Three years. So much has happened in three years time. Instagram was born and everyone’s into vlogging nowadays…but seeing the places I have visited through captured images bring a sweet sense of nostalgia. I remember the time we joined a group tour to see Salzburg in Austria.
I always like to take a little something with me as a reminder of my travels, something I can use to look back and reminisce about the fantastic time I had. Especially for Filipinos, we always love bringing home “pasalubong” to our friends and family. Not to mention, displaying such a memento around the home… Continue reading Keepsakes from Paris
The Versailles garden took 40 years to complete. It was designed by Andre Le Notre. The garden covers 800 hectares of land. There are 200,000 trees and 210,000 flowers planted annually, as well as 50 fountains. My mother and I parted ways
One of the highlights of our trip to Paris was of course, seeing the Eiffel Tower. We took the Metro and as soon as we got off the train station, we took the bus which dropped us off at the grassy park at the opposite end of the Eiffel Tower.
On New Year’s Day, our entire family decided to check in at the newly built resort near our house in Ilocos Sur. Vitalis Villas is a beautiful Santorini-inspired resort. The Greek-style villas are perched on a mountain cliff, overlooking the beautiful Santiago cove.
Korean street food is part of the adventure when travelling in Korea. There’s no shortage of tasty street food treats to taste. I can eat them everyday. Despite having a free breakfast from the hotel, I looked forward waking up each morning to look for this stall.
As mentioned in my previous post, this hotel came highly recommended by a coworker because of its location. If shopping is one of your main objectives, then I strongly recommend staying in Myeongdong (one of the 4 shopping streets in Seoul.) There are many hotels in Myeongdong at different price ranges. I like J Hill… Continue reading Hotel JHill
Here are some of the places we visited in Taiwan.
Tucked away and hidden in the heart of Tagaytay, this secret garden called Lily Pond is more known by its former name Moon Garden.
Ubud, a town in central Bali, is far removed from the beach party scene in Kuta, and is regarded as the cultural centre of Bali. It is famous as an arts and crafts hub, and much of the town and nearby villages seems to consist of artists’ workshops and galleries.