Recently, Conde Nast Traveler just announced three islands of the Philippines as the best in the world, as voted by readers. It’s not the first time the pristine beaches of the Philippines have been recognized though. This tropical archipelago has garnered so many recognitions over the last few years that it instantly became any traveler’s… Continue reading Should You Go To The Philippines For Your Honeymoon?
I’m not entirely a pro, so apologies for the semi-misleading title. But, I’ve had my fair share of endless waterfall adventures. I chase waterfalls enough that waterfalls actually reminds my friends and family of me. Besides from being tagged by them on anything mermaid related posts on social media, apparently, waterfalls has somehow become my… Continue reading 10 Tips On How To Be A Pro At Chasing Waterfalls
I don’t know about you, but when I go to a world renowned place filled with hundreds of tourists from all over the planet, it’s a little hard to fully indulge in the moment. And well, despite many reasons, most people come to Siem Reap for one purpose, which is as you’ve guessed, their glorious… Continue reading How To Make Your Temple Hopping Experience In Siem Reap Spiritual And Meaningful
With all the beautiful things that comes with traveling, there comes the ugly side of it too. Not that it would ever stop us from going, but travel isn’t always rainbows and butterflies. No matter how invincible we feel when we’re out exploring the wild, sometimes, our body can only handle so much and it… Continue reading 10 Most Common Traveling Illnesses (And How To Avoid Them)
As promised on my last post, I will be writing a short guide on spelunking in Sumaguing Cave for first timers. I just think that it’s nice to know what to expect from our adventures sometimes. I’m a meticulous planner and I believe that certain activities needs a little bit of preparation especially if you’re… Continue reading A First Timer’s Guide To Spelunking In Sumaguing Cave, Sagada
Until recently, one of the downsides of the Philippines is the lack of youth hostels. Although it’s not very difficult to find budget accommodations, hostels are quite a novelty in the archipelago’s tourism biz. And as a frequent solo traveler, I do seek the comfort of hostels because it’s not only more affordable, but it’s… Continue reading Not Your Typical Backpacker Hostel: The Circle Hostel Is Everything
Packing smart is a skill to be acquired. I personally think it’s not something you can master overnight. It takes years of travel and a number of trials and errors before perfecting the art. But whether you’re the most gifted packer or not, there are some items laying around at home that you tend to… Continue reading 10 Things You’re Not Packing That You Definitely Should