Luljetta’s Hanging Garden and Spa

TREAT YOURSELF A BALINESE KIND OF BREAK:           Are you thinking about how to please yourself with countless comfort and a bagpacking breakout this weekend? Let’s get into the details! We’ll take you on an instant snap tour and show you about our recent Antipolo journey. Location: Loreland Farm Resort Brgy….

Bukchon Hanok Village

A home to hundred traditional houses Philstar says, traveling gives us a lot of great memories we can always look back on. Getting out of our comfort zone opens the mind to more ideas and possibilities. And while it gives us a peek into how the rest of the world lives, it also makes us…

Gyeongbogkung Palace

The Palace of Shining Happiness Well, traveling to South Korea has been one of my bucket list in my recent years. I am fascinated with the culture and history that I’ve learned during my elementary days, supplemented by the success of their Korean Pop Culture (BTS, 2ne1, Big Bang, etc.), Korean Dramas (Love in the…

Mount Samat National Shrine

A castle on the hill Finding a place for a light travel ends up being a challenge every day and the idea of being in love with the cities and nature I’ve never been to and people I’ve never met fill my appetite of excitement. I hardly collect all of my senses when we are…

Bencab Museum and Café Sabel

A must-go in Baguio Café Sabel will give you an array of unique menus that comes with fresh ingredients and farm dishes. It is indeed a great escape that supplements BenCab Museum’s awesome view of a mountain spirit. Ambiance is just awesome as heaven giving you a great view of the garden, their stunning farm, the pond,…

Nueva Era: A Hidden Gem of Ilocos Norte

A treasure nestled in the mountains              I’ve came to cross and Instagram post by a Portuguese when I’m scrolling down my feed last week, with a caption that says “When you think you’re owning the mountain, in the end you realize the mountain owns you”. That really strikes me […]

N’Seoul Tower

Namsam’s Best It has always been a good idea for me to read travel stories these days because it boosts my appetite and itchiness to pack-up my bags and go see a different world, on my own ways. It is that in opening our eyes, explore, and see what is normally seen in in our daily…

Winter in Seoul

My “Holy Shit, I’m in Korea” Moments Icicles. Snowflakes. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow! Having grown up in a non-four season country or city, winter travel has always been exciting and rewarding for me, and to witness an icicle tear drops from the South Korean sky is a dream-come-true. The long…

Jomalig Island

To the golden shorelines and breath-taking emerald green waters of Jomalig… September 22-25, 2016 Image from Google Travel as much as you can, as far as you can, as long as you can. Island hopping, snorkeling, camping, good views, and wide array of white and gold sand beaches, the emerald green beaches of Jomalig Island is a…

Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar

A flashback catch-sight of the past beyond a facade of the present Discovering different values and ways to get by in life is really interesting. It widens our perspective. Stretching far back from my elementary days, my teachers used to say, “Learnings cannot only be found at the four corners of the room”. Aside from…

Nueva Era: A Hidden Gem of Ilocos Norte

A treasure nestled in the mountains              I’ve came to cross and Instagram post by a Portuguese when I’m scrolling down my feed last week, with a caption that says “When you think you’re owning the mountain, in the end you realize the mountain owns you”. That really strike me…

Seoul, South Korea

The Land of the Morning Calm “You lose sight of things but when one day, you’ll be at the place you always wanted to see, everything balances out”        Oprah Winfrey used to say, “The biggest adventure you can ever take is to live the life of your dreams”. Questions like, how can…