“Music saves the soul.” Play softly while you read. She worships the euphoric sun and weeps with the melancholic rain. She spends her days staring at the infinite ocean and listening to the crashing of waves. She is made of sand and water; she is meant to swim away unreservedly. She is the island and … More The Secrets of a Modern Mermaid (featuring Anda, Bohol, Philippines)
“Music saves the soul.” Play softly while you read. Nope! I didn’t go to Maldives in a boyfriend-girlfriend situation. I wished I were but that fantasy seemed far from possible during the first quarter of 2015. It was actually far from possible for the last 3 years. Lol. And I just can’t wait for that … More It’s not you, it’s me. . (featuring Maldives)
Denice, Aubrey and Bing, feat. Jhulz. . We changed the plans and hardly followed the itinerary. Upon reaching every destination, for a split second, we decided “extend!!!”. We chased the sun and burned our skins. . We drowned ourselves and gulped sea water. . We traveled from North to South and met people, some may … More Wild and Free – Cebu Adventure with my Crazies
“Music saves the soul.” Play it first. . 🙂 My mind has been preoccupied by a lot of things upon reaching the young professional age. Things that have reduced the melatonin in my brain and caused me sleepless nights which my future self will probably regret. There are so many things I wanna do but got so … More Quarter Life Crisis – A Swift Escape (with a Clouded Mind) to Bali, Indonesia
FAILED. Yup, I went to Da Nang, Vietnam without checking the whether around October or November of 2013. Thinking that Da Nang, Vietnam is almost at the same level of Manila below the equator, I expected the same sunshine on that trip. I was wearing shorts and beach button up top plus my new pair of … More The Sun-kissed Tan I Dream to Get in Da Nang, Vietnam
On my first day in the office in Singapore in 2011, I asked a colleague, a Filipina too who arrived in Singapore just a couple of months before me, to which beaches she had been to around Singapore. She said, she’d been to only one yet – Pulau Tioman. . From that day, I had … More That Tranquil Little Island in Malaysia – Pulau Tioman
Myrna, Aubrey and I, amazingly, have one common love – a serene beach. We prefer those unspoiled ones without hotels and restaurants where only a few people are sun bathing, than the beach which thousands of people visit to brag their 6-pack abs and bikini bodies. We have this common hobby to search for low … More Our Dearest Unspoiled Beach in Calatagan – Burot Beach
Batam Island in Indonesia is so close to Singapore. So anytime one feels the urge to travel or hit the nearest beach, he/she can book a ferry ride going to Batam. I had felt this feet itch one time in 2011.
Myrna, Aubrey and I went to Bohol for few days some time in July last 2012 (yes, it was my birthday getaway) and the trip was awesome! As i go back reminiscing, I decided to come up with a list why you should visit Bohol too. . 🙂 PS, there might be some attractions and activities we … More 12 Things We Love in Bohol, Philippines
I have always admired the skills of campers surviving all the hardships outside the comfortable lifestyle… haha… Because somehow, I can’t.
Nope, Philippines was never a colony of Greece. I planned a short vacation back to Philippines and normally i allot one day for beaching with my highschool friends. Since i can only go out for a day, the beach must be near my place in Laguna – of course Batangas it is. I was browsing … More Sunburn at Fortune Island – with these Ruins of Greek Columns
the very reason of this unplanned beach trip last summer of 2010 is to spend quality t-i-m-e with him before his year long cruise in Europe (but dont expect you’ll see a photo of him here, haha!). We only had one weekend left that time so we target to hit the nearest non-commercialized beach from … More 1day Beach Hopping – Quezon Philippines