Bojo River Cruise Aloguinsan, Cebu

Located in the Southern part of Cebu in the quite town of Aloguinsan is a tranquil under rated paradise. Boho River is a protected site that implements strict rules on conservation of the mangroves and marine ecosystem. With the joint effort of the community and the local government, Bojo River Cruise has gained local and…

A Visit to Wat Rong Khun (The White Temple) of Chiang Rai, Thailand

It is always a fascinating experience to witness a different culture showcasing the uniqueness of its identity. Thailand is one of the countries that I am always at awe. And aside from it is my favorite country to date, I think I will never get tired of its beauty. The beautiful people, the rich culture,…

Travel Guide Taiwan: How to Get to Juifen from Taipei

Why do you need to visit Juifen? Juifen was once a prosperous mining location. From the top of the mountain, it is overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Its quaint streets and tea houses are some of the main tourist attractions these days. It has also inspired movie makers to create movies based on the Jiufen’s location…

Meeting the Karen (Long Neck) and Akha People of Northern Thailand

The Karen People Originally from Myanmar, formerly known as Burma, the Karen Tribe is known to have a very unique custom which marked as the tribe’s identity. As young as 5 years old, girls start to wear brass rings around their necks, arms and shin. As they get older, the coil gets heavier and more…

Other Activities To Do in Kuta Beach, Bali Aside From Surfing

Kite Flying If you like to do something that has less physical activity, kite flying is one of the options. There are plenty of colorful kites available in different sizes for sale. You can find plenty of small stores selling one around the area. Prices depend on the size. Beach Soccer Football for the Europeans!…

A Day in the Ancient City of Pingyao, China

Located in Shanxi Province,  715km southwest of Being, Pingyao is one of the many ancient cities that is worth the experience. The ancient city holds a history that dates back more than 2500 years old. Its amazing contribution to history with its well-preserved city walls and as the financial center of China during the late…

Dubai: A Quick Travel Guide

Dubai has been a haven for job seekers from the Philippines. Numerous agencies in the Philippines cater job applications to Dubai. Almost 21.3% (2016 data) of the population in Dubai are Filipinos. You will never get lonely in Dubai when traveling alone.  If you are planning to take a trip for leisure or visit your friends, here…

A Brief Guide To Cork, Ireland

Cork can be a wonderful place to either start or finish a tour of Ireland. It’s the most noteworthy city near the southern tip of the country, and thus marks a nice start or end point on a road trip that can take you through some of the region’s most beautiful and interesting areas. Alongside…

Part 2 – Pamukkale and Hierapolis Ancient City

During my trip, the day started bright and sunny but eventually it turned gloomy with gustily showers in the afternoon. I paused for a while and took refuge at a gardener’s shade to keep myself dry. The rain was heavy and was not seizing so I initiated a conversation with the gardener who I personally…

Moalboal, Cebu: Basdaku and Pescador Island

Spontaneous unplanned trips are always the best. The adrenaline rush of going somewhere random by impulse is a perfect weekend getaway. It was a gloomy afternoon, the streets were damp from the rain the evening before, however, it didn’t stop us from hopping into a bus to Moalboal to spend a day at the beach….

Maravilla Beach Resort, Tabuelan, Cebu

I did a random road trip that accidentally ended in Tabuelan. I was hoping to go farther, (Tabuelan was not my destination) however, since I had limited travel time, I decided to spend my weekend in that small town. Located in the Northern Part of Cebu, a 3-hour drive away from Cebu City, Tabuelan is a…

Part 1 – Pamukkale and Hierapolis Ancient City

Pamukkale is a town in Denizli city of Turkey. The name comes from two Turkish words; “Pamuk” and “Kale” which means cotton and castle. So basically it means castle made of cotton. This is not an imaginary name after all. It is named after a unique natural phenomenon; the abundance of hot springs rich in…