Traveling to Hong Kong usually means traveling around the hustle and bustle of the city, doing shopping, try a lot of their foods, do sight seeing which basically just involve the city. Well, Hong Kong chiefly is known for its city’s attractions actually. But what if you take your trip to Hong Kong up to the next level?
Itching for a getaway but the rainy season is just so epal and just ruin your spirit of traveling? Bes, don’t let the rain stop you from doing what you crave! There are tons of choices to choose from for a weekend rainy getaway that is perfect for you. And personally, here’s the best suggestion I can offer! ❤
Summer has already begun, and beaches are getting really mainstream already. Who wouldn’t want to be in the beach this hot weather, right?! Well, I’d say: Yes to beaches! Yes to the sun, sand and sea! But wait there’s more: What about taking your beach trip to the next level? ASK ME HOW.
Sums up my one year of traveling during my 22nd year! To more adventures on my 23rd year
We all know that Boracay is one of the most beautiful island not just in the Philippines but in the world. Well in fact, it was dubbed as the world’s best island in 2012 by Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Awards 2012. But let’s admit it, going to Boracay may be a little bit costly for us. But what if we forget about Boracay first, and head to Calaguas: a secret paradise that is as beautiful (at least almost) as Boracay? G?
Jump, play, slide, chill, and just purely enjoy! This island is absolutely your ultimate getaway haven this summer! You don’t want to miss the fun this place will bring you, right? SO G NA!!
Oh bes, why waste your day lounging lazily in your bed doing nothing but scrolling down your facebook page?! It’s summer, and you’re lucky cause you have that opportunity to travel and make the most out of your day!! But I know, I know, it’s such a struggle to push yourself and travel, cause “bes katamad” or “bes walang pera.” But don’t worry, I have a solution. So get up, get dressed, and I’ll take you to somewhere ain’t that nakakatamad and magastos.
Here’s to unending laughs and ceaseless stories, to sleepless nights and late night conversations, to gazing the skies and catching falling stars, to new discoveries and new perspectives, to the priceless gift of love and comfort, to golden memories, and to new found friends. It was just one weekend, but we had a million memories to keep.