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2019: NEW BORACAY Budget Guide

Is it rare for a person to not be a beach-lover? I, for one, am not a fan of beaches but, I still try to see the beauty in them. And, since we were already in Iloilo, visiting Boracay felt like a MUST. It saves us a lot of costs too instead of visiting each...

List of Fun and Cheap Things to do in Hakone: JAPAN TRAVEL GUIDE

Hakone have been so much fun and there are many places I have been to within the span of three days. Which I can say is a lot, considering that on the third day we didn’t get to do much because of some unforeseen events. The ropeway suddenly got canceled, we got...

My 3 Day Hakone Free Pass Budget Travel: JAPAN HACK GUIDE

For those who have visited Japan, the woes of transportation are real. But like my previous trips in Kyoto and Osaka, an excursion ticket saved my pockets again. This time in Hakone, the perfect spot to go dipping in the hot springs. A destination rich in unspoiled...

CATANDUANES TRAVEL GUIDE: Hiking to Binurong Point in Baras

Vista fanatics rejoice as Catanduanes offers a pastoral view from Binurong Point in Baras. A panorama such as this can only be rewarded to hikers. So gear up and get ready to climb up its terrain. Hiking to Binurong Point is relatively easy for beginners as the slope...

CATANDUANES GUIDE: Cagnipa Rolling Hills & Tuwad Tuwadan Lagoon

Hello! If you do not know Catanduanes yet, it exists on the west side of Legazpi and just an hour away from Manila by plane. The luscious hill of Catanduanes Island will instantly welcome you once you get off the plane. One of my top favorite spots here is the Cagnipa...

DIY BUDGET GUIDE: Sightseeing and Best Places to Visit in Brunei

I have read blogs and watched some vlogs that mentioned Brunei is a boring country to travel to. What I can say is – it depends on each person. Nightlife may be a thing for most but not to everyone, it all boils down to how one interacts with the environment they are...

My LOBOC RIVER Buffet Cruise Experience in Bohol

Have you ever gone on a trip feeling like you’re a foreigner in your own country? Silly me did not know that Bohol was one popular destination for Chinese tourists. Imagine being the only Filipino tourist on board sharing a table with another Chinese that’s also on a...

TRAVEL GUIDE: What to Expect in Gardens by the Bay Singapore

Towering vertical gardens, diverse flora, this largest glass greenhouse is the modern version of the Victorian Era’s Crystal Palace (according to me). Gardens by the Bay is a stunning greenhouse conservatory housing a variety of flora from around the world, you know...

BUDGET TRAVEL GUIDE: Top Destinations in Bohol with 2 Day Itinerary

Bohol, known as the home of the indigenous tarsiers and an island famous for its diving locations (it’s usually listed as one of the top in the world) is an island not be missed in the Philippines. Of course, Bohol also has the famous Chocolate Hills that has been a...

DIY BUDGET TRAVEL GUIDE: A 1 Day Itinerary in Cebu for Only ₱1,400

Got only 1 day to explore Cebu? Fret not, this 1-day itinerary in Cebu guide will help you how to explore the city with limited time. You can change your itinerary based on your schedule as this is only a suggestion. In my case, I arrived late at night and only have...

TRAVEL GUIDE: ENOSHIMA Day Trip from Tokyo using EnoPass

Wanting to go from Tokyo to Osaka but finding it impossible due to limited budget? Then, Enoshima Island is one place I personally suggest to visit instead of Osaka. This place is closer to Tokyo than Hakone but, just like any place in Japan, you’ll surely love this...

2018 IN A NUTSHELL: A Moment of Looking Back

The year 2018, for me, is both a tragic and joyous year. Not a lot has happened BUT one turn in my life made everything around me stop for a moment. It went on for months making me unproductive, but a loss is a loss and healing takes time. Let me share to you the...

How to Fill Out South Korea Application Form (For Filipinos)

Have you read my post on how to apply for a South Korea Visa? If yes, then this guide will show you step by step on how to fill out South Korea application form. Answering the form may be overwhelming especially there are some parts are quite vague. Let’s get on with...

Top things to do in Odaiba, the Ex-Fortress Island of Tokyo

Odaiba city, now one of the most famous tourist destinations even noteworthy as a dating spot, is a must-visit for the Japan-crazed travelers and otakus alike. There are several areas that are free to sightsee which can make your travel in Odaiba a cheap one. And I am...

HOW TO TRAVEL IN SINGAPORE ON A BUDGET: A PHP7,600 Itinerary [3D/2N]

Singapore is similar to the United States or so what I think when I visited this country. It mostly reminds me of the US because of the rate of expenses which are very similar. Be advised in advance that Singapore can be very expensive to tour as it is an industrial...

Pinto Art Museum’s Cafe Rizal Review

This is just my personal Cafe Rizal review on my experience eating here last May (2017). There are some other 2 cafes in the area but the map I have is illegible. Oh well, moving on. I didn’t have any appropriate breakfast before my trip to the Pinto Art Museum, so...

PINTO ART MUSEUM: A World of its Own

For almost 2 years, I’ve been wanting to take a look at this eye-catching museum. If only this is just a little bit near the city I’m living in. What made my wish come true? A friend messaged me if I have visited the Pinto Art Museum before, I just said: “I always...

Banapple Bakery Cafe: A Sweet Tooth’s Review

I’ve heard of Banapple a few times before as a popular treat for those with sweet tooths, but only got the chance to experience dining here last May 2017. We were searching for an affordable restaurant we could eat for dinner then my friends thought of Banapple. And...

Deer Sightseeing at Nara Park: JAPAN TRAVEL GUIDE

This is a reposted blog post. I completely deleted ALL the contents from my previous website. *sobs* Many of you might have seen on videos, deers bowing their heads at you when you feed them. These once divine creatures can be seen at Nara Park in Japan headbutting...

Owl Park Café in Ikebukuro: An Intimate Playtime with the Owls

This is a reposted blog post. I completely deleted ALL the contents from my previous website. *sobs* We’ve heard of dog, cat and bunny cafes, but let’s go for an off-beaten cafe and talk of owls. Sure, they’re nocturnal creatures, but there are owl themed cafés in the...

Corregidor Island Day Tour with Sun Cruises

If I have not lost all my photos from Corregidor, my second visit should have been an overnight on the island. I was so sure that I have a back-up of these photos, so when I was searching for them voila! Cold sweat ran down my spine as my eyes blindly played with...

TRAVEL GUIDE: Mt. Pinatubo Day Hike – Group Tour

This is a reposted blog post. I completely deleted ALL the contents from my previous website. *sobs*HISTORYAfter the historic 1991 eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, its crater lake has become a popular hiking travel spot for mountaineers. The effect of its eruption reached...

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