Weekly Photo Challenge: Danger!

via Photo Challenge: Danger! I had one of the most memorable trips this year. Last March, I went to Buscalan in Kalinga. It is one of the places that composed the Philippines Mountain Province. It was a 15-16 hours drive from the capital city, Manila. The purpose of our overwhelming trip was to meet one…

Travelers of the Day: Micheal and Emily

Road trips… Backpacking adventures… Random travels… Whatever… Wherever…. as long as we are together. We Love What We Are Doing! Seven years and counting! Our relationship goals not only made us closer and love each other but, we were able to explore our beautiful country in a shoestring budget. We are an ordinary couple in…

Backpacking Kyoto, Japan 3D – 4N Itinerary

Kyoto was the capital of ancient Japan for more than one thousand years and presently remained as the Capital of Kyoto Prefecture in the Kansai region. It is a known place to experience the old Japanese traditions which are shrouding around the atmosphere of the old city. A thousand-year old culture, beautiful Zen temples, gardens, shrines,…

Travel Guide: Camotes Island, Cebu

Known as the “Lost Horizon” of the south, the beauty of Camotes Island has been one of the top tourist destinations in the Philippines. Located in the east of Cebu, it’s a secluded island away from the stress of the city which is a perfect destination to unwind. How to get there: If you are…

Resort Review: Santiago Bay Garden and Resort

It was a mesmerizing experience when I first set foot in Santiago Bay Garden and Resort. Truthfully, it is one of the best resorts I have been and I guess some of you would agree with me. It’s located on the top of the hill overlooking the horizon. It’s like a piece of paradise on…

I Am A Woman, I Travel Alone, You Should Too Because…

You’re not a slave of routine. When your alarm clock rings, you need to get up and prepare yourself for work regardless of how you feel. When you get to work, you meet the same people every single day. You talk to the same people or eat the same food in the pantry. Get out…

A Backpacker’s Guide to Alona Beach, Panglao, Bohol

How to Get There: Tagbilaran is the gateway to Bohol. Direct flights from Manila are available daily. If you are not traveling from Manila or Cebu please check flight availability of your preferred airline. By Plane: From Manila Cebu Pacific, Airasia and Philippine Airline fly to Tagbilaran regularly. Please check website for exact flight schedules and fares….

Traveler of the Day: Aibek Rustia

They say, “Take every chance you get in life, because some things only happen once”. Some says, “In the end, we only regret the chances we didn’t take.” These are the words that awaken the courage in me. It ignited the passion inside me to explore the world fearlessly and to experience life to the…

A Quick Travel Guide: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

I consider Kuala Lumpur as a gateway of my travel world.  This is since I have discovered that traveling and connecting flights around Asia is cheapest from Malaysia. AirAisa, the largest low-cost airline in Malaysia is based in Kuala Lumpur. They have regular domestic and international flights connecting 27 countries around Asia and expanding to Australia….

Weekly Photo Challenge: Wanderlust

Wanderlust There is place in the Philippines that some locals are terrified to visit. It was called Isla de Fuego or Island of Fire by the Spaniards during their occupation. Thousands of fireflies used to inhabit the island making the island glow every night. When the Spaniards left, the locals call it Siquijor. For years,  Siquijor…

Jiufen: The Real Spirited Away

Hi. Excuse me, sir. What train should I take to Jiufen? I was standing in the middle of the crowded Taipei Main Station during a rush hour. Everything was written in Chinese, I wasn’t prepared for it since I went to Taipei without an itinerary (which I usually do when I travel) but I was…

Traveler of the Day – Mitchay

At first, It ravel to witness astonishing sceneries and experience breathtaking adventures, however, as i go along with the journey, I get to know the real essence of my expedition which is to understand and capture the real beauty of life like a domesticated animal unleashed to the wild and devours everything that sees it….