The first week of October came, we arrived in Kyushu’s largest city and Japan’s eighth-largest population center, Fukuoka. We were also able to explore Nagasaki and Kumamoto. I’m going to share how I was able to explore Kyushu, Japan with just ¥30,000 (that’s 15,000 PHP or approximately 280 USD).
Annyeong! It has been a year since my last visit to South Korea. It was a memorable trip – traveling solo, experiencing Chuseok, and seeing North Korea from a distance. That trip has stirred my interest to travel alone more — AND if I get to have the chance. Traveling solo is truly liberating. I…
I’ve seen and gotten so many questions from different people about Bali travel but they all asked this same question: “How do you travel around Bali?” It’s pretty simple and easy. Unlike other countries where public transportation is present and readily available, Bali is quite peculiar. Bali does not have trains or metro rails. They…
I never thought I’d fall into a “scam” not until my latest trip to Boracay.
I’m pretty sure one of the deciding factors why you are going to Bali is because of the photos you see online. Most of us are very visual that when we see something artsy and pretty we want to try it too and that’s okay. Who would want to settle for a sketchy spot, right?
Siargao has gained popularity over the years, most especially after Boracay closed down for rehabilitation and after the release of Siargao, the Movie.
I’ve been receiving so much questions about Siargao lately. So here’s something useful!
There was no specific destination. Zambales, Baler, Baguio, Bataan, Ilocos, La Union, these were my options. But my good friend and travel buddy, Mae, was pretty fixed with the idea of going to La Union.
I have one friend who told me to make a blog post on how I take my solo shots during solo travels. So here I am, trying to create a mini guide in taking your perfect solo travel photos.
I was amazed to find more or less 110,000.00 KRW left in my wallet after settling down at Incheon Airport and waiting for my flight back to Cebu. That’s more than 5,000 if converted to Peso.
I strongly feel that I had to write something separate for this particular place – Gapyeong. Is it really possible to see Gapyeong’s best for travelers like me who have limited time and can only spare one full day?
Annyeonghaseyo! I just got back from the land of Kimchis and Oppas! I actually had no idea I was visiting Korea during one of their largest and most important holidays of the year – Chuseok.