So I am sharing with you one of the favorite things I have ever done! I have been wanting to have a World Map frame on my wall because like you, I love traveling and I want to travel the world. It also reminds me that there are greater things out there, bigger opportunities and more people you can meet. You just need to get out there, out of your box and do your thing!
This Heritage Village is actually one of the 14 finalists for the 7 Wonder Cities of the World and it made me proud, knowing that it's from the Philippines. So I took the time to check it out and was so happy that I was able to visit Vigan City. After unpacking and a little … Continue reading VIGAN
Tito Alex's friend dropped us off in the hotel so we could freshen up a bit and fix our stuff. We stayed at My Vigan Home Hotel.
Hidden Garden | Baluarte (Chavit Singson)
A few more stop overs before Vigan! First stop: Marcos Museum and Mausoleum (Taking photos weren't allowed at the mausoleum) Taken outside of the museum, there were a lot of people and we had to wait a bit in line so I bought some fresh (so fressssshhhh) Buko (coconut) juice first. And I must say, I … Continue reading Marcos Museum and Mausoleum
After a long day, we headed to Hannah's Resort, where we stayed for a night. It was a big piece of land and a part of it was still being developed but there were a lot of activities to do like the usual banana boat and jet ski though the popular one was the Blue … Continue reading Pagudpud Beach | Hannah’s Resort
Moving on to the next destination: Kapurpurawan Rock Formation. I was so in love with nature that I didn't mind the strong winds blowing and pushing me that I almost stumbled down the rocks.
After a glimpse of Ilocos' History, we headed to the Burgos Lighthouse in Cape Bojeador in which they said there were ghosts in some parts of the place and should be extra careful (I never liked such scary stories). Anyway, the view from the top was amazing and it was cold and windy that the … Continue reading Cape Bojeador
After the sand adventure, we took some time to check out the Museo Ilocos Norte, a mini museum that showed how life was before in Ilocos.
I felt like I started my year right by travelling on New Year's Day (and yes this is a late post) and was so glad I didn't back out.I got invited by my bestfriend, Gail, to travel with her and her family to Ilocos, Philippines. At first, I was kind of unsure because my cousin … Continue reading LAOAG | LA PAZ – ILOCOS NORTE
We had our company outing at All Hands Beach Resort located in Zambales, Subic. It was a nice resort and the sand was quite fine! The entrance fee is P350 plus environmental protection fee of P150. Though since it was summer, the place was full of tourists, families and groups of friends but there are … Continue reading ALL HANDS BEACH RESORT
Our Airbnb was the best! It was pretty neat and exquisite so for me it's worth a hundred stars! It's a 3-4 minute walk to the beach and I was like - Yes! beach. We met the owner who was a half Filipino and we also had a great time with him - such a … Continue reading AIRBNB | BONDI ROAD SYDNEY
This is the last two stops of our tour - Tumalog Falls and Cuartel Ruins. This is only one of the many waterfalls you can find in Oslob plus I wasn't able to go to Kawasan Falls, the famous one, which is I think an hour or two away from where we were. The water, … Continue reading Tumalog Falls & Cuartel Ruins
I was so happy in finally meeting these beautiful gentle giants unexpectedly. Funny because I have been thinking about this for months and planning how I can see these whales on a budget and second, if I was to travel with a companion or not. It's so hard to schedule with your friends because all … Continue reading Whale Shark Watching, Tan-Awan Oslob
I had a recent business trip to Cebu and it was an exciting one because it was my first time and actually flew there for FREE. One of the perks of my job and so I had one Sunday off, this is one of the places I went to - Bluewater Sumilon Island resort. It's … Continue reading Sumilon Island
There are a lot of questions asked when it comes to my Single-Mom life and the top ones I hate are: Sayang naman. Is there a chance the two of you will get back together? (NO and it is not sayang) Don't you two think about your daughter? We do and we care and we … Continue reading Why I’m a Single/Mom.
This was actually last November 2017 so this post is a little late. Also, this is my second visit for the same year (first was end of May 2017). But even so, I want to share with you guys my experience in this wonderful surfing haven. I've been into surfing ever since La Union and … Continue reading Baler, Aurora
Do you ever find yourself laughing and then the next minute you're just staring blankly into space? It's like your train of thought never stops and it travels everywhere. Floating mixed words and sentences trying to figure whether you should do this or do that. This situation has led me to be aware that this … Continue reading I’m good, just tired. How anxiety affects me.
There's a lot of activities in my 2018 list and visiting new cafes and restaurants with my friends is one of them. Usually I go with Tina because we just agree on everything and besides, we are each other's photographers. We love cafes because we love to work, catch up and eat together so it's … Continue reading Tyler’s Cafe – Katipunan
This trip is my most unplanned so far. We were just talking about it and that day we checked the schedule for our transportation then went the next day. It was only an overnight thing and I wished we could have stayed for at least 3 days. Being such a short trip, we were able … Continue reading LA UNION SURFING
Since slip/jumper dresses are a thing today, I decided to share how I style them the casual chic way: Choker: Lilith PH Cami Dress: Hanyanza Offshoulder Top: Go and Shop PH Heels: Zalora Slip Dress: Kaye Vintage Top: Oh K! White Sneakers: Zalora Accessories: Serafina Store PH Top: Shop 3Fifty Jumpshorts: Kulasa 99 Sling Bag: … Continue reading Styling: Slip Dress + Jumpshort
Like any other person, I also dream to travel around the world. For me travelling is like reading a book, it opens your mind to a lot of ideas, learning, getting lost in a new world or dimension and an imagination that has come to life and you'll never want to stop. I was given … Continue reading SYDNEY 2016
Moving on from the unique Filipino dishes we had, I got so excited to have finally landed on the streets of Lilac where Milieu, our second stop, is located. The interiors of Milieu is industrial and very simple which gives it a manly vibe. It actually reminds me of sports bars where I can imagine … Continue reading Marikina Food Hop: Milieu
I got lucky when my friend invited me to join them in trying four different restaurants in Marikina. Who am I to say no to that! I love food trips and this is definitely as exciting as it sounds. It is actually my first time to eat out here in Marikina and the first resto we visited … Continue reading Marikina Food Hop: Drei’s Cuisine
Me before with mi familia I wanted to share this progress after 8 weeks of work out. Being a mom, it was hard to keep in shape for me especially that I have a bit of excess skin and stretchmarks which I call my zebra marks - also the reason why I always wear high … Continue reading WHITE OUT
WITH THE COUSINS GIANT SWING ROLLER COASTER ZIP LINE GRABBED FROM SNAPCHAT LOL KOREAN FOOD AFTER A LONG DAY! DONENOO AT THIS KOREAN TOWN NEAR CLARK. Another place we went to for more physical activities near the Metro. It was a Saturday so there were a lot of people in line and what we got … Continue reading SANDBOX
We wanted to take our cousin out on an adventure that's just a few hours away from Manila so we went hiking in Tinipak Daraitan, Sampaloc, Tanay Rizal. I never thought there was something like this in Rizal and it was so beautiful like the water was so clear and it was clean! It's good … Continue reading TINIPAK RIVER HIKING
DAY 1 This is definitely our chill place when we need a break from the city stress. We were supposed to go to Subic but we weren't able to plan well so we decided to just stay here since we just wanted to relax and have our wine by the sea. Wine stash!! Plus the … Continue reading AMARA TERRAZAS
We've been hearing about this technology that they use in making accessories and even clothing details in the fashion industry. Now it can create a dress or clothing, in general, that mimics a fabric's characteristics promoting comfortability and ease of movement as it follows the body's shape and motion. So what's making this buzz?3D PRINTING … Continue reading FASHION INNOVATION
Decided to post this in a separate blog and here it is 🙂 Honestly, I told myself before leaving the house that I had nothing to wear and that I was lazy to dress up. So I pulled off some simple turtle neck top with a black pencil skirt with slit to show my feminine … Continue reading OOTD FOR BLOGGER BABES ASIA LAUNCH
Nasugbu, Batangas Philippines 20 minutes away from Forest Cove Me, Suikhi and Ean Infinities. Looking at the beautiful sunset. Capturing the sunset Cousins and Ean 🙂
Terrazas Punta Fuego Nasugbu, Batangas Philippines The Clubhouse We brought our cousin from Australia and his friend here before they went back so that they could experience the beach here in the Philippines. We definitely enjoyed our stay and the amenities were well maintained plus the staff were accommodating. It's a good place for those who … Continue reading Forest Cove Beach