SONGKRAN MEMORIES

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Sturmfrei(adj.) – the freedom of not being watched by a parent or superior; being alone at a place and having the ability to do what you want.   As I’m writing this, I’m green with envy for all the people who are in Chiang Mai right now. It has been 2 years since I went […]

Bucas Grande: It Just Happened

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  I was given a chance to fly to Surigao City for free. And yeah, free is almost always good in my vocabulary. Problem is, I didn’t know what to do in Surigao and I had barely 3000 pesos in my travel fund. But what the heck, there’s no way I’m gonna say “no” to […]

How Did You Fall in Love with Solo Travel?

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“My alone feels so good, I’ll only have you if you’re sweeter than my solitude.” – Warsan Shire Not everyone is open to the idea of solo travel. Some might even dread the thought of taking on the world alone. To some, travelling itself is scary enough, let alone travelling by lonesome. Humans, as social beings, […]

10 Things To Do In Melaka

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Melaka has long been known not just for its rich culture but also for its important role in history. It served as the center for trade between Europe and Asia for centuries. Today, Melaka no longer connects East and West in terms of trade. It has took on a new role of connecting the past […]

Hostel Review: Backpacker’s Freak Melaka

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I stumbled upon this hostel while I was walking around the town of Melaka looking for a cheap place to stay. When I arrived in Melaka, I went straight to Blacksmith road and Jonker street to find a place to stay for the night since I was told that these are the streets where most […]

Melaka Travel Guide

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  I’m sure most of us have come across the “Malacca” or “The Straits of Malacca” in our History class back in high school. You know, about the trade that happened here(blah! blah! blah!) How the Straits of Malacca connected east and west as it became the center for trade ages ago because of its […]

Melaka: UNESCO World Heritage City in Under 1,000 Pesos a Day

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3 weeks ago, I went on a trip to Malaysia for the 6th time. This time, I decided to go straight to Melaka, one of UNESCO’s world heritage sites. I spent 3 days and 3 nights in this “Historic City”. To be honest, I’ve always thought of Malaysia as an expensive country to travel in […]

The Sunrise and the Lighthouse

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I woke up just as the sky started turning blue with that little tinge of light from nowhere. Before my eyes were completely open, I splashed whatever’s left from the bottle of water that was naturally chilled by the cool sea breeze from the night before. I had just enough light from the sky to […]

Thailand Series: 3 Weeks in Thailand for 17,000 Pesos

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  That’s less than 1000 Pesos($22) a day!   When I decided to go on my Epic Summer trip to Thailand in 2013, I only had 2 things in mind – Songkran and the Full Moon Party in Koh Phangan, nothing else. Like most of my trips, it’s spontaneous…sort of. But this isn’t like one […]

Mountain View Nature Park’s Rope Course: Not a Walk in the Park

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If you’ve been to Cebu before, you would know that you’ll never run out of fun things to do here. From swimming with the Whale Sharks in Oslob to diving with a million sardines in Moalboal or the Thresher sharks in Malapascua. Not to mention trekking all the way to the Osmena peak or taking […]

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