After the rainy travel days I had in Cebu, I was very blessed to be welcomed in Bohol with the brightest sun. Tropical typhoon had passed the eastern section of Visayas. It was indeed a different view in Bohol. After … Continue reading Brighter in Bohol
Cebu is known as the Queen City of the South. Probably the most popular place to visit in Visayas next to Boracay Island in Aklan. Cebu for me is place of bountiful culture and history. We can never let our … Continue reading Cebu – Backpacking in the South
It was no wonder that I wanted to travel in Taiwan again this year as Taiwan government declared no visa entry for Filipinos until July 2020. I traveled in Taiwan last year and for me it was a comfort to … Continue reading TaiwanMoreTime!
As this was my second time to visit Taiwan, I have thought of travelling to other places not just in Taipei or nearby city. While searching for a place, I found Kaohsiung. ❤ Kaohsiung is the third largest city in … Continue reading Kaohsiung – Queen City of South Taiwan
Cijin or Qijin Island is one of the smallest part of Kaohsiung. This island is becoming popular to those who travel in South for its seafood, surfing and historic monuments. A day tour in Cijin Island is recommendable if you … Continue reading Cijin Island – DIY Day Tour
Taiwan has never been one of the places I want to travel to. For me, it is a city full of tourists and as you know I am not a tourist, I am traveler. I want to travel in places … Continue reading TaiWanderlust!
It was a lazy Sunday in Taipei. On that day, I had no plan where to go. All I know is after months of long working hours, I just wanted to lay in bed and binge in the internet. But … Continue reading Beitou – A Steamy Hot Weekend
As you know, one of the reasons why I travelled in Taiwan is because of Meteor Garden. The biggest Asian series that struck Filipinos heart in early 2000. I planned another DIY travel to Chiayi to visit National Chung Cheng … Continue reading Chiayi – Meteor Garden Day
Jiufen is one of the prime city in New Taipei. During the Japanese occupation in Taiwan, Jiufen was developed to gold mining area. For miners’ entertainment, many tea houses opened along the hillside of Jiufen. Tourists and travelers alike are … Continue reading Jiufen – A Dreamy Day and Night Tour
Shifen Old Street is the biggest village along the Pingxi Railway. Prospered by coal mining on Japanese era. Shifen is also known for sky lantern flying which is famous for tourists. How did I get there? Across my hostel in … Continue reading Shifen – Railways, Lanterns and Waterfalls