi network when you are outside. Plus, they are usually unsecured, unreliable and risky. Who knows they may even steal your data when you are using it? Make sure to get yourself a portable Wifi router! What I like about YourWifi is that they provide you with their portable charger so you can recharge when the battery dies. You never have to worry about not having the…

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    #OOTD – Take me to Seoul with Gaston Luga Backpacks

    Classic Navy & Brown backpack from Gaston Luga. Simplistic and elegant, perfect for traveling. The streets of Myeong Dong are one of the popular shopping districts in Seoul. The area will be buzzing with people from noon onwards, beautiful bright lights at night, tons of cosmetic and apparel design stores and great food. Shirt: Uniqlo| Trousers: H&M | Shoe: Skechers | Watch: DW | Bag: Gaston Luga A stroll to Namsan Tower. It was a gorgeous trail. Quote “zhyummy15” on their online store to get 15% off your total purchase! It will be even great as Gaston Luga will ship for you free with additional 20% off as tax reduction after 15% off.…

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    YourWifi with South Korea – Affordable WIFI Connection On The Go

    Why bother looking for free unsecured wifi network connections that are unreliable and risky? Avoid data theft by using YourWifi services when you are traveling! My trip from Seoul, South Korea was amazing. It got even better thanks to YourWifi as I was always connected. Having a portable wifi router was so convenient, I was able to navigate Seoul easily with ease. It is especially great if you travel in big groups too, as you can connect up to five devices with their portable wifi router. They even provide you with portable charger for you to charge if you run out of battery. How thoughtful! Honestly, I’m not really good at Korean.…