1.) It’s a part of Bali. I was under the impression that Bali is just one big island so I was very surprised to learn that Nusa Penida is actually a part of the province, together with the other smaller islands (Nusa Lembongan and Nusa Ceningan). But although Nusa Penida is just one short ferry… Continue reading 10 Things You Need To Know About Nusa Penida
I’m not proud of saying this, but as you’ve noticed, I haven’t been sharing so much content on my blog lately. At least for the last couple of months. I just didn’t feel creative, and the juices just weren’t coming. I was feeling a bit uninspired and unmotivated, so instead of forcing myself to write… Continue reading Your Guide To El Nido, Palawan: Instagram Edition (Tour A)
I was turning 30 in one of the loveliest islands of the Philippines. I had a beautiful AirBnB booked, island hopping plans to bask in the gorgeous sun, a travel buddy from Australia coming to meet me, and a whole lot of adventure laid out for myself. It was the perfect birthday week planned out… Continue reading Siargao Guide For The Young And The Lonely
Four days in the islands of the Gilis in Lombok was as lovely as it could get. It was everything I needed– the sun, sand, salt, and the complete island life experience. It was marvelous, but I was ready for Bali. It’s been three years since I was in the island where almost everyone I… Continue reading Going Full Indonesian At Hotel Tugu Bali
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
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?
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
Though it’s slowly gaining its recognition, Antique still is the epitome of a hidden gem. An offbeat path. A province that I don’t even want people to know about but at the same it’s given me such a lovely experience that I couldn’t wait to tell the world about it. Quickly, in just two days,… Continue reading There’s A Mini Bali In The Philippines You Don’t Know About Yet
Siquijor (see-kee-whore) isn’t for the basic traveler. Despite intimidating tourists with its reputation on dark magic and witches, it’s also an island that takes courage to travel to. But if you’re considering it, then you must have heard that the true magic of the island isn’t found within the abode of the witches, but instead,… Continue reading The Quick And Painless Guide To Siquijor
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?