It has been a long afternoon. It was warm, but it rained too. But it didn’t matter. They just happened to be enjoying the long walk from Rizal park until they stumbled upon this wonderful view near the sea. And surprise, surprise! There is a restaurant nearby called Harbor View. It was relaxing. It filled… Read More Story of the Week: On our way to Banaue
It took me a while to write. I cannot seem to find the right words to describe how happy my trip had been. I will try to write this in a third person’s point of view. ~*~ On April 2, Allie started her adventure. Wait, it was March 31st. But when did the true adventure… Read More Couchsurfing and more!
I was very excited to go back to Vientiane. Here I was when I checked the bus number. It departed at 8am. We arrived there at around 7PM.Unlike other ports, we can’t sleep there. The area closes at 8PM or 9PM. We had to look… Read More Travel Journal: Laos – Back to Vientiane
Next Stop: LAOS Laos is still part of Southeast Asia. Although the ambiance here and culture is more laid-back. I didn’t know what to expect. Me and my friend simply chose those countries close to each other. So the cheapest way, although not the fastest and easiest, is to do it by train. Courtesy of:… Read More FLASHBACK: Laos ~ Tsoo tsoo: Train Travel!
On a good day I write, all day. ~Nick Flynn PART III We were awakened by the barking of the dogs and the majestic sunlight shining on our faces. Everything was prepared for breakfast and we just dove into the regular Filipino breakfast; a table filled with rice, egg, longganisa, and suman. We don’t usually… Read More Couchsurfing Special: Yulia’s pre-Fiesta Experience in Lipa City, Batangas
The very first attempt to eat rice was a disaster. We were so hungry from the plane ride, the 6-hour wait in the airport, the train travel and all. We then found a small table where random foods were being sold. Saw a nice looking set of rice, chicken and few leaves. We were so… Read More FLASHBACK: Thailand ~ Food and Discretion
In a place unknown, you really have to be cautious. If you are, however looking for adventure,you have to face the uneasy feeling of getting lost. We decided to go out. Go out and see the wonderful city and get a good look of places and things to see. Street Foods in Silom Road Their… Read More FLASHBACK: Thailand 2015 -Street Stuff
Thailand is famous for their historic temples and traditions. So here’s a few: Along the way…to wat pho. Tickets! 😀 Truly unforgettable. This is one of the biggest places we’ve ever been. It’s called Wat Pho. So many temples and palace. Goin back home to Station 1 from Station 8. I think almost everywhere, there’s… Read More Traveling through the waters of Thailand
Festivals are fun. It can be anything! From mascots to water splashing, to fireworks and everything else! But this year was different. Thailand celebrates New Year every April. And this 2015, I was part of this huge gathering. They call it Songkran Festival. We chose to stay in Silom Road. The event goes for three… Read More FLASHBACK: Thailand 2015 -Songkran Festival
PART II Next is Taal Volcano. We woke up at 4AM, had breakfast and prepared for the trip. At almost 6AM, we arrived in Taal, Batangas. We waited for our guide and then we started exploring the mountain. At first, we rode the car down to the steep part of the mountain. Then we rode… Read More Couchsurfing Special: Going to Taal, Batangas with Yulia #2