May 8, 2016
Affordable Hotels in Virginia Beach USA

Virginia Beach: Where the Ocean Is Your Soundtrack

Virginia Beach is the place where Chesapeake Bay greets and kisses the Atlantic Ocean. It is the city that makes you believe you live an island life: slow and stress-free. You get up in the morning with the ocean breeze breathing life into your being. A life by the coast is a fool-proof remedy to having a balance in everything. Start your accommodation search with these five boutique hotels among the affordable hotels in Virginia Beach. Photo by Mary Pat Collins via trover.com La Quinta Inn & Suites Virginia Beach: For Ocean Seekers and Business Travelers
May 10, 2016
Affordable Hotels in New York

New York City Remains Charming

It must be the energy that affects first-time and repeat travelers alike in New York  City. It must be the excitement to explore the culinary maps of this city that is never afraid of experimenting something, fusing different flavors, different countries on a plate. It must be the nights that are always young, urging to explore, dance, laugh, and drink. Whatever the attraction, New York’s luster never wears off. If you are on the lookout for affordable hotels in New York that will give you luxurious touches and put you in the heart of the city’s culture, you can start with these […]
May 14, 2016

QUEST HOTEL | A Room with a View

To stay in the city on a weekend is rather rare. Most of the time, I would be on a bus or aboard a ship to pursue some places I have never been to. Or revisit some old hangouts like Moalboal. And my recent trip to Siquijor makes me want to include it in the growing list of my weekend affairs. Despite its rarity, I do find myself staying in the city, either marooning myself in my little place and talking to my cats like a crazy cat lady that I am or meeting people that one way or another […]
May 17, 2016

Why Working Some More Instead of Traveling Europe Felt Great

Last month, I emptied my cabinet of clothes and realized I had a lot of second-hand dresses I haven’t worn yet. Sorting out the clothes—what must stay and what must be given away—was not as easy as I thought. I let my small garden at the back die. I moved empty pots after empty pots. Layers of dust piled up on the shelves of books. Cobwebs started to form in corners. My little place, which used to be neat and orderly, mirrored my mind: chaotic, confused, confusing. I was in the process of dehoming. Despite traveling constantly, having my own […]