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?
Here’s a fact: I grew up in Las Vegas, Nevada– 4 hours away from the original Disneyland in Anaheim, but I’ve never once been there. I even spent a summer down in Anaheim once, but sadly, I was never able to experience the happiest place on Earth. My husband (boyfriend then), Derick, who is a… Continue reading Making Magic In Disneyland Hong Kong
It seems that these days, one of the most popular things to do in Thailand is to ride an elephant. I mean, how authentic does that sound, right? You sitting on a saddle on the back of beautiful gentle animal, going for a stroll in the lush tropical jungle in an exotic land. Now that… Continue reading I Rode An Elephant And I’m Not Proud Of It
This article was first published in Thought Catalog, but written by yours truly. If you like my blog, follow me and let’s get in touch on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! There’s love of travel, and then there’s chronic wanderlust. It’s a drug and a disease all at the same time. It only spreads bigger as… Continue reading 20 Signs To Diagnose Chronic Wanderlust
After living practically next to the world’s smallest volcano for two years already, I thought it was about time to drag my husband and let him see it up close and personal. The first time I hiked the volcano was on a trip with my step dad when I was 12 years old. I contemplated… Continue reading Hiking The World’s Smallest Active Volcano