Often nicknamed The Last Frontier, Balabac is a heaven on earth is located in the south-westernmost point of the Philippines in the province of Palawan.
Looking for a place to stay in Siquijor? Located in the town of San Juan, White Villas Resort is a small and laid back resort perfect for couples, families, and groups.
An overview of where we went, where we stayed, and what we did during our 12-day Southeast Asia trip. Plus some tips for families traveling with toddlers!
Dogs, just like their human, are sometimes abandoned and neglected too. Mama’s Cradle Sanctuary in Laguna was built to care for these man’s bestfriends.
From Indonesia, to Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand, and Malaysia, here are stories and tips on traveling with a toddler and the whole family.
My 101% confidence level was at an all-time high when I thought I wouldn’t have any problems with my visa application for our company trip to Barcelona this year. Imagine how bummed I became after receiving a Schengen visa refusal letter from the Spanish consulate along with my no-visa-attached passport a couple of weeks after my application. OVERLY OPTIMISTIC Truth be told, leaving the corporate world, which has became my life for a decade, to be a work-from-home mom is one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life. All the universe also conspired after I landed a job with Analytics Fire—a US-based software engineering company—as an Operations Specialist. Barely two months after getting hired, I was informed by my manager that I […]
Surfing in Siargao and other adventure-filled things to do in the surfing capital of the Philippines for all kinds of travelers that do not cost an arm and a leg.
I lived in Quezon City for a significant number of years and I didn’t know that there are a few other things you can do around the city aside from the usual tour in the Quezon Memorial Circle or food crawling in Maginhawa Street until recently. So, if you have nothing to do this weekend and you’re just residing in or near Kyusi, why not visit the following spots as a cheap alternative for an out-of-town trip.
For the longest time, I was hesitant to go to Indonesia because of two things: Chyng Reyes’ horrific experience at the immigration and the country’s Islamic extremism. But then learning from our Singapore trip that opinions can’t always be right and besides the fact that Rowjie had been wanting to experience Indonesia, I finally shrugged off my uncertainties and booked tickets to their surf paradise that is Bali.
When you only have a few hours to experience one of the saddest countries in the world, you won’t really be lonely at all. You have time and pressure as your company. And though I only spent a day in Singapore (SG), there were just so many happy things that I won’t forget about this first world country (however you define first world).