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Wanderlass Adventure Partners Contest Series: Part 1

I'm taking a break from reading all these embassy websites that's giving me a terrifying flashback of my board exam review days. Here is the contest I promised in wanderlass turns 4. But first, I'm ecstatic to announce that wanderlass (that's me) have partnered with 2...

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A Case of Wanderlust

After my euro-adventure, I was so high with travel that I bored the people around me to death with the only topic I'm interested in. It may even began to sound like gloating starting my sentences with "when i was in Europe..." so I decided to actively host...

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Civet Coffee from the Philippines

It was an easy yes for me when I was invited to join the coffee junket organize by Alamid Cafe Xpress, even if this trip involves hiking a mountain, and that it was on a Thursday. As coffee lover, I would not pass the rare chance to see the source of the most...

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wanderlass turns 4!

A couple of weeks ago, fellow wanderlust friend  Benj announced that his blog visitsagada.com turned 3. This got me to muse about my own blog turning 3 in February. But then I did the math and realized it's actually turning 4. Today! Looking Back The beginning of...

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Philippine Hot Air Balloon Festival

The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is an annual 4-day event in Omni Aviation Complex in Clark Field, Angeles City, Pampanga.. It was first conceived by the tourism department to help revive the economy of the lahar devastated province. On it's 16th...

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Cebu City Tour

I've been to Cebu a few times before for the beach, visit friends, attend a wedding, Sinulog, and of course to scuba dive. But last year, my sisters all voted to go to Cebu for our family New Year holiday as none of them have been there before. I'm fine with it...

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Manila Ocean Park

The summer I turned 10, my dad took me on my first airplane ride to Hong Kong, and part of our trip was a visit to the Ocean Park. It was the ultimate theme park in South East Asia at that time. I vaguely remember the whole thing except for riding the cable car and...

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The lass who wanders


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