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.
Just so you don’t have to scroll down so much and end up saying “I wasted my time reading this article”, here’s a quick peek at my situation. My visa application requirements are not entirely complete. Yes, I think you know what I mean.
This post is long overdue. Just this year, my hard drive got corrupted and all my files were deleted. Yes, you read it right. All my travel photos from the beginning, gone! I was heartbroken!
As much as I prefer to travel during the colder months, there are just times when my impulsive self books a ticket to a place warmer than my own country. Last month, my friend and I decided to book tickets to the fragrant harbour, Hong Kong. Unlike the Philippines, Hong Kong has three seasons (based…
Every time I travel, I make it a point to capture the experience through my photos. It’s the best “keepsake” I can take home with me. I love looking back at old photos and remembering how it was like when I visited the place, how the food tasted, or how awesome my travel buddies were.
Last February, I went back to one of my favorite islands in the Philippines – Siargao. It has changed in so many ways since the first time I have set foot on the island. I still have that great amount of love towards it but it’s really getting tighter as days go by.
As I was searching for places to see and things to try in Taiwan, I came across Amazing Guandu. The 2017 Amazing Guandu is a flower festival which aims to promote the Summer Universiade of Taiwan while simultaneously beautifying the city. I was fascinated so I included it in our Taiwan Itinerary. Also read: DIY Trips:…
In all honesty, Taiwan has never been on top of my ‘countries to visit’ list. But with the advent of technology and modern advertising, I have come to discover Taiwan’s distinct beauty.
I find this ‘topic’ subjective that’s why it took me so long to decide whether I’m going to write about it or not. By now, a lot of people have been sharing their experiences in Cebu. As what most travel blogs say “Do as the locals do”. So I’ll try my very best to help you plan your next Cebu trip by listing stops and places that you MUST check out.
Applying for any travel visa can be intimidating. I have known many people who withheld their travel plans just because they’re scared they’d get denied. I know the feeling, especially when I applied for my Australian visa.
Disclaimer: This post may not be applicable to all travelers. For those who prefer doing their own itineraries, this write-up might be of some use to you. I just thought of sharing how I do my itineraries.
This idea came to me after I woke up one morning and I read someone comment on how I do my traveling. To be able to travel is a privilege, not everyone can do it. It is possible for everyone but there are plenty of factors to consider which can make or break anybody’s travel…