Nassau, Bahamas: The Blue Lagoon

I’ve always known that Bahamas is a wonderful place but seeing and experiencing it in person is a whole different story. It wasn’t just wonderful to the sight but it also gave me a lot of memorable experiences that I will cherish for the rest of my life. One of the highlights of my recent…

Things Off My List | I See Bela

I love exploring. I love seeing new things. Thus, it means everything (well, only the good things) is on my bucket list. However, there are a lot places to see, things to have, experience to gain, people to meet and facets of life to explore. Death is not the only possible reason why I might not…

Korea: Trick Eye Museum

No filter. No Photoshop edit. Only background tricks. Admission Fee (Adult): 15,000 won /15 USD The Tale of the Two Sisters and Their Journey to the Star Once upon a time, in a land without magic, there were two sisters – Isabela and Katrina. They live in a land that something always bad happens – not…

Mt. Talamitam: Another Mountain to Climb

As an archipelago of 7,107 islands and a tropical country blessed with some of the world’s greatest biodiversity, it is a given that the Philippines can serve as a good playground for both beginner and seasoned hikers alike. In the Batangas region alone, there are plenty of mountains awaiting for you to summit – one…

Mt. Talamitam – Travel Guide

How to Get There 1. By public transportation: Take a bus bound to Nasugbu, Batangas. Get off at KM 83. 2. By private transportation: Head to Tagaytay via SLEX-ETON Greenfield -Sta. Rosa or via Cavite. Then, by following the road to Batangas, you’ll reach KM 83. Basic Expenses Coastal Mall to KM 83 bus ticket: 120 php…

A Weekend in Palm Springs

First stop of our western USA road trip: Palm Springs – a desert resort city within the Coachella Valley, California My flight from New York to Palm Springs was around 9 hours, including stopovers. Arriving at the Palm Springs Int’l Airport is a lovely way to start your vacation. With its open-air concourse, cute shops, easy-to-navigate size,…

Mt. Daraitan – Travel Guide

How to Get There For Public Transportation: At the EDSA- Shar Crossing, ride a UV express (70 pesos) or a jeepney (57 pesos) to Tanay, Rizal. The trip would take you 1.5 hours. Upon arriving the Tanay market, ride a tricycle (120/person but you can haggle) to Barangay Daraitan. For Private Vehicles: Head out to…

Georgia Aquarium: Journey With The Gentle Giants

Brace yourself. You’re gonna see some of the cutest creatures of the universe.  In the 22 to 30 feet deep tank, there you can swim with the gentle giants such as the whale sharks, leopard whiprays, bowmouth guitarfish, zebra sharks, sawfish, and different species of rays. Before the actual swim, we were given a typical…