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?
It’s no secret that Singapore is an expensive country. Considered as one of the world’s most expensive cities, it is without a doubt that Singapore isn’t like its neighboring countries. Accommodations are high, taxi fares are a killer, drinks are a luxury, and shopping is all about the high-ends. But don’t let its reputation impede… Continue reading 5 Free Things To Do In Singapore
Traveling with someone is all fun and games until true colors show. Whether it’s with your bestie, your sister, your significant other, or a stranger, travel will somehow bring you to depths your relationship has never been to before. Unless your idea of travel is an all-inclusive trip, or more like a vacation, (which is fine… Continue reading 5 Important Things To Consider Before Picking A Travel Buddy
Skyscrapers are awesome. Modern architecture leaves me in awe. But nothing, and I mean NOTHING– can take away my odd penchant for old, abandoned buildings and ruins. I have this unexplainable fascination with any worn down structures; houses, temples, schools, hospitals– the creepier it looks, the better. I find beauty in mossy walls and broken… Continue reading Abandoned Resorts On The Beach
My husband and I are very different creatures. I’d like to think that we’re living proofs that opposites do attract and could possibly work out wonderfully. Although we do have plenty of things in common, growing up in different places are bound to create more differences than we probably could notice. While part of my… Continue reading 9 Things That Happen When You Marry A (South) Californian
The beautiful waves of the Indian ocean crushing through the shores, the unique temples, the vibrant colors of the rice fields, and the luxurious private villas are just some of the things that makes Bali stand out as the honeymoon capital of Asia. Attracting not only newlyweds, but also people of all ages from all… Continue reading Bali’n On A Budget– Tips For Your Bali Honeymoon
Our honeymoon was finally coming to end. After a week of exploring Hindu temples, beach hopping, and exploring the island, we wanted to spend our last day just relaxing indoors. Fortunately for us, our timing couldn’t have been more impeccable. I didn’t know until I already booked the tickets about the Balinese new year and… Continue reading Eat, Play, Love: Silent Day (Nyepi) In Bali
After a week of beach hopping and temple runs in the Island of Gods, we were lucky enough to catch the Balinese new year on the final days of our honeymoon. I was aware of the Silent Day when I planned out my honeymoon, but I didn’t really had the time to learn about the festivities… Continue reading A Balinese New Year
What is it about lush sceneries that we, travelers or not, could not get enough of? Even if I’m a self-proclaimed beach person, any form of greenery never fails to put me in such a calming mood. Although I’ve been living in the Philippines and I have seen a few rice terraces before, Tegalalang was… Continue reading Lushing Out in Tegalalang Rice Terraces
One of our first agenda for our last full day OUT in Bali–which happened to fall on the Balinese new year, was the Goa Gajah Temple, also known as the Elephant Cave. We visited quite a few temples during the week, but there was something quite interesting about this archeological site that I had to… Continue reading Where Are The Elephants In Goa Gajah?