Son Tinh & Vietnam Beers

Beers are important part of a human’s life! (Please forgive that very biased statement! Haha)  And as I explore Vietnam from South to North, please forgive me, but I didn’t find any difference between Saigon Beer and Hanoi Beer (and Saigon Beer Green and Red!). But I do find their difference among other beers that I’ve tried, they’re lighter and easy to drink. 🙂 They’re … Continue reading Son Tinh & Vietnam Beers

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Tagaytay “Peaceful” Weekend Itinerary

It’s always nice to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city every once in a while and find some time to have some time alone for reflection and meditation.  For me, Tagaytay is still the best place for keeping in touch with your self and be aware of whatever is happening in your surroundings and relationships. Because it’s just an hour (or two … Continue reading Tagaytay “Peaceful” Weekend Itinerary

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Siem Reap: some pieces for home

“The air is different here,” that was my first description of Siem Reap, the home of the largest Hindu temple of the world, (and the place that I was dreaming about exploring by boat for the past months) and a place for the second largest airport in Cambodia and most “touristy”.As I wander around the town by foot and by the usual Tuk Tuk that … Continue reading Siem Reap: some pieces for home

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Some people think that eating “balut” is a challenge in X Factor, some people likes it too much that they even make it to several different dishes. As a Filipino, I prefer eating it the traditional way: boiled with vinegar or salt.  You might or may not agree with me, but the taste of balut brings me memories of home that only belong to the … Continue reading

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This is my favorite suspense thriller travel video so far. Haha. I think it’s totally not making any sense but I just really love the fun. It was actually our anniversary trip last February and while in an island in Palawan, we just got so hooked in video editing that we even had a competition between the two of us. 🙂 Well, I like how … Continue reading

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What I learned about Surfing

On top of my list when I was in my early 20s (Goodness! I’m saying this now!) was to surf, first was to climb a mountain. I usually have a timeline for my plans, Climb a mountain: 18, Travel abroad: 25, (both were realized before the deadline by the way. haha) but for surfing, it was just in my list but I never believed in actually … Continue reading What I learned about Surfing

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