SOUTH KOREA – A Day Trip to Paju and Anyang: Heyri Art Village and Anyang Art Park

My trip to South Korea with my high school friend, Mon, involved 11 days of touring Seoul (with day trips to Paju, Anyang, and Gapyeong), Danyang, Busan, and Jeju. On our fourth day in Seoul, we managed to make room for a trip to Gyeonggi-do specifically at Heyri Art Village in Paju and Anyang Art Park in Anyang. Hence, a day of art appreciation.

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SOUTH KOREA – 2 Days in Jeju: What to Do, See, Eat

My trip to South Korea with my high school friend, Mon, involved 11 days of touring Seoul (with day trips to Paju, Anyang, and Gapyeong), Danyang, Busan, and Jeju. Our fourth stop was in Jeju Island (Jeju-do) which is Korea’s largest volcanic island and smallest province. I take my hat off to its scenic view of the beaches, caves, waterfalls, and cliffs for being the key why it has earned a spot in the New7Wonders of Nature.

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SOUTH KOREA – 2 Days in Busan: What to Do, See, Eat

My trip to South Korea with my high school friend, Mon, involved 11 days of touring Seoul (with day trips to Paju, Anyang, and Gapyeong), Danyang, Busan, and Jeju. Our third stop was in Busan which is the second largest city in the country. The world’s biggest department store, Shinsegae Centum City, is also located here. Busan is recommended for travelers who prefer a laid-back, more affordable, and less crowded version of Seoul.

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SOUTH KOREA – 1 Day in Danyang: What to Do, See, Eat (+ GIVEAWAY!)

My trip to South Korea with my high school friend, Mon, involved 11 days of touring Seoul (with day trips to Paju, Anyang, and Gapyeong), Danyang, Busan, and Jeju. Our second stop was in Danyang in Chungcheongbuk-do. It is a small town known for its picturesque views of mountains, rivers, caves, etc., making it an ideal spot for adventures and extreme sports such as rafting, paragliding, clay shooting, and the like.

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SOUTH KOREA – 4 Days in Seoul: What to Do, See, Eat (+ GIVEAWAY!)

My trip to South Korea with my high school friend, Mon, involved 11 days of touring Seoul (with day trips to Paju, Anyang, and Gapyeong), Danyang, Busan, and Jeju. Our first stop was in Seoul which is the country’s capital and largest city. I loved exploring Seoul because the tourist destinations are accessible via subway which granted us a hassle-free experience to shop until the wee hours, eat street food and other delicacies, and immerse in Korean culture.

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SOUTH KOREA – The Ultimate Travel Guide to Seoul, Danyang, Busan, Jeju: 11D10N Itinerary and Budget

Before setting my foot in South Korea, I had already foreseen going there with my friend from high school, Mon, because both of us have been caught by its wave, also known as Hallyu. Hallyu, translated as “Flow of Korea” in English, describes the international popularity of South Korean culture and is exceptionally accounted for the growth of tourism in the country. Its effect has taken the world by storm since the 1990s through Korean music, drama, food, skincare, cosmetics, and fashion.

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NEGROS OCCIDENTAL – Perth Paradise Resort: To Infinity and Beyond

Last January, I went to Visayas with my friends to tour Dumaguete, Siquijor, Bacolod, and Iloilo in particular. However, I had a different flight itinerary because I booked later than them on Cebu Pacific Air. My flight was unfortunately delayed for 3 hours due to overbooking issues. In lieu of the delay, they provided me a free domestic round trip ticket valid for 6 months. Thus, I was able to fly to Bacolod for free which was my gateway to Perth Paradise Resort. Continue reading

CDO-Camiguin: 3D2N Itinerary and Budget for 2 pax

“Kaladkarin” people who are always game for anything are the best travel companions! That is why I could not be any happier when my bestfriend, Espee, accepted my short notice invitation to accompany me on a domestic trip.

My original plan was to visit Cagayan De Oro only for the sake of White Water Rafting but I found out that it is possible to do a side trip to Camiguin (and also Bukidnon if time permits) from my research prior to this trip. Little did I know that Camiguin would actually become our main trip instead of CDO. Continue reading

ANTIPOLO PART 1 – Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa: Happily Ever After Starts Here

After a year of being officially together, my boyfriend, Edwin, and I went to Antipolo City to celebrate. I’ve been wanting to visit Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa, Vieux Chalet, and Pinto Art Museum so we decided to just go there all at once. I suddenly had the urge to move to Antipolo as soon as I saw the spectacular view overlooking the city!

Our first stop was at Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa. From the name itself, Luljetta’s offers both a variety of spa services/ water amenities and an overwhelming view of the city and Laguna de bay. Continue reading