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?
Irish luck? Yeah right. I hate the word luck. I feel like the term has been used so loosely that it almost seems like an excuse for anything– good or bad. I still do believe that there are circumstances that does require a bit of luck though, and that’s why when I went to Ireland,… Continue reading I Hid At The Back Of A Tour Bus To Northern Ireland Because I Left My Passport
London… Oh, London. This isn’t the first time I’m saying this, but here’s a fact: I’ve never felt so connected to a city as I do with London. I’ve lived in different places, but none of them really ever gave me that “home” type of belongingness. The cities I’ve visited and loved were special, but… Continue reading London For First Timers: Basic Things You’d Want To Know
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
Bangkok is a city that never fails to surprise me. Just when you think you’ve seen the best of her, she’ll quickly surprise you with something even more novel. By far my favorite city, it’s a little apprehending to think that after quite a few visits, I still haven’t seen it all. Though I’ve been… Continue reading There’s An Airplane Graveyard In The Middle Of Bangkok And It’s Cool AF
Myanmar, of all Southeast Asian countries, is the least basic of them all. Having only been open for tourism for several years, this beautiful country nestled between Thailand and India remains to be one of the very few untouched and lesser known places to visit in the region. Everyone who’s been there raves about it,… Continue reading Myanmar Travel, Tips, And Truths
Macau is a special place to me. It wasn’t specifically the place itself that it became an essential part of my life– and dreams, for that matter. It wasn’t like I felt a surge of connection with the city either. Macau, considered as Asia’s Las Vegas (although I roll my eyes at that), to me,… Continue reading A Simple Guide To Macau