Every Christmas and New Year’s I go back to the Philippines to spend time with my family who live there. Each time I visit, we try to top the previous year’s holiday vacation excursions as a family. Last year, I was able to swim with Whale Sharks in Oslob, just south of Cebu City. This… Continue reading Top 10 Things to do in Bohol, Philippines
Explore Phang Nga Bay This was one of my favorite places to visit while staying in Phuket. Phang Nga Bay has beautiful greenish blue waters with amazing tours to visit James Bond Island, many caves and plenty of areas to swim.
In honor of Earth Day today, April 22, I wanted to do something to remind travelers that they can be more eco-friendly to protect the earth that we love to explore. My new year’s resolution for the last two years have been focused on being more environmentally friendly. As someone who has traveled to many… Continue reading Eco-Friendly Travel Products (Earth Day Edition)
A year ago today I started my blogging about my travels, which was a great stepping stone to recording memories of my travel experiences not only for myself, but to share with readers like you! This “Blog” just started out as a personal diary and a reflection of things I have been able to accomplish… Continue reading My Travel and Blog Anniversary 2015
With my trip to Thailand approaching fast, all I can think about is the nice warm tropical weather, walking around in my swimsuit and laying out on the beach. I made a trip to Santa Cruz for Valentine’s Day because I missed the beach so much and wanted to tan a little before my trip… Continue reading Beach Essentials
I have traveled to many countries and states that have humid climates and the worst thing about humid climates is feeling dirty and sweaty as soon as you step out of the shower. I have always felt unprepared or more exhausted and hot when I have traveled with clothing that didn’t really work for my… Continue reading A Girl’s Clothing Guide to Packing for Humid Climates in Southeast Asia
Swimming with whale sharks was such a surreal experience. It was scary as hell but so exciting to be next to these sweet animals. It was scary because their mouths are huge and when they got close, you think you would get sucked in with the amount of water and food they suck in.
This will be the third year that I have spent Christmas and New Years in the Philippines. Christmas in the Philippines is very much different than Christmas back in the states or even with my family in Korea. Now that I think about it, I think I have had more Christmas and New Year’s in… Continue reading Holidays in the Philippines
Often times I have been asked, how can you afford to travel so much? Wow, you have been to a lot of places, how does your work allow you to travel so much? And the list of questions goes on. As I was reading a blog that I stumbled upon “How to Travel the World When… Continue reading When Travel is YOUR Priority
What can I say about the Philippines? Travel in the Philippines is fairly easy in comparison to other Asian countries because English is more commonly used (FYI: English is taught in all of the schools and is mandatory for testing and classroom settings). So getting around and communicating to someone will make it fairly easy to travel… Continue reading Beginners Guide to the Philippines