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…

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 Visit To The 1500-Year Old Yungang Grottoes of Datong, China

It was a chilly morning when I arrived early at Datong Train Station. It was my next stop after my Beijing experience. At 5:00 AM, the streets of Datong were still deserted except for few early risers. I waited for the rest of the city to wake up before I started my itinerary for the…

Apo Island Sea Turtles Adventure

It’s summer! I couldn’t be more excited than to travel and enjoy the sun. The Philippines being composed of 7500 islands (updated), I have plenty of options where I want myself tanned. Apo Island highlighted my curiosity when I  learned that the island is inhabited by sea turtles.  Yes, sea turtles and you can swim…

The Gieshas and Maikos of Kyoto

She painted her face full white and put on some red lipstick, black and red accents on her eyes and eyebrows. She has the most sophisticated Shimada hairstyle with a beautifully ornamented hair comb, a simple wig, and hairpins. A beautiful black with red prints silk kimono was her choice for the night. The kimono…

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,…

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…

Day 2 – Walking Tour: Budapest, Hungary

On the other side of the river is a park, opposite to it is the Four Seasons Hotel. From Buda, a walk towards Pest has an incredible view . Once you arrive at the other side of the city ( Pest ) allow yourself some time to admire the Buda Castle and the hill from afar, especially at night…

Day 1 – Walking Tour: Budapest, Hungary

This old city is the capital of Hungary. Until 1873, Buda and Pest were two individual cities separated by the Danube River. Since the merge, Budapest is the biggest city in the country and one of the biggest in Europe with a population of 3.3 million. Upon arrival in the city by plane, take a…