Bali 2018: Monkeys, Traffic, Sweltering Heat, and a Well-deserved Break

After working my ass off in a myriad of things, I finally got a vacation. No, I was not able to settle everything that I wanted settled before boarding the plane to wonderland; certain circumstances just wouldn’t permit it. But I had my leave filed a month before my trip and my immediate superior at … Continue reading Bali 2018: Monkeys, Traffic, Sweltering Heat, and a Well-deserved Break

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Travel Notes: Bolinao

Last weekend I found myself chasing seagulls in Bolinao with the significant human. I’m turning 28 soon and she thought that we can use the Halloween season (read: vacation season) to do an early celebration. Of course we can. One of the first things you would learn as a working adult is that other than … Continue reading Travel Notes: Bolinao

Cambodia 2016: Visiting Our Khmer Neighbors

This is a long post. In fact this is our longest post to date. It is because we mixed our advices, tips, and recommendations with the narrative of our experience. We'd of course appreciate it if you're going to read everything but we prepared quick notes in the end. Thanks for visiting! Cambodia is a … Continue reading Cambodia 2016: Visiting Our Khmer Neighbors

Revisiting Wartime Philippines in Corregidor Island

For such a small country, the Philippine islands have a colorful history. This makes traveling around the country not only visually satisfying but also knowledge-enriching. Personally, I got several reasons to celebrate the month of February. But my idea of celebration is rarely a fancy dinner or some house party. My preference for minimal human interaction makes … Continue reading Revisiting Wartime Philippines in Corregidor Island