Warning: This isn’t my usual all-happy travel blog and guide. It contains anecdotes of my unpleasant experience on an island I once called “Paradise”. Do not continue reading if you’re a sensitive Filipino who’s just all proud of our country (our beautiful islands and its inhabitants are not perfect
Palawan, a group of islands in the Philippines, is known for world famous beaches such as El Nido, Coron and Port Barton beaches. It is also home to the UNESCO World Heritage Underground River. There's a lot to do from island hopping to partying and it can be tiring after a while.
This is when you
We went to Palm Beach on a Sunday which is a great way to go around where you can use the Opal Card. The fare is capped at AUD 2.70 no matter how many times you tap your card. Love this day! I usually avoid travelling on a Sunday because the following day is a work day but I sacrificed that rest pa
First Stop: Barangaroo
I like the name Barangaroo because it sounds cute like Kangaroo (^_^). There's also a place called Barabaroo look out at the Blue Mountains. Anyway, this area is near Darling Harbor. Actually, I find that most of Sydney's main attractions are within walking distance, just we
I have posted 2 vlogs about the Blue Mountains but I would also like to write a blog about it for people who like reading :) I have linked the videos below if you want to check it out.
I guess by now you've noticed my vlogging then blogging behavior. Although I just wish I can do it faster, I thi
What's up, blogosphere? It's been 2 months since my last blog. I have been busy at work and I was also exploring vlogging. Video editing can be time consuming but so fun! I still don't want to stop where I started – blogging.
I already uploaded a simple travel video of this Snowy Mountain trip previ
When I think of Australia, I usually picture a nice sunny day at the beach. I was aware before my trip that it will be winter. I prepared myself and got a big luggage with winter coats but maybe not so thick enough for a real cold weather.
I may have underestimated Syndey winter. Upon stepping out o
Siargao gained its popularity in surfing and some people would skip it just because they don't surf. But there's more to Siargao than just the famous Cloud 9. If you don't want to surf or have already had enough bumps and bruises from riding the waves, then here are some fun activi
A few days ago, @mrprofessor posted about Community as one of the things he's grateful for. Not that I'm copying his content, he kinda reminded me though of why I'm still here in this platform. :D
If not for the communities I'm a part of, I might have already stopped posting here. It can be demotiva
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I have been moderating the Steemit Travelers' discord together with my co-mods, @livinguktaiwan & @hungry-nomad, and the admins, @for91days & @jpphotography, for a few months now. We have observed a common behavior among newcomers - they want acces
Kyoto has been on my bucket list even before I even had the means to travel. I watched Rurouni Kenshin, a Japanese anime about a swordsman named Himura Kenshin during the Meiji era. I learned a small part of Japanese history on this show even before I was formally taught Asian history at school. The
The iconic Cinderella castle at night
I'm a Disney kid and growing up I think I have watched most Disney classics like Cinderella, Aladdin, Sleeping Beauty and so much more. I admit that I have also dreamt of Prince Charming and I wanted to dress as a Disney Princess. Maybe too old for that but not