June 6, 2016

It Is Fine to Fall in Love with Santa Barbara

Santa Barbara evokes images of sleek and tall palm trees dotting the road loyal to the coast. Adventure is at the heart of the city. Be it kayaking through the Channel Islands’ caves or trekking around Santa Ynez’s mountains, this quaint coastal city does not disappoint. Plus, there are beaches, wineries, and park to make your day more exciting. To make you more excited for your trip, here are boutique hotels, five among the affordable ones you can find in Santa Barbara.
June 9, 2016
Affordable Hotels in Virginia Beach USA

There Is Nothing More Beautiful Than Getting Lost at La Jolla

Rugged cliffs overlooking the Pacific as it relentlessly hits the shore, empty beaches beckoning you to walk, sunny days warming not only your skin but also your soul and sole are three of the many things waiting for you in La Jolla, a coastal city in California. Its beach culture is something that you would surely love. To help you out with your accommodation, here are boutique hotels, five among the lovely and affordable hotels you can find in La Jolla.
June 10, 2016
How to do your own laundry on your trips

Backpacking Makes You Wear Undies Two Days Straight! Wh-wh-what?!

Otherwise Known as Personally Tested Tips on Doing Your Own Laundry while Traveling One lesson you would learn from backpacking, according to an article I have read online (written by a western female backpacker, if that matters), is that undies could go for two days straight. The reason? Because of the absence of laundromat around. Wow. #Whiteprivilege #Firstworldproblem Suddenly, I felt very lucky to grow up in a household that taught me, my sisters, and brothers to handwash our own undies and eventually our own clothes at the age of 10. I could not speak for other Asian travelers, but we […]
June 11, 2016

Five Things Solo Filipina Travelers Have to Deal With

For most of my travels, I’ve been moving out and about on my own, which I love very much and makes me vulnerable to all sorts of weird quips and questions from people that I met on the road. A few days ago, a friend posted on Facebook about her funny encounter with a bus driver who mistook her for a Japanese tourist (what with her golden brown skin and Cebuano accent) and then proceeding with a relentless conclusion that she’s a Filipina with a foreigner for a husband. Now, it’s not that I’m all hate and rage about I […]