Thailand, my favorite country so far, is definitely no off beat path. Its popularity among backpackers isn’t questionable because it’s easy to see why. It attracts not only young millennials, but travel lovers of all ages too. There’s something for everyone, and when that’s the case, crowds and tourists are expected. The thing with Thailand’s… Continue reading Thailand’s Most Famous Tourist Traps And How To Enjoy Them Anyway
Taiwan was a spur of the moment decision. Having been back from London, you can say that I started to get the itch to be somewhere else right away. With Valentines Day coming up and just being away from each other for two months, my husband and I agreed to go on a short vacay… Continue reading A Gluttonous Journey In Taiwan, Asia’s Best Kept Secret
When London is calling, you go. Whether it’s for a quick three day stop on your Eurotrip or a month long extravagant vacay, you just go. London is a huge metropolitan city with a variety of things to do, history to learn, and majestic landmarks to see. Don’t go on a layover and see Big… Continue reading Beyond Buckingham and Big Ben: 10 Awesome Places To See In London
First timers in Taipei usually have one essential thing in mind in the midst of their planning: where is the perfect location to stay? Although we’re all looking for different things and our travel style isn’t the same, we all just want the convenience of the perfect location. In a metropolitan city like Taipei, you… Continue reading WESTGATE Hotel Is The Perfect Hotel In The Heart Of Taipei
Who doesn’t wanna go to Palawan? Anyone who says they’re not interested in world class beaches and otherworldly hidden lagoons must be out of their minds. Palawan is a vast province with numerous islands that offers that and more, but because life is full of unnecessary buzzkill like jobs and financial issue, it’s quite ambitious… Continue reading El Nido vs Coron: Which Palawan Paradise Is Better For You?
Gritty, honest, raw. But I didn’t see it that way at first. Initially, it was everything I thought I would hate. But clearly, travel does something magical to us. For every impoverished streets I’ve seen and for every chaotic crossroads I’ve witnessed, Phnom Penh has unapologetically shown its light to me. Raw and unassuming as… Continue reading Phnom Penh, Cambodia: Finding Beauty Where It’s “Ugly”
There’s always a misconception that you must be made of money if you can afford to travel so much. It’s no exception to Boracay, Philippines’ numero uno party island. If you can come here annually, you must have a little some some in your pocket. Your parents must be rich. Your boyfriend must be whipped.… Continue reading MNL Hostel + Second Wind B&B: Boracay’s Best Budget Friendly Accommodations