It’s more fun in the Philippines! And while there are more popular destinations in the archipelago, from the capital city Manila to Cebu, there are so many other places in the Philippines that are worth visiting even though they’re not as popular.
From Angeles City to Baguio, and this time… Dave of Silver Backpacker will also share how you could travel on the budget in one of the off-the-beaten-path in the Philippines: Bangued, the capital of Abra Province.
So, what could you get in the Philippines for $10? Check this out!
I just realized that in the past few weeks, I covered some cities in the area that I know best: Southeast Asia. Even better, because this week we’re going to cover another city in the region. And this time, we’re going to the Philippines and talk about Baguio City.
So, after we talked about Sihanoukville and Chiang Rai in the past weeks and some other cities in the Philippines like Angeles City, we’re going to talk about how far you could get in Baguio City for $10!
Thanks to Dea of How She Wonders, check out what you could do in the city on the budget!
Wait, do you even know that today is actually International Beer Day? If you don’t, then just know that there’s such a thing like International Beer Day and it’s celebrated around the world… This Friday!
As a beer enthusiast myself, beer is one of the alcoholic drinks that I can’t simply say no whenever I get offered. More especially when I travel overseas.
It’s the only drink with alcohol that makes me feel like I’m a responsible drinker. Anything stronger than beer, and I start rambling about my life problem. God knows why I am like this. LOL.
So today, I’m excited to present to you a piece of collaboration about beer. Together with more than 50 fellow bloggers slash travelers, we would like to share the local beer around the world with you that you can add on your bucket list.
Do you have your local favorite on the list? Go check this out!
How long have you been staying at home for quarantine because of Coronavirus?! While some of you are probably busy trying to try new recipe because you’ve been blessed by astonishing cooking skills, some of us could only thank God for the invention of one thing: instant noodles.
Well, at least for me. I suck at cooking, and I’m proud to say that I’m a delivery queen. Honestly, I don’t think I’d survive if I had to get stuck in the quarantine 15 years ago when delivery service was very rare. LOL.
So anyway, this gave me an idea to compile various instant noodles around the world. And in this post, I’m collaborating with some other fellow bloggers to present instant noodles in various countries with some hacks to serve it when you feel a bit fancy.
I mean, I’m from a country where Indomie comes from. I don’t just buy them when I’m on survival mode. I buy them because it’s a necessity in my household. #asianproblem
And speaking of Indomie, my Indonesian pride kicks in when I found out that the brand is well-known in so many countries in the world. Even better, because they also have their own way to serve the noodles.
So, in case you didn’t know, I’m finally back in Vietnam after 3 years. It was the first country that I visited as a solo traveler.
And while this time I kinda get used to doing everything alone when I travel, I understand as someone who comes from Southeast Asia region, some people just ask you a lot of questions about your journey.
Some ask questions out of curiosity, some do it because they’re inspired to do it too, while the others have a little concern about the idea of traveling alone. And that’s totally fine with me. While I think I’ve had a fair share of experience getting the benefits of traveling alone, I understand that not everyone has been exposed to the idea.
Now that I’m in Chau Doc, I’ve got some spare time to write as I’ll be on my way to Ha Tien tomorrow, and then continue my journey crossing the border to Cambodia the next day.
This time, I’ll share with you some questions frequently asked about traveling solo in Southeast Asia. The questions that I often get asked, especially as a woman traveling alone around the region.