Too many unfinished drafts! Apparently I have yet to complete writing my adventures in Hong Kong, Bali, Hanoi, Suncheon, Yeosu, Maniwaya Island, and a whole journal on my first Indochina trip waaaaay back 2016! Not exactly current, considering I came from news. Maybe that's why I left haha! So anywaaay, life. It happened. Got a... Continue Reading →
Cuenca, my hometown, is so much more than just a mountain. It's a town filled with friendly people, some of the best lomi you can ever taste in your lifetime, an overwhelming number of bakeshops, and a view that you wouldn't have to hike hours just to see.
E-biking around Angkor Wat is cheap, liberating, safe, and surprisingly easy. It's also a perfect alternative for solo travelers seeking for independence and are on a very tight budget.
Overall, our stay at Armada Resort was the perfect equation for a great weekend: beautiful place, great food, and awesome company. It's a small island but the water is so inviting, you wouldn't mind dipping the whole day. If you're looking for a stunning spot near Manila, you should definitely give it a try.
The time was almost midnight. It was our first night at our bamboo cottage. We looked around and wondered whether the nipa wall could survive an attack. From what, we didn't know. The horror legends are enough to scare us out of our wits. We hear a scream just a few meters behind our cottage.... Continue Reading →
Beaches near Manila? I search for that all the time too. But let's be honest, the good beaches are at least 4 hours away. Luckily for all of us, I found a solution, Shercon Resort & Ecology Park. I'm never one for resorts, at least since I've found love in the sea and the sand... Continue Reading →