Japan Winter Trip

Konnichiwa. I made it to “The Land of the Rising Sun”, Japan. Fun fact, I’ve learned from the internet that the reason why Japan is called “The Land of The Rising Sun” is because in China, it appears that the sun rises from the direction of Japan and that the Japanese people call their country “Nippon” or “Nihon” which translates to “The Source of the

September 17th, 2017|Japan, Travels|0 Comments

Lay Over in Taipei, Taiwan

During my trip to Japan last February, I decided to transit through Taipei because the airfare would be a lot cheaper compared to if I fly directly to Osaka, Japan. Also, that would mean another stamp on my passport. Yay!! I stayed in Taipei for 2 days and 1 night.

VISA/ROC – TAIWAN TRAVEL AUTHORIZATION CERTIFICATE

Filipino passport holder can now enter Taiwan Visa Free by applying

August 31st, 2017|Taiwan, Travels|0 Comments

Exploring Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Visiting Angkor Wat in Siem Reap Cambodia is probably in most travelers bucket-list including myself. So, when I was planning my route when I purchased my Air Asia Asean Pass (Click here for the Blog) I made sure Siem Reap, Cambodia will be included. Because I was not able to get a flight from Penang, Malaysia to Siem Reap, Cambodia or I was trying to

July 23rd, 2017|Cambodia, Travels|0 Comments

SONGKRAN FESTIVAL : A Wet & Wild Affair

Songkran, also known as the Thai New Year’s Festival which is more popularly know as the water festival was held every 13th of April every year all over Thailand. I’ve experienced the festival last April 2017 in Bangkok and I must say, it was everything I expected it to be. It was CRAZY, it was WET, it was WILD and definitely FUN.

Imagine tens of thousand

June 18th, 2017|Thailand, Travels|0 Comments

The Street Art of George Town, Penang Malaysia

Probably one of the reason why most tourist, including myself, wanted to visit Penang is to see George Town street art. Why? The street is cute and so instagramable.

In 2012, Penang Muncipal council commissioned Ernest Zacharevic to paint a series of public murals for the George Town Festival. Since then, George Town gained its status as a street art hub. The artist combines objects such

May 7th, 2017|Malaysia, Travels|0 Comments

MY AIR ASIA ASEAN PASS EXPERIENCE

Before the holidays, I purchased an AIR ASIA ASEAN PASS. At first, I thought it was a very good deal considering I only paid Php 7,200.00 plus the travel tax for a 10 Credits Travel Pass which I can use to explore 70 Destinations across ASEAN, until I started to make my first booking, THE FLIGHTS ARE NOT AVAILABLE!!! Lol
But of course, giving up is

January 15th, 2017|Cambodia, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Travels|0 Comments

Escape on a Horseback

One thing I have had on my bucket list is to gallop a horse across an open field. I am close enough to ticking it off from my bucket list one weekend at EL Kabayo Stables in Subic. I said close enough because as soon as the horse run, I started to panic and pull back the reins to make the horse stop.Lol

Let me tell

December 24th, 2016|Philippines, Travels, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Side trip at Minalungao National Park

After attending a birthday party in Nueva Ecija, we decided to visit Minalungao National Park. The park covers an area of 2,018 hectares located in the Municipality of General Tinio, Nueva Ecija in Central Luzon. The main attraction there is the scenic Penaranda River bordered on both sides by a up to 16-meter high limestone.

GETTING THERE
If you are coming from Manila, you may take a

September 13th, 2016|Philippines, Travels|0 Comments

Beach & Booze

My recent trip to Phuket is one of those trips that doesn’t give me inspiration to blog about. I mean, what can you write about a trip when you did nothing but go to the beach, get drunk and then go out at night and get drunk right? #sunogbaga Lol. That is my itinerary, it’s not really good for your health. On the bright side,

August 28th, 2016|Thailand, Travels|0 Comments

Mount Pulag

I have been wanting to climb Mt. Pulag ever since I saw photos of the sea of clouds. The problem is, I am not a hiker. Knowing that Mt. Pulag is the third highest mountain in the Philippines at 2,922 masl (Meters Above Sea Level) with a temperature that could drop to zero degree Celsius, I was hesitant to go on a climb. Until a friend

August 7th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments