Kalaw to Inle: Henry’s Way


“A Journey is best measured in friends, rather than miles” ~Tim Cahill It’s already been over a year since we set off on a trek from Kalaw to Inle in the Shan state of Myanmar yet here I am spending my Saturday night in a quiet corner of a café reminiscing about every step of […]

Travelling In Contrast

Road that never ends

There are days when you just want to go home and tell your story of how amazing a place is and how friendly the people are, then there are days when you just want to talk to someone that actually speaks your language. Some days you’ll think about the future of a place and what it would […]

To the Friend Who Travels Differently


Dear friend, The other night, you asked me how I travel more than you do and longer than you usually do. You always seem to ask me this same question and to be honest, it’s slowly creeping into my nerves every time you do. So now, I would like to answer this question once and […]

Yangon | Day Trip on a Budget


If you’re planning to go on a trip to Myanmar, you’ll most likely be entering the country through Yangon. You can actually visit most of Yangon’s attractions in 1 day. Earlier, I did just that. The good thing about it is, it’s actually cheap! Just get your shoes(or in my case, slippers) on and just […]

Yangon | First Meal

Street food in Yangon

“My trip doesn’t start until my first meal”. This is what I realized as I’m writing this in the lobby of my hostel on 20th street in downtown Yangon, a block away from the infamous Chinatown and 19th street, Yangon’s equivalent to maybe Pub Street of Siem Reap or Khaosan Road of Bangkok…but not quite. […]

Two Liters to Adventure


Don’t ask me how…but last year I came up with another idea on how to save up for a travel fund. I call it “Two Liters to Adventure”. I know most of us had a piggybank at one point in our lives, well some of us still do. The only difference is what we spend […]

Japan | 10-day Trip Budget


Total Expenses: about ¥110,000 (₱42,000or $920) Let me start off by telling you that it’s true, travelling to and Japan can be quite expensive but contrary to what most people think, it won’t cost you your entire life’s savings. Not even close. But if you compare this trip to any country in your Southeast Asian […]

JR Pass Explained: Is It Worth It?

Japan Rail Pass

“Is the JR Pass worth it?” is a question travellers often ask before going on that dream trip to Japan. Let’s admit it, Japan has this reputation of being an expensive country to travel in and having to spend a hefty portion of your travel budget on a train ticket before you even get there […]

On Travel and Religion


I was recently caught in a conversation with someone from the older generation who, in a rhetorical tone, asked me “Do you believe in God?”, “Do you have a religion?”. And faster than I could clear my throat and ask “Why?”, she added…”Because you are a traveller.”. I almost fell off my chair after being […]

Odaiba | Gundam is Real!

Gundam in DiverCity Tokyo Plaza, Odaiba

Before there were Transformers and before Optimus Prime and Bumble Bee, both the skies and my childhood were ruled by Gundam and Voltes V. Though at age 5 I didn’t understand much about heroes and villains, hearing my brothers talk passionately about this powerful robot made me sleep better at night knowing that Gundam is […]

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