El Nido, Palawan / Where The Travels

PALAWAN: Debunking El Nido Backpacking – Is It Possible?

Philippines: LUZON

 

You know how some people claim that a destination can be friendly to budget backpackers? The magic that is El Nido in Palawan has only recently bitten off its own share in the “cheap travel” map.

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Bacacay, Albay / Where The Travels

10 Travel Lessons I Learned From My Father

TRAVEL

 

Many of my fondest memories belong to being on the road with the first man I’ve ever loved. He was and continues to be most inspiring human being I am lucky to have ever shared a life with.

It is only apt that I celebrate Father’s Day and the first article I will write again ever since I left blogging with the travel lessons he has lovingly gifted me with for the short time we had as father and daughter.

Kawit, Medellin, Cebu / Where The Travels

SOUTHEAST ASIA: Notes On Traveling As A Couple

INTERNATIONAL

 

It’s a make-or-break experience. Our most recent Southeast Asian backpacking trip was a circus from start to finish. We can’t even begin to describe anything- anything at all.

“How’d your trip go?” is THE universal question but it’s become futile to ask us as we just glaze up… and are just plain flabbergasted.

Southeast Asian Backpacking - Thailand / Where The Travels

SOUTHEAST ASIA: 3 Countries in 10 Days on a Shoestring (Intro)

INTERNATIONAL

 

Nothing could feel more peculiar than sitting in your room in the dark typing out words again as you are embraced by the dense profusion of familiarity.

One minute you’re scrambling for your passport on the immigration queue while someone prods you to hurry in a language you don’t understand, and the next you’re sipping a cup of coffee in the confines of your own world wishing it was milk tea from the streets of Bangkok.