I braved South Korea alone without having second thoughts. I knew I needed this breather after getting bummed up with academics, job, family, relationships, and all in between. My life was made of both sugar and spice but not everything nice. I had all the ups and downs and managed to still get up and … More Things I learned through Seoul Searching and Busan Contemplation
I’ve heard a lot of people say that travelling alone was never fun. Some might equate it to loneliness and many would claim that it’s gonna be scary in a foreign country when you don’t know anyone. Invalidating all of those, I say not trying to travel alone, in a foreign country, is scarier. … More ONEderwoman in South Korea
Couldn’t get over this most terrific exchange program I was in so far. So many connections established, camaraderie gained, and learning digested. Thank you, United States of America! 🙂
I can barely remember the times when I have had my vacation- I mean not related in any way of work and studies. I guess this trip has compensated the things that I was lacking just right after graduation- friends, adventure, and me-time. Though I was surrounded by sets of lovers, just then I thought … More Pampered in Cebu City
Conquering Jakarta in the first quarter of 2014 has never been a dream for me. I never thought that this trip will make my January awesome. Again, I am blessed to have this kind of experience, a once in a lifetime opportunity. I stayed in Jakarta for almost 5 days, and I never failed to … More Indonesia, is that you?
Upon arrival– We arrived in Tokyo Narita International Airport in the night of May 25th. When we were about to make a line in the immigration, I observed that the employees that were facilitating were very hospitable and caring. Even if they still don’t know us, we really received a very warm welcome. Day 1- … More Remnants of Japan Experience