Four Days in Melbourne, Australia

After spending two weeks in Perth, its now time to head to my next stop, Melbourne. Growing up in a tropical country, and having been living in the sandpit for a couple of years, a very cold weather is something that’s really new to me. Not being sure how far my hostel is from the airport, I took the number of an airport shuttle from the ad I […]

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Underwater Fish-Feeding

While planning our trip to Boracay, I’ve searched for some fun activities that can be done. I’ve contacted our hotel to ask for prices of activities they offer, they sent me the price list the next day. I chose to book the Zipline & Cable Car for Php 1,000.00 each and the Helmet Diving (Underwater Fish Feeding) for Php1,200.00 each. That aftern […]

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Three Days in Boracay, Philippines

Boracay is a small island in the Philippines located approximately 315 km south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in Western Visayas region of the Philippines. We booked a flight through Cebu Pacific Air for PHP 3,782.88 each (one way). Bit expensive, I know. But if you can grab one during their Piso Fair Promo, you’ll b […]

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Exploring Singapore

Excited to have this trip with my son, I went home to the Philippines March 4, 2016. Everything has been planned out. I’ve spoken to several travel agencies to get the best deal for 3 people a couple of months before this trip. Some has given me more than 20k each, some 18k, and finally I found PVTravel and Tours who gave us 16,888 PHP for adu […]

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Our Trip to Hongkong

My very first vacation back home after working for a year in Dubai, I planned to bring my son to Disneyland, Hongkong. Tons of research and inquiries from different tour agencies, and I finally came across Reliable International Travel Services. Got a package for PHP 13,098.00 each, including Ro […]

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Dolphin Watching in Musandam, Oman

It was Saturday morning, March 21st 2015 when we decided to take a long drive from Dubai, UAE to Musandam, Oman and watch some Dolphins in the wild. It was around 3 hours of drive, plus the amount of time we spent at the border getting our visa to Oman. Once you exited Dubai, there really isn’t anything to see, except for mountains and deserts. […]

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