Kalye Serye Cebu: The Beautiful Sleepy Coastal Town of Boljoon

Boljoon, Cebu

Everything has its beauty, but not everyone sees it. The great Confucius had it right because I truly realized what it means after opening my eyes a little more to the unconventional beauty of what's around me. This is my second to the last installment of SouthWalk2017 as I feature the last two towns we visited.

1K-Peso Challenge: When Bloggers Are Offline For 24 Hours

Bacalla Woods Campsite, San Fernando

If you're like me who live and breathe online, it might be difficult to escape the digital world. My work revolves around web content and social media so it's natural that I spend most of my time online. But tell you what, I always try to find time to be offline especially during weekends.

Beat The Summer Heat At JPark Island Resort And Waterpark

JPark Island Resort And Waterpark Cebu

Summer is just around the corner and there's no denying that everyone's itching to go somewhere they can chill, relax, and beat the summer heat. Beach, swimming pools, waterfalls, and basically anywhere with water element are always a hit. With so many go-to resorts in Cebu, there's no shortage of destinations... but JPark Island Resort and Waterpark truly stands out from the rest.

The Best Of British: Where To Go On Your UK Vacation


*This post is contributed by Ellie Jo for Blissful Snapshots. Featured photo from Pixabay.

So, you’ve decided to visit the UK on your next vacation. Now, it’s time to start planning where to go and what to see. Although this island is small, there’s a heap of places that merit your attention, so listen up! Here are some of the best spots Britain has to offer. 

Handy Travel Gadgets You Should Never Set Off Without

*This post is contributed by Ellie Jo for Blissful Snapshots. Featured photo from Pixabay.

When you’re traveling, especially as a photographer, it can seem as though you pack more gadgets and equipment than you do clothes and toiletries. But these gadgets are what bring that little bit more comfort, security, or enjoyment when you’re on the road. 

Traveling is full of uncertainties, and it can be really reassuring to know that you can charge your cell phone on the move, and that you have an almost infinite number of books available at your fingertip. If you’re about to jet off to somewhere exotic, make sure you travel with these.

Travel Talk: Sage Advice For Gap Year Travel Anxiety

*This post is contributed by Ellie Jo for Blissful Snapshots. Featured photo from Pexels.

Traveling on your gap year is, without a doubt, one of the best things you can do. However, it can also be an incredibly scary experience. The world can seem a vast place, full of different cultures and attitudes. And it’s no surprise that many young people approach their year of travel with a sense of trepidation - which could, ultimately, prevent them from getting off to the best possible start - or maybe even going at all. 

7 Things I Wish I Did During My First International Travel

There wasn't a single regret in my spine when I first traveled internationally. As you might have read from my previous posts, it was an insanely blissful trip and one for the books. I'm definitely going to do it again in the future if time and budget permit.

Kalye Serye Cebu: Of Buntings, Beginnings, And Endings in Dalaguete

San Guillermo de Aquitania Church, Dalaguete

It's a bit funny that most of the churches we visited during our SouthWalk had a wedding ceremony ongoing. It wasn't surprising though because it was Sunday when we went. I've been to Dalaguete before but only because it's the famous jump-off for those who wish to climb the highest point in Cebu - the OsmeƱa Peak

Humans of Ho Chi Minh: I Don't Know Them But I'd Never Forget Them

Ho Chi Minh City Hall

If there's one thing I regret doing during my last trip, it was that I didn't take photos of the memorable and helpful people my friends and I met along the way. I mean it seems like an obvious thing to do - to photograph people - but somehow, it didn't occur to me that time.

Looking for Summer Outfits? Never Run Out of Choices with StyleWe

It's almost summer in the Philippines! And although it's been raining from time to time lately, there's no denying that the summer season is just around the corner. I think you know what it means! Summer means more adventures that require us to escape but still enjoy the warmth of the season. 

What I Learned From Traveling with Friends in A Foreign Country

The idea of international travel has been more of a want for me than a need. I'm not really the type who will religiously check airline promo seats or piso fares everyday unless I plan on going home to my hometown. For some insane reasons, the ticket price to Gensan is usually more expensive than most local destinations, and even some Southeast Asian countries.

Travel Diary: Because They Say You'll Never Forget the First Time

travel diary

It must be my fault because I find it interesting to write in a non-linear fashion, so forgive me. ;) If you've been reading my blog for some time now, you'll know that I've already written a lot about my first international travel so this is pretty much the prequel of everything I have written so far.