Beyond Surfing in Baler

“I took off on a wave, went down the side, popped out the other end, and went, shit, I’m still alive!” Greg Noll Having known as one of the top spots for surfing, Baler found in Aurora, Philippines eventually made its way to the hearts of hardcore surfers, amateur surfers, “surfers” for profile photos (lols!) and tourists. This awesome place has flourished to becoming one … Continue reading Beyond Surfing in Baler

A Bali Visual Diary

Bali, known as the most famous island of Indonesia, blends spectacular nature scenery and beautiful beaches with warm and friendly people, a vibrant culture and breathtaking resorts. This magical place is definitely one of the best tropical holiday spots in the world as it offers incredible value for money for hotels, food, relaxing villas, spas, not to mention, the welcoming nature of the Balinese. Bali is … Continue reading A Bali Visual Diary

Useful Travel Apps at your Service Part II

In continuation of the Part I post (Useful Travel Apps at your Service Part I), I’d like to reveal my 2 other “Travel Apps” brought to you by the awesomeness of today’s technology. AIRBNB ( What a weird name, you might say. Even I, thought the name was a little weird the first time I heard it until I had my first experience with it. Airbnb is … Continue reading Useful Travel Apps at your Service Part II

Useful Travel Apps at your Service Part I

In today’s generation, it’s impossible that almost everything cannot be served to us by technology. To make our lives simpler, we tend to rely on innovations that can make our life processes easier and faster. I travel and go on adventures a lot. You wonder, “How the hell did she know that?” or “What does she do for a living? How can she afford to … Continue reading Useful Travel Apps at your Service Part I

Sree Maha Mariamman Temple

“The moment I have realized God sitting in the temple of every human body, the moment I stand in reverence before every human being and see God in him – that moment I am free from bondage, everything that binds vanishes, and I am free” -Swami Vivekananda Skipping out on some cliche tourist spots and instead going out and exploring a unique cultural site in … Continue reading Sree Maha Mariamman Temple

My Singapore Diary

“And that’s the wonderful thing about family travel: it provides you with experiences that will remain locked forever in the scar tissue of your mind. ~Dave Barry” This may sound and look very different as I am writing yet another travel entry, but this time, not in solitude but with the sweet company of my family. Aside from my desire of crossing out every single … Continue reading My Singapore Diary

10 Things I Realized From my First Ever Solo Travel

“You must be fearless to take the path less traveled.” ― Lailah Gifty Akita” The world. Ever since, I was dying to see the world. You know that ridiculous feeling when you are just completely in love with places that you’ve never been to? I get that all the time. I love using my big mountaineering bags, prepping my camera, Regina, creating my self made … Continue reading 10 Things I Realized From my First Ever Solo Travel

Putrajaya, The Federal State

“A city isn’t so unlike a person. They both have the marks to show they have many stories to tell. They see many faces. They tear things down and make new again.” ― Rasmenia Massoud” Unlike other countries, government buildings are scattered in different cities. Let’s say for example, here in the Philippines, The Judicial court may be found in Ermita, Manila while the regal … Continue reading Putrajaya, The Federal State

Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery

“No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path.” ― Gautama Buddha, Sayings Of Buddha Recently set foot in one of the most majestic shopping districts of the world, Hong Kong, my travel buddy and I were down to our one last destination, in which indubitably, a very unique spot from among all the eye appeals … Continue reading Ten Thousand Buddhas Monastery