Just three months ago, I was freezing in my room during the winter, so on the last day of March, three weeks before leaving Vietnam. I decided to go on a tour to Nin Bihn, a trip that I had been desiring to do. Thanks to Chris for helping me sort things out. Before anything else, he had always been there for me. So was my friend Tish. When I saw their photos from their travels, I knew I wanted to go with them!
Travel World is especially a page in my blog where you can find all my and ours ( husband and I ) travels together around the world.It is where every single city, town, and country experiences, adventures, journeys, and so many more and collected and compiled all together.With my love for travel and writing, I've been so inspired to inscribe everything in between.My most favorite part of our travel, of course, is the Philippines, where somewhere is sunny every day!This is also my home country, I was born and raised here and I could not deny the fact that I love it with all my heart and soul.I hope you enjoy browsing this page of mine and let's all have a look at a wonderful and exciting journey ahead of us!
During our two-week stay in Hanoi, Chris and I decided to settle in one place unlike what we did when we were in Thailand. Luckily, we chanced upon Zebra Hang Tre Loft on Airbnb. It’s located in the jungle of Old Quarter. The place’s photos posted by the owner caught piqued our interest. As a result, we booked it for 9 nights and 10 days.
Rooftop bar in Hanoi, Love? Of course! “Can we have a blanket, please?” Chris spoke to the staff. “For how many, sir?” the staff asked. “For two, please.” Perplexed.
“Wait. Wait. I do it. Okay. Wait,” a Thai staff exclaimed upon noticing we were about to fix our seat as we got on the train and found our beds. Ah, sleeper train it is! “Finally!” I said to myself. Oh, Okay, sorry. We answered smilingly.
Malaysia Malaysia was my destination when I first traveled solo, so my heart jumped in glee when I set my foot in that country for the third time. Especially when I saw Petronas Twin Towers. They captivated my heart.
A few months back, I went through a series of life crises. I didn’t tell anyone about my problems before making sure that everything fell in its proper place. I just decided to write everything down. You wouldn’t think those days that I was in distress, because on the shell, I was seen as happy and positive person. Everybody thought I was living the life.
“All I want is a decent job without having to leave my mom. Like that lady from our town. We take the same jeepney almost every day. She wears a nice simple uniform—neat with that embroidered company logo on the right chest. San Miguel Beer Corporation. I knew little about her. She doesn’t know me.” Those were the words I uttered as a reply to a family friend lawyer when we bumped into each other one hot summer day back in college. His disappointment palpable. “You have a constricted imagination and goal. You have to dream big and see the world,” he told me. That time, his words barely registered…