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6 things to do in El Nido

I've been to El Nido years ago when it was only reachable by chartered plane. It was like a secret island as there were hardly tourists there. But since commercial flights directly to El Nido are now available, and that it consistently make the world's best island...

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Masungi Georeserve – How to Book & Highlights

Masungi Georeserve is a rustic rock garden and conservation area tucked in the rainforests of Rizal. By now anyone who has spent any time on the internet would have already come across it. Its most recognizable landmark would be the giant spider web hanging above a plenitude of limestone karst.

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Diving Guam Wrecks

Guam probably doesn't immediately comes to mind as a scuba diving destination, but when you think of its geographical location; it being an island in the Pacific, you can guess there's probably some really good reefs for diving. And because of its position during WWI...

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United Airlines Guam Marathon 2017

Earlier this month I was invited by Guam Visitors Bureau Philippines (@visitguamph) to join their "Dive and Run Guam" – an activity filled weekend in Guam celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the SMS Cormoran sinking. Our itinerary includes diving the SMS Cormoran and...

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Travel Stories

Learn Freediving in Manila

I've wanted to learn freediving for a long time and finally got properly trained last weekend! It was such a positive experience so I highly recommend anyone who loves to swim in the ocean to try it. I learned with my friend Carlo, an AIDA International accredited...

Ati-atihan Festival 2016

I love festivals and have been to some of the most amazing festivals here and around the world. But I’ve never been to the Ati-atihan Festival in Kalibo, so I jumped at the chance to join the Ati-atihan Festival 2016

Packing for Summer Festival in Europe

There's is no better time to visit Europe than during the Summer. Summer is simply the most beautiful time of the year in that part of the world. Most of western Europe boasts warm days and chilly nights during the summer which is, let's be honest, the best climate!...

Filipino Scuba Divers’ Guide to Diving Abroad

Diving Abroad for the first time? If you are a super diver like myself and my Scuba Diva friends, you don't have to continue reading. But if you have scuba diving friends who get anxiety attacks at the thought of diving outside of Anilao, this is for them. So I just...


Scuba Diving with Long Fins

Strong Current? No Problem! I've been scuba diving with long fins for one year now and I super love it. I totally recommend it  to anyone who wants to breeze through diving strong current. I finally bought my long fins early last year (2016) for my Komodo dive trip...

Where to Stay in Penang: Sunway Hotel Georgetown

Where to Stay in Penang On my recent visit to amazing Penang, I had the great pleasure of staying in one of the best hotels around. Sunway Hotel Georgetown is a beautiful hotel located within the buffer zone of the UNESCO World Heritage site of Georgetown. We actually...

Where to Stay in Bali: Sheraton Kuta Bali

Sheraton Kuta Bali is located next to the Beachwalk Shopping Mall and less than 1 minute to Kuta Beach. Beach, shopping, and high-end resort, your holiday in Bali is all taken care of.

Microtel Puerto Princesa Palawan

Like everyone, you would like to stay at Microtel Palawan when in Puerto Princesa. It's perfect because you're technically still in the city, yet you have the magnificent Emerald beach outside your hotel room. And it's not just some patch of sand I'm talking about,...

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I travel the world on a quest to live a life not ordinary. Having seen more of the world than most people would in a life time, I am grateful and hope that I inspire you to do what you love most



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