Living in the Philippines, it’s hard not to fall in love with summer and beaches. It’s something that has become a constant in our lives. Heck! Foreigners who have been to the country and spent a mere 10 seconds on the sandy shores of Boracay or emerald waters in Coron can’t help but fall in love so easily.
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.
If you’ve planned a Kansai trip before, you’ve probably come across a lot of articles on travelers experiencing the OKN route.
OKN? What’s that?
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.
Stunning is the perfect word to describe all the things that we experienced during our #Hokkaido2018 trip as it qualifies for all of the word’s textbook definitions. To be extremely impressed and completely astonished or dumbfounded was mostly the reactions we had throughout the whole trip.
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.
When I was a kid, my grandmother would often take us on vacations that included stays in very, very nice hotels.
When I read travel narratives, I sometimes notice that writers tend to leave transits or transfers as one-liners. It’s usually,