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,…

Hong Kong for long weekends

Last year, I was searching for 2016 PH public holidays for long weekends and I stumbled upon this site. I am glad that this 2016, we have 9 long weekends which means – more time to travel! So I booked flight to Hong Kong and traveled last month. This is the 4th time I visited Hong Kong and…

Japan Chronicles: My 8-day 4-City Expenses

Hello Guys! As promised from my previous blog, I am sharing with you the expenses incurred from my visit in Japan. This is a testament that Japan is not an expensive city as long as you know where to eat, what to buy and how to save. If your location has a direct flight to Japan,…

Japan Chronicles: My 8-day Itinerary

Kon’nichiwa! Now to end my Japan Chronicles, I am sharing with you my itinerary and incurred expenses in my 8-day tour in the beautiful country of Japan. Now, remember, the itinerary that I will be sharing can be your basis should you have future trips to Japan, but you can always add some trips in…

Japan Trip After movie

Hey guys! I created an after movie for my Japan trip. It’s a compilation of all the places I went to last Autumn. I had so much fun (alone) visiting Osaka, Hiroshima, Kyoto and Tokyo. Of course, I also met some Japanese and foreign friends who has helped me navigate the places I visited. Also…

Singapore Itinerary and Expenses

Hello Lah! As previously posted, I am sharing with you the itinerary and expenses that I have incurred in Singapore. You may think that Singapore is the most expensive country to visit in South East Asia – YES, that can be true and NO, if you know how to look for cheap options from accommodation to food….

My US non-immigrant Visa Experience

U.S.A., the land of the free and home of the brave. And one of the most elusive countries to visit for us Filipinos. Most may agree that acquiring a visa is challenging and lengthy. But for me – lengthy and expensive, YES. Challenging, NO! I am writing this article not because I just to share with you…

Lah-ving Singapore!

I love Singapore for many reasons: They can speak English well so language was never an issue. Singaporeans are really nice and helpful people. Singapore is a model city that any developing country should emulate. The city is very clean and organized. And lastly, Singapore is just a plane ride away from Iloilo! I have been…

Japan Chronicles: Tokyo

  Moshi Moshi! This is the last of my 4-city tour in the majestic Japan. Of course, thou shall not miss Tokyo – the center of everything Japanese! Other travelers would often say that going to Osaka and Kyoto are good enough for a fine Japanese experience. But I say, a tour without Tokyo is…

Japan Chronicles: Kyoto

Of all the places I visited in Japan, nothing comes close to the charm that Kyoto brings. And it does not only charm you with its beauty, but it takes you back to the old Japan. Imagine this: you are walking along a pathway surrounded by bamboos, then suddenly you see Geishas passing by. How cool…

Japan Chronicles: Hiroshima

Whenever I think about Japan, I think about WW2, then I think about the atomic bomb, which leads me to Hiroshima. Part of my itinerary was to visit Hiroshima – one of the oldest cities in Japan. Why visit the place? Because the city has always been part of our history books in high school…