It’s a beautiful life!
Who would not be happy, packing their bags and leaving to see places that they never been before? It’s much like seeing the world again for the first time. You came to an understanding that there’s so much more to discover. That you’re not just a somebody stuck on a four walled room. You came to realize that the language you speak is not the only language that actually exists and the hometown you grew up with, is not the only place that you will be happy seeing. Travelling is not always about the scenic views or getting a good shot of a picture perfect sight but it is about experiencing life’s unexpected wonders. Kaya tara lets na!
Campuestohan Highland Resort is probably one of the famous, newest and radiant attractions when visiting Bacolod or the Island of Negros. This is a vast resort with a picturesque view that is perfect for kids and family outings. This resort is situated on the highlands and boundaries of Bacolod City and Talisay City, stationed 800-meters […]
Visiting Bacolod or Negros Occidental wouldn’t be complete without visiting the iconic structure called “The Ruins”. Being dubbed as the “Taj Mahal” of Negros, this beautiful structure is a result of the undying love of a rich sugar baron for his wife who died before giving birth to their 11th child. The Ruins is located […]
For this year’s celebration of my birthday, it took me a while to decide where I would be spending my few days of vacation leaves to set as my celebration of being a year older. I wanted to be in Sagada, visit my relatives in Albay or experience Bohol on my own but all those […]
Goshen Resort and Hotel made a social media craze since it debuted on the public last 2017. The resort is inspired by Roman architecture and has a “colosseum-like” structure as its main attraction. Visiting the place would give you a feeling of stepping on the grounds of Rome, Italy without spending a thousand pesos just […]
Baguio City has always been part of my childhood dream. I often heard about its cold climate and cool breeze on televisions and book articles that added fuel on my desire of visiting it someday. It was 2016 (I was 21 years old then) when I first stepped my foot on the grounds of Baguio […]