My plane continued on with its descent, getting closer and closer to land. As I looked out the window, I thought to myself that I probably won’t be seeing much from my vantage point other than empty land, because Yangon must be a wide city with nothing but dirt roads and cows roaming the streets.… Continue reading Sweat, Smiles, and Shimmer in Yangon, Myanmar
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
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
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
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
The first time I traveled to Vietnam, I chose Hanoi. It was meant to be a short trip, and because Halong Bay is in my Vietnam bucket list, Hanoi was the winner. It didn’t disappoint and I fell in love pretty quickly. The food, the people, the culture…it was all an instant connection I had… Continue reading Ho Chi Minh City, I’m Just Not That Into You
As I awoke with the sound of the airconditioning turning off, I didn’t had to remind myself where I was. I can still feel subtle rocking, though very mildly, it was very clear that I was on a boat. Quickly, the excitement came over me as I scooted my body up reaching for the window.… Continue reading Is Halong Bay Even Worth It?