Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, is a modern metropolis with Japanese colonial lanes, busy shopping streets, and contemporary buildings. The skyline crowned by the 509m-tall, bamboo-shaped Taipei 101 skyscraper. Taiwan was never in my bucket list of places to visit only when I saw pictures shared by my friends online; it made me think twice, … Continue reading Tiring Yet Enjoyable Day One In Taiwan
On the travelling road, I have shared many experiences with strangers, and even though I may never see them again, the bond of what we experienced will forever tie us together as friends. We’ll depart each other's company in a few short hours, knowing only the best of one another.
The first few days were the most challenging. I knew without taking extreme measures I would slip back in my old routine and check my phone frequently throughout the day. So I removed all my social apps on my phone and cleared my browser history passwords on my desktop and laptop for me not to open them on my devices.
I can hear heavy weep on the other line, “She’s gone…” And then the line was cut off.
There was a man standing beside my bed telling me to get up. I woke up to the noises as usual, but instead of finding nothing there, I saw a terribly gruesome figure. It seemed like it had been human at some point. I can only see the built of his body and how it is … Continue reading Everything was in darkness until I ran to the beach and saw the light
Many of us have that deep desire to travel. Once the travel bug gets to you, your wanderlust drafts a huge bucket list of new places to explore. Last weekend, was the craziest and fun adventures I had. Baguio City has always been my comfort zone whenever I feel down, stress or needed time to … Continue reading How Motorbike Tour Change My Way of Traveling
It was a test of life and death experience for me. I don't even know how to swim. I have a heart failure. I'm weak physically but amidst all, I gave my whole bravery to do this. Always believe in yourself. What is really like under the sea? I don't know how to swim. Yes. … Continue reading Life Lessons From A Beginner Free Diver
A group of bloggers invited me to join them in exploring Camarines Norte. It was an unforgettable and fulfilling experience. Exploring a new place gives you a good vibe–learning their culture, exploring unknown spots and meeting the locals. We left Manila at nine (9) in the evening for 8-9 hours of travel going to Camarines … Continue reading A Night Of Making Memories in Camarines Norte
From the group of islands in the Pacific, there lies a famous long stretch of white sand beach. Blessed with beautiful coastline, surrounded by turquoise seas and rolling hills of grasslands – this is Calaguas Island. https://www.instagram.com/p/BbrbF1lFmQm/?hl=en&taken-by=codesandtravel Calaguas Group of Islands includes three major islands — Tinaga Island, Guintinua Island, and Maculabo Island. True to its name, … Continue reading Calaguas Island – Truly A Paradise
“Piliin mo ang Pilipinas Kapuluang kwintas ng perlas Piliin mo yakapin mo Kayamanan nyang likas Piliin mo ang Pilipinas” I was singing this song all day when I laid my eyes on this beautiful creation–Manjuyod White Sands Bar. Our scheduled flight for Cebu is 11:45 PM via Cebu Pacific Air. Yes, it was that … Continue reading Maldives of the Philippines: Turning Our Anxieties to Happiness