Breathless in Kanchanaburi, Thailand

During our last night in Bangkok, I was contemplating what to do the next day. We still had a full day to spend in Thailand before we fly back to Manila. I heard that the floating market had already become too touristy so I decided not to go there anymore. Moreover, since we had just returned from Laos, my sister already felt ‘temple overload’ and told me that she doesn’t want to visit any temples anymore. So to give my mom and my sister a different and memorable adventure on our last day Continue reading

From Singapore With Love

Hello everyone! It has been a while since my last post here. I missed the blogging world! You might have been wondering what happened to me recently. Well, these past months have been very overwhelming to me. A lot of things happened and a lot of things have changed in my life. Though I’m a self-confessed travel addict and would go any length to explore new territories, there are still other things that I want to achieve aside from traveling. And since I traveled a lot last year and enjoyed Continue reading

Ifugao Rice Terraces: Truly a World Wonder!

Nothing can beat the feeling of traveling into one’s own country. The more we explore the different regions of the Philippines, the more we will get to realize how blessed our country is. Situated in northern Philippines, the Ifugao Rice Terraces are rice paddies that were carved into the mountains by the ancestors of the Ifugao people some 2000 years ago. Located 332 km. north of Manila, I was quite lucky to Continue reading

Sulyap Restaurant and Gallery Cafe : “A Taste of The Past”

In the middle of my hometown, San Pablo City, Laguna, comes a place that will transport you back in time. Sulyap: A Taste of the Past is a restaurant and gallery cafe that features a theme of the Spanish colonial era in the Philippines. The restaurant offers a variety of traditional Filipino dishes and a gallery filled with a large collection of antiques that date back to 1800s. If you’re a lover of ancestral homes Continue reading

Once Upon a Time in the Kingdom of Siam

Ever since I was young, it has been my ultimate dream to visit Thailand, formerly named Siam. The country is called “The Land of the Free” because it’s the only country in southeast Asia that was never colonized by the West. Thus, its preserved and unique culture is one of the reasons why tourists from all around the world flock in this country. My own interest in Thailand started after watching, one of my favorite films of all time, Anna and the King. Seriously, I think I watched this movie Continue reading

Visita Iglesia in Laguna

Every Maundy/Holy Thursday, many devoted Catholics in the Philippines carry out the tradition of Visita Iglesia. Visita Iglesia are Spanish words which mean Church visits. During this time, Filipinos visit seven churches, some even extend it to fourteen churches. They recite one or two parts of the Stations of the Cross in each church. The Stations of the Cross depicts the final hours of Jesus Christ before he Continue reading