What’s in Your (Travel) Bag?

One particular thing I am asked about, as a frequent traveler, is regarding my packing strategy and what stuff I do pack. Packing your bag, perhaps, is one essential matter during travel. So… Continue reading

Anda: Bohol’s Kept Secret (No More)

Bohol, the 10th largest island of the Philippines, has always been a fascination to both local and foreign travelers. Together with the islands of Palawan and Cebu, this island province has proven to… Continue reading

ICELAND in Photographs

Iceland is a place of dreamlike exquisiteness. With its overwhelming, unbelievable landscape – one would surely find his/ her eyeballs popped and jaws dropped. And the wonders I saw and experienced in my… Continue reading

TURKEY: Istanbul in Photographs

It’s been a long while since I last posted something. My apologies dear friends. I have been away for a series of backpacking in some random places I have wanted to experience. It would… Continue reading

CHINA: Beijing In Photographs

Some photos I took during a brief visit to China’s busy, bustling, and beautiful capital — Beijing. Spring and the colours it brings to Beijing. A river dotted with beautiful trees. Beijing sunset… Continue reading

The Story of a SURFvivor

Buzzy Trent (a pioneer of big wave surfing) once said, “Waves are not measured in feet and inches, they are measured in increments of fear…” I wrote this blog in my Multiply account about… Continue reading

Taipei City (Taiwan)

While I am still putting into words my Taipei City experience, allow these photographs to do the enticing. Taipei – a city that offers a world of captivating divergences for it is a… Continue reading

Yehliu Geopark (Taiwan)

While most tourists spend their time exploring Taiwan’s capital, Taipei – my friends and I opted to visit one of the country’s prime geopark in its northern part. The Yehliu Geopark serves as… Continue reading

A Walk Through Singapore’s Southern Ridges Trail

Whenever I sense an overflow of negative emotions, I have always thought that it can be useful to “walk it off.” To me, walking is a cheapo, moderate peril and easy form of… Continue reading

Windswept Beauty of Muriwai Beach

Another thing I like to do is sit back and take in nature. To look at the birds, listen to their singing, go hiking, camping and jogging and running, walking along the beach,… Continue reading