Traveling by foot and seeing a destination is one thing, but exploring culture through taste and unfamiliar flavors is a whole new realm. This was something that I’ve learned during my short visit in Ho Chi Minh City – a city bustling with life, colors, and great food.
Visiting the Cu Chi Tunnel and some life reflections about life and war.
Ho Chi Minh City: What to see, what to skip, and everything else in between.
“2.5 Million.” I blinked twice in disbelief. “Are you sure?” I asked quickly, hoping that this was all a mistake.
Among the many ways to describe me as a person, “outgoing” would definitely be the least fitting. I know many would disagree, with friends chiming in that I may be a jolly and crazy person to be with, but in all seriousness, I don’t consider myself to be an extrovert. […]
The Hundred Islands National Park in Alaminos, Pangasinan is a top tourist destination in the Philippines because of its fine sand beaches and clear blue water. Consisting of 124 islands and islets, the Hundred Islands never fails to attract tourists who want to have a peaceful and enjoyable time away […]
There is no doubt that Ilocos is one of the most beautiful provinces in the country. With its gorgeous natural landscapes and historical destinations, it is no wonder why travelers are captivated by its beauty. Mark and I were given the chance to explore the province, both Ilocos Sur and […]