With over half a million population, Bremen is the largest city on the Weser River and is the capital of the German Federal State Free Hanseatic City of Bremen. It is also the smallest and least populous among 16 German states.  Being a commercial and industrial city, it has a reputation as a working-class city where big multinational companies made...
My fascination with Lisboa and Portugal, in general, started when I was in elementary school (Grade 4). I used to keep a travel guide on Lisbon which I stole in our old library and from time to time, I would imagine myself in Lisboa wondering in one of the small alleys, absorbing to a piece of lonely fado music while sipping a traditional...
Day One. Brussels to Barcelona After less than an hour of flight delay in Brussels-Barcelona and picked up our luggage, we immediately went out of the airport past midnight and found our good friend Omar. I met Omar in one of the mountain summits in Morocco. From then on, I know we will be good friends and finally got the...
First Day. Liège to Luxembourg After 10 days of hibernation in Belgium meeting friends and family, cleaning private gardens of good friends and several hikes, we finally hit the road to Luxembourg. We took the bus 1001 from Liège to Arlon passing quaint villages and farms. It was a great idea to drop by a bit in Arlon and explore....
Manila to Kota Kinabalu A little preparation was paid off by a lifetime experience I had in Kota Kinabalu and Kudat. If I have to reminisce about my past travel experience, this is one of my most memorable. The plane departed in NAIA Terminal 4 on time and landed in KKIA Terminal 2 a bit early than my expected arrival. The...
Food is life and it’s always part of our travel. This article summarizes all the delicious food I had tried before and after climbing 6 mountains in 6 days in Central Java, Indonesia. From Jakarta to Bali, Indonesian cuisine is one of the best I had in my traveling years. It always amazes me how simply they turn a...
With the extended visa-free for Filipinos visiting Taiwan, more Pinoys are encouraged to travel in this small island country 746 miles away from the Philippines. The visa-free program will remain in effect until July 31, 2019, and be reviewed for possible extension.  According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Taiwan, the visa-free trial has already yielded positive results,...
My second most favorite province in Panay Island. This enchanting province makes me come back from time to time. Probably due to the unique beauty and experience it offers to its visitors. From majestic mountains of Mt. Madja-as to the crystal clear waters of Malalison Island and to various cultural activities, one will never be bored in Antique. Located...
1st day A word of mouth took me to this secluded town in the north Palawan. Never imagined that there exists a place like this. I had no idea that after a long trip from El Nido, I will be carried away with long riptides, magical sunsets and one of the best beach walk in my life. The bone-jarring trip from...
Been to this laid-back paradise twice in 2014 and 2017. I am still amazed by the raw beauty of this beach which stretches along the coastlines of 4 barangays. So tranquil with few resorts dotting on the west part of the 14km long beach. It’s a newly opened airport in June 2018 which serviced Philippine Airlines is the most...

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