It’s always my goal to experience a destination as authentically as possible. Sure, I want to see the popular spots, but I also want to discover the local gems that give a place its character and distinction. I am able to interact with some locals and speak with them; from the time I touched down… Continue reading My AirBnB Experience
Having grown up in the third predominant Catholic country in the world and raised in the smallest town of Albay – Bacacay, BUT, is a cradle of priestly vocation in the region with an upsurge of 101 priests and 3 deacons, I profess that I am a Catholic devotee. Religion is embedded deep among each… Continue reading On Religion
Nature is all around us, if only we take some time to look up, look down and look around; pause, and take a moment to reflect.There’s nothing quite like walking around and finding a daunting spot to sit by the lake and breathe in fresh air, away from all the stressors of everyday life. There’s… Continue reading Nature is My Cure
What a better way to get transported to some other charming places in the world and explore them, than by taking a cruise! Here taking a laid back and relaxing sail for days, meandering along spectacular views of the sea.Spacious, chill, and light; complimentary essentials provided; access to Sauna and entertainment; delicious buffet or five-course… Continue reading Sailing Solo
When wandering minds take your feet to the medieval squares and lanes & find yourself walking around stony vaults, basilicas & taverns in winding streets on a midnight.
Turkey before I turn thirty. That, I would always aim to tick but never had happened because of circumstances until I almost outgrew the hype. Then came the chaos which queerly retrieved my fascination with this country’s deep-rooted history, culture and tradition that is translucently prevalent. I felt the need to go amidst the conflicts… Continue reading Lovable Istanbul
The Parc de Saint Cloud, officially Domaine National de Saint-Cloud in west of Paris, France. 🇫🇷 The park is free to enter and is accessible via Pont de Sèvres and Boulogne – Pont de Saint-Cloud metro stations. The T2 tramway runs along the eastern limit of the park. This park is not heavily frequented, and… Continue reading Tint of Autumn