Friday, December 15, 2017

Airport and Airline Hacks in the Philippines



With more than 7,000 islands, traveling around the Philippines can be difficult. But, all thanks to local airlines offering cheap fares, it has been every Juan's most convenient way to go around and explore every corner of the country.

Little did they know, most travelers here are missing a lot, especially on how the business model of the aviation industry works. Let me share some tips and hacks on air travel in the Philippines.

Wednesday, December 13, 2017

Photo Diary: The Blue Autumn



What I really love about the autumn is its foliage. It's a visual feast where the tides and hues of crimson and tangerine dominate the environment. When we went there last month, the sky was blue and cloudless, creating a beautiful contrast of colors. I have seen a lot of photos of Autumn but nothing beats the experience of seeing it right before your very own eyes!

For this post, I'm gonna share some of my favorite "Blue Autumn" photos in Seoul, South Korea.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

The Fall Collection Vol 1: Nami Island & Petite France


During my recent trip to Seoul, South Korea, I decided to bring two cameras - Canon EOS M10 (mirrorless), and my 5-yr old Canon EOS 1100D with a 50mm f1.8 prime lens. I know it's quite hassling to bring two, but I just can't afford to miss out Seoul's beautiful autumn foliage, plus our outfits were all on point!

Today, I'm going to share some of our photos in Nami Island & Petite France.

Friday, December 1, 2017

My Travel Essentials



I travel simply because it gives me a breath of fresh air. It allows me to immerse to new cultures, get lost to uncharted territories, and discover my strengths and weaknesses. Truly, traveling opens to us to a world like we've never imagined.

Before I set on a trip, whether local or abroad, I always make sure that I'm physically and emotionally prepared for it. Here are some of the things that I usually bring aside from my passport, travel and accommodation documents, and money.

Friday, November 24, 2017

Autumn OOTD in Seoul



Autumn is officially my favorite season. It is not too cold and not too hot thus, I can wear layers of clothes, something that I can't do in the Philippines because it's forever hot and humid here. My autumn OOTDs aren't just for the sake of fashion, it's more of comfort as it kept me warm and comfy throughout my trip.

Here are some of the outfits I wore during my autumn adventure in Seoul, South Korea.

Wednesday, November 22, 2017

Autumn in Seoul, South Korea



Autumn. It's the time of the year when the shades of crimson and orange dominate the landscape. There are reasons why it is easy to fall in love with Autumn - the climate is not too cold, I get the chance to wear layers of clothes and coats, something that I can't do in the Philippines where it is forever hot and humid, and the changing landscape is just scenic.

Last week, I got the chance to revisit Seoul again, this time in the middle of the Autumn season.

Monday, November 20, 2017

What it is Like to Experience Winter in South Korea

Making my way downtown...

Growing up in a tropical country where it is perpetually hot and humid all year round, snow is an alien term to me. When I was ten, I always see it in movies and some photos of my friends who went to the US. They have one thing in common -  they all enjoyed it. Their smiles were infectious and genuine. It's a smile that I can't have even if I bask in the heat of the sun and try to enjoy the beach while lying on the sand. It's not fun when you're pretending sand as snow.

Earlier this year, I traveled more than a thousand miles to the north, a journey that I wouldn't forget.

Friday, November 3, 2017

A Day in Manly Beach and Sydney Central Business District



The sun finally showed up its might and glory on my third day in Sydney. I really thought that it would still rain, and that would really suck if it really did.

I woke up at half past nine in the morning, which was kind of late. But since we weren't actually in a hurry, we left the flat at half past 10. The crisp, cold Spring morning was a perfect day to explore more of Sydney's suburb communities.

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