Second time in DC and it’s a worthwhile trip! … More It’s D.C.
(Part One: Osaka adventure) Here’s part two of my Japan visit ranging from Days 3 to 8. As soon as we got off Tokyo Station from Osaka, we bought new passes for the subway lines. Tokyo Metro lines are not covered by JR Lines so we have to buy another batch of cards. This does … More Tokyo-venture
I would consider Japan as one of the most visited East Asian countries these days. The country is known for its unique culture that somehow still manages to mix the past and the present. And unlike other Asian countries, Japan was able to merge their cultural heritage to the technological advancement their country is going through. You gotta … More Konnichiwa, Japan! [Osaka and Shinkansen]
First foodie post on WP on our purely foodie adventure in Baguio last December. … More Baguio City Eats
Siem Reap has been a home to majestic temples in Northwestern Cambodia. A day or two of exploration of the city is enough for a glimpse and short experience of the architectural wonders plus gives you spare time to roam other parts of the city. Siem Reap is very accessible even to first time tourists … More Visiting Siem Reap
One of the most revered churches and most famous in the country is the Minor Basilica of our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary of Manaoag. … More The Manaoag Miracle
Let’s hop on a plane and visit one of the safest cities in the world, Singapore! Singapore is the smallest country in Asia, almost just as big as Philippines’ capital. Going for a trip to the place would only spare you 3 to 4 days. A lot of people would say that status of living is … More Sightseeing in Singapore