The bus bound to Mountain Province left Baguio City at 5:45 in the morning. I was supposed to be with my nephew on the bus but he woke up late so instead of him meeting me in the bus terminal from their home, I told him to stand by the highway at Km. 6 and wait for Rising Sun bus number 383. I als
When you work in a city which is about 250 kilometers away from home, you will obviously miss a lot of happenings. The chances of visiting your relatives and friends are slim. You need to squeeze your time when you get home. This is what I did on this one fine afternoon. I had the chance to go b
On my way back to Metro Manila from Baguio City yesterday, I was just remembering the sights as they are today and when they still looked barren from the natural disaster when Mt. Pinatubo errupted in 1991.
The volcano is located in Central Luzon which is northern part of Metro Manila. This region
I thought of writing a 2019 flashback for the new year but for some reasons, I had my busy excuses. Then Steemitworldmap gave me the reason to do so at least on my travel posts through its contest to highlight four of our favorite travel posts in 2019 which were pinned on the map.
I was surprised t
Following my evening walk around Marina Bay was another evening walk on the following night to a nearby attraction: Gardens by the Bay.
Gardens by the Bay is famous for its Supertrees but there are also many other attractions to enjoy in the garden. I thought the garden is just "one" but the guide
It was a busy Christmas day then I had to run and catch the bus for my trip back to Manila. I thought it was my first time traveling on Christmas night and had no idea how the traffic would be so I had to anticipate the worse.
Taking a cab was a challenge when you are in almost the end side of town
Coming from my candy shopping and finding my way back to the hotel, I came across these murals along Keong Saik Road.
I am not sure how long the mural is but it occupies the whole length of the span from post to post of the building. It seems to showcase different festivities in Singapore with the c
After my Skywalk challenge, I decided to take a different route on my way back to the hotel in Singapore. I was not sure of the streets that I got into but I was ready for the adventure.
At the end of a short street which I later learned to be Keong Saik Road, this entrance of the Chinatown complex
After dinner during our first business day in Singapore, I thought of having a walk before ending the day. From Amoy Food Centre, I ended up in Marina Bay.
The bay was calm with not so many onlookers around. It was weeknight after all. Except for foreigners maybe, people are not expected to be wande
Baguio City is called the Summer Capital of the Philippines because of its cool weather temperature almost all year round. The hottest temperature in summer is usually 25°C. Towards the yearend, the temperature starts to drop until first quarter of the following year.
During my regular trip to the
One of my teachers in elementary taught about traveling through books when we learn a lot about different places and cultures without leaving our seats. I remember about the phrase "travel through books" when we stopped by for lunch from our outreach in Batad and on our way back to Metro Manila. "Tr
Our mission to distribute school supplies and relief goods to the students and the community was done. Our wandering soles also had their good share of exercises in the morning. Now, it's the moment of truth. Time to go.
Everyone was quick in getting ready for after our hike to Tappiya Falls. As we