Tag: Travel

Beautiful view of Panagsama Beach

Moalboal Travel Guide: Staycation in the New Normal (July 2021)

The pandemic has really changed a lot of us and for more than a year, most of us were all stuck in our home. It doesn’t look like we’re going back to our old lives anytime soon and the best way we can deal with this new normal is to embrace it.

Now that a lot of tourist destinations are opening up its doors for local tourists, it seems like a staycation once in a while is very much needed. I’m glad we chose Moalboal this time because it was a staycation that I would love to do over and over again.

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Picture-perfect Burgas Beach

TOP 5 things to do in Bulgaria all year round

Can’t decide which season is the perfect timing to visit Bulgaria? I understand the importance of deciding ahead of time because even though I’m the queen of misadventures, I’m afraid I’ll never gracefully master how do we deal with failed OOTDs, failed itinerary and a failed expectation. Emphasis on the last part, I’m sure nobody wants to deal with that… ever. So if you fancy going to Bulgaria but still can’t make up a fixed plan, here’s a guide that might help you get around this beautiful country in the Balkans– even if you decide to book that last-minute flight.

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Keukenhof Castle front yard

Visit Kasteel Keukenhof and the secret garden in Lisse

Did Keukenhof ring a bell? Pretty sure you’re thinking of the vast tulip field in Lisse which only opens during the Spring season but it’s not what this post is all about. Unfortunately, I was too late to catch this flower show during my visit last August. This, however, did not stop me and my boyfriend to travel all the way to Lisse to see what remains of this spectacular garden which eventually led us to a different secret garden in the heart of Kasteel Keukenhof.

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Lost in Hong Kong

What I learned from getting lost in Hong Kong on a 12-hour layover

12 hours seems so short for all of them yet, I had all the time to get lost. What a day! In the end, I was able to do only less than half of my plans. As I came to reflect on this trip, I can’t help but to ask myself, “Did I really waste my time this time?”. To wrap everything up, here are the things that I learned from getting lost in Hong Kong on a 12-hour layover.

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Hong Kong attractions and buildings

My 12-hours layover to sight-see Hong Kong attractions failed

Layovers can be boring or exciting. It depends on how you make the most out of it but most of the times, it surely depends if the Passport Control officers allow you to pass the gate without sacrificing a chicken to the travel gods. HAHA! My trip to Bulgaria was surely a long one and with the 12 hours layover in Hong Kong, it seems like forever! But all thanks to the visa-free policy, I had the chance to sight-see these Hong Kong attractions… or not.

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unique souvenir all over the world

Here’s your GUIDE to find UNIQUE souvenirs around the world

Photos help keep good memories but let’s just admit it… we always find something to take home at the end of our trips. Aside from chocolates, keychains, fridge magnets, and coasters are the most popular souvenirs to bring home to our friends and family that most of us now have a mountain of piled keychains or a wall of fridge magnets at home. So to give you an idea for your next travel goal, I compiled unique souvenirs that you can find when traveling around the world.

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two people standing horizon sunset

Bloggers all over the world share their epic travel fails (Part 4)

Hello, friends! So we finally came to the last part of this travel misadventure series. For this week, the last five epic travel fails will give us a whirlwind of emotions– anxiety, frustration, excitement? I’m pretty sure we’ve all been in the same kind of situation as these bloggers so without further adieu, here is the last set of epic travel fails as told by bloggers from all over the world.

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