Japan II: A day with the deer

Can somebody please explain to me why people find a deer lovely? Yes, they are cute. They are also lovely to look at and you can see the kindness in their eyes. But for a wild animal, they can attack, bite, and harass you. Not as lovely as you thought, right? We took a trip…

Japan II: My first snow experience

One on my life goals is to experience snow. And I have been dreaming about it ever since I was little. I could still remember shredding Styrofoams and pretend they were snowflakes. Yes, Styrofoam is the poor man’s snow. Growing up in a tropical country, I was deprived from winter and snow. Which is why…

I walked the streets of San Francisco!

I walked the streets of San Francisco! As we were ending our US assignment, we decided to take a transit trip to San Francisco. My friend and I initially planned for a trip to Los Angeles, but since I have been longing to meet a close friend who is now living in San Francisco, we…

New York! New York!

My I grew up knowing how New York looks like, from the television to the big screen. We saw how people fell in love in New York, how New York was destroyed by the aliens or the super villains, how New York was saved by Spiderman and how women fight for their dream wedding at…

Overnight in Philly

During my weekend visit in New York, I went for an overnight trip to Philadelphia to watch the Beyonce Formation Tour and at the same time check out some cool Philly sites. Philadelphia is the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the fifth-most populous in the United States. In the Northeastern United States,…

Viva San Antonio!

Hola mi amigo, como esta? If given the chance to learn a new language, it’ll definitely be Spanish. Although I think it’s easier for Filipinos to learn and speak the language considering the similarity of words, there’s a lot to learn especially when it comes to hard core Spanish slang. I got the opportunity to…

I’m back!

Hello Readers! I have been away for exactly 5 months and I am sorry. I have been very busy with work and I never got the chance to check my blog and update it. Finally, I am done with the busy months of Q3 and Q4. So now I am ready to share my travel…

Memoirs of Summer P2 (Episode 2): Guam, USA

Read Episode 1 Here GUAM: WHERE AMERICA’S DAY BEGINS At last, I am finally in Guam! Getting a cab from the airport to your destination is easy. There are numerous cabs from numerous operators available at the arrival area. And best part is that most, if not all drivers are Filipinos! So it was easy…

Memoirs of Summer P2 (Episode 1): Guam, USA

“I am going to America!” – was my first statement when I got my physical passport just a week after I went through the tedious US visa application process. I was in full joy when they gave me a 10-year multiple entry status – which means, I have more time to plan for my US trip!…

Memoirs of Summer P1: Bantayan Island – Cebu

The last time I went to the Queen City of the South was last October 2015 when I traveled to Japan. Cebu is one of the Philippines’ major hubs, with direct flights to almost all major cities in Asia. But over the years, whenever I go to Cebu, I always settle in the city, which…

Boracay Island: Finding Diniwid

Did you guys know that there’s a “cooler” place to hang out in Boracay? Nope, you can’t find it at beach fronts 1 – 3. I might be too late to discover this, but during my recent visit at the island, we went to this place that they call Diniwid. Less crowded than the main…

Beyond Boracay: A Tour at Malumpati River

During the summer season, where the country is screaming for Mango Shake, Halo Halo and Vitamin Sea, we all think of the beach as the main cure, specifically Boracay. And don’t we just love everything about the island? From day to night, Boracay is always open to cater us all. But aside from the sea,…