IN MY ANNUAL REVIEW, as usual, I measure the year’s successes and failures and what I learned from them. “The days are long but the years are short,” says author Gretchen Rubin. It’s incredible how much can happen in one short year. Here’s a review of 2018, hoping that it serves as a blueprint for
Singapore has a constant presence in my life even if I haven’t stepped foot in it for more than a decade. Even if I live in Cebu now, I used to work remotely with startups based out of the Lion City. When I did video calls with my former bosses, I could see tall skyscrapers
THE WORLD NOMADS WRITING SCHOLARSHIP is an annual competition for aspiring travel writers. How it works: You write a 2500-character story about one topic. You can choose 1 out of these 3: “Make a local connection”, “A decision that pushed me to the edge”, and “The last thing that I expected”. Finally, 3 winners get
FOR ALL OF US, EVERY YEAR IS A MIX OF GOOD AND BAD. I hope that you looked back at your year, not wishing it was different but as an opportunity to move forward and make yourself better.
LAST UPDATE: December 2017 THIS BLOG IS A STEP-BY-STEP GUIDE to how I received my 10-year US VISA in just 2 days! I’m a Filipino so I went through Embassy of the US, Manila, Philippines using their Interview Waiver Dropbox Program.
HOW TO VISIT SAN DIEGO’S SAFARI PARK? Today I’m sharing what it’s like to ride the most popular attraction of the Park – the Africa Tram. I also share tips on saving money in and outside the park.
HOW TO VISIT SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA? Read more to get the best out of your trip to Seoul, from getting a VISA, what apps to download, and things to see and do and experience in the city.
IF YOU WANT TO SEE A PLACE UNLIKE ANY OTHER, Tokyo is the place to go.
VIDEO: Things to see and do in Seoul, South Korea
IN THE FINAL STRETCH OF THIS EVENTFUL YEAR, THERE’S ONE THING that I realize is true, I lived my life exactly how I wanted to – full of travel.