Category Archive: Travel

Sagada: Beyond the Usual Itinerary

For a couple of weeks now, I have been feeling stressful at work. I have been planning to go somewhere the past weekend to just chill and relax but I always end up… Continue reading

G.O.T Memories in Dubrovnik, Croatia

I did not go to Croatia (Dubrovnik specifically) because of the series, “Game of Thrones” or the relatively new Pinoy series, “Make It With You”. I was never a fan of  GOT and… Continue reading

Malmö o Mahal Ako (Sweden)

Malmö is a coastal city in southern Sweden that is in close proximity to Copenhagen, Denmark. It lies at the eastern end of an amazing man-made wonder, the Öresund Bridge, a long road… Continue reading

BAGA: A Spanish Medieval Village

Bagà is a Spanish municipality located at the head of the valley of the Llobregat river, at the foot of the high mountains of the Cadí range in Catalonia, Spain. The town itself… Continue reading

Hallo, Oslo!

Oslo – Norway’s capital since 1814, is also its largest city and is regarded a cosmopolitan hub. Without any expectation in mind, I visited this year’s European Green Capital with a “surprise me”… Continue reading

Glamping at Valleypoint (Tuba, Benguet)

Valleypoint is a camping ground and event center situated in the mountain valleys of Tuba in Benguet, Philippines. They offer the following services: Prices may changed without prior notice: A Daytour Package will… Continue reading

Thailand: Prasat Hin Phimai

If there is one thing you will never run out seeing anywhere across Thailand, that is finding incredible temples of various kinds. My recent trip to the Land of Smiles gave me an… Continue reading

Cordova: Charming & Captivating (Cebu, PH)

The province of Cebu has a seemingly endless list of delightful attractions, both natural and man-made. Almost every town or city has something to offer to anyone who is visiting the island. One… Continue reading

Buguias: Northern Philippines’ Vegetable Basket and More

Most often over-shadowed by other Benguet towns, Buguias primarily serves as stop-over or just that regular town being passed by buses carrying visitors to Bontoc, and Sagada. Recently, its neighbor Atok is slowly… Continue reading

Germany: Potsdam Post

Potsdam – a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the capital of Brandenburg, is a must visit place when you are in Berlin for its close proximity to the German capital. Located along the banks… Continue reading