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When I started traveling frequently back in 2014, I only had a small pouch designated for my devices. That pouch probably took up 2% of my backpack space. And that’s all I had during my trips then. That pouch. That ONE backpack. Hands-free! Nothing else.
When I was applying for universities back in high school, one institution I really wanted to get into was Ateneo. Aside from its reputation, there was pressure from my grandmother as she really wanted me to study pre-law at the prestigious school.
Reminiscing all my trips this year, it feels vividly fleeting. But during the actual moments, big or small, I maximized every second and felt grateful for it. I had the most amazing trips that every unique travel experience had a favorite factor to it so it was a bit hard to choose my TOP 10! HAHAHA!
Going on YEAR 3 for my annual travel favorites! ENJOY!
If you’re visiting Hanoi to explore & taste the culinary scene, you’ll definitely be overwhelmed by the massive & variety of choices available. I was the one tasked to create our DIY FOOD TRIP and oh wow! I always made sure that I had a snack on hand because the endless images and descriptions of Hanoi food articles and blogs made my mouth water.
Want to experience SNOW for the first time or searching for your next WINTER destination?
Look no further! N I S E K O (Hokkaido’s Snowiest Resort) is the place to be!
In a past article, I wrote: When you’re a kid in an amusement park, you just want to try the first thing that you see. You move from one place to another until you get tired and tell your parents that you want to go home. But when you’re an adult, being in a new amusement park, especially a good one, you dread the part of going home. You just want to maximize your time as much you can.
A few weeks ago, I shared a full write-up of our #Hokkaido2018 trip – STUNNING HOKKAIDO: Experiencing the Best of Winter in Niseko, Sapporo, Sounkyo, Biei, & Lake Shikotsu (Hokkaido Travel & Budget Guide).
I grew up watching a lot of Hollywood films so it came naturally that most of my wants were heavily influenced by ideas and themes from these films.
Being a kid that watched many movies that involved winter or snow scenes and was enchanted by the look of it had a dream far off, maybe unreachable, because I lived in a tropical country.
A great friend wrote to me once, “Good food makes good company & good company makes good memories”. Although I agree that most celebrations usually start with good food, I feel like there’s something missing to this saying. Sometimes, food becomes more amazing depending on WHERE you have it.