I lost count of the days we have been under quarantine due to the Enhanced Community Quarantine. April is ending in a few weeks and there is still no sign of COVID-19 fading away anytime soon. So with that said, we might still be locked up inside our homes or be cautious when going outside. Unfortunately, this affected lots of our plans. Personally, mine are several travel plans and one of which is my Bangkok trip this June.
Whenever we think of Christmas vacations, on top of our head or Baguio or Tagaytay. Or if you are feeling extra, you’d probably find yourself abroad in Hongkong or Japan. Well, those are the common go-to destinations every Christmas break. But I am not one to go to the usual places. I like trying out new things. I like exploring the unusual, the unbeaten path. So, why don’t you check out Kawit jn Cavite this season and experience #PaskongKawiteno like I did!
For the past 27 years, my birthdays have just come and go. Just like how I wanted them- no big parties, no huge celebrations, no crowd- just me and my family having dinner at a restaurant or a buffet. To be honest, I never wished for anything grand. After all, it was just a day! This year, on my 27th, I wanted to try something new. I planned to have that special day by myself. I wanted to celebrate it on my own and my initial plans were either to revisit Bangkok or stay in La Union and Baguio. Coincidentally, a hotel in Tagaytay reached out to me, inviting me to stay with them for a night and I thought, “hey! I can spend my birthday here instead!” And that’s exactly what happened. Bingers, let me share with you my experience at One Tagaytay Place!
Bingers! Are you ready for summer? Got those plans yet? Have you booked your hotel reservations yet? Do you already know where to go? But most of all, are you ready to experience traffic and a huge crowd in, say, La Union or Baguio? If not, well, let’s go somewhere new, somewhere off the beaten track. Let’s head up north to Nueva Ecija at Armando’s Garden Resort! We got the details so make sure to read this one!
Ready for more adventures, Bingers? On the first part of my Bataan experience, I shared with you the food and stories of the pretty province of Bataan. I am sure most of you craved for more. Well, wait no more because on the conclusion of my entry about this province, I will share with you the main reason we were invited by Bataan Tourism- the Pawikan Festival. But it’s not just all that, Bataan Tourism also toured us to a must-visit destination in the province, giving us a taste of the history of our country- Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Excited? Well, let’s get to it!
Let’s start 2019 with travel, history, and stories, Bingers! So, got any upcoming travel plans to welcome the year? In this stormy weather, most likely, many of us would want to just stay at home and cozy up for the remaining days of our holiday break. But once the sun starts to shine again, you might want to head up north and indulge in the beauty and history of Bataan. Last December, Bataan Tourism, invited me along with other blogger to witness Pawikan Festival and take the best of what the province has to offer along the way. Read up as I share with you the great things that made me fall in love with the humble province of Bataan.
This is a weird thing for a lifestyle, entertainment, and travel blogger like me to say but I have never been to Singapore. I have never even been out of the country- well not until December when I visit Bangkok, Thailand. Most of my travels happened locally. However, most of my friends have visited Singapore and the most common sentiment from them is that it is a expensive place to visit! There are Universal Studios and Marina Bay Sands among the top-rated tourist destinations. There is so much to do in a day for a traveler. And there is no better way to cap off a night than to stay in a great accommodation.
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