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Life in Lomo

The photo enthusiast that I am, I am now without a (digital) camera. I have a Canon G9 which I love and travel with, but it broke while I was in Yogyakarta visiting the Unesco World Heritage Temple of Borobudur. Without a digital camera, I was driven to rekindle my...

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Diving Verde Island

It's the peak of summer yet the sun constantly take backseat from the frequent rain. Luckily, last weekend, after a week long of rain in the city, sunshine was full blast when we arrived Puerto Galera Saturday morning. The star attraction of this dive trip is Verde...

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Cool Running: for the whale sharks

Yesterday I was initiated into the world of running by participating in my first marathon ever: the Condura Run for the Whale Sharks. I've been thinking (and talking) about running as a sport, basically to keep in shape, eversince sole sister banggingay shared her...

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Things to do in Jogjakarta

Prambanan Temple After being recharged by a restful nap and fulfilling lunch, Ayu and I hopped on her motorbike and head to Prambanan Temple. Prambanan is the largest Hindu temple in Central Java, Indonesia. It is located approximately 18 km east (or 20 min) of...

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Arriving Jogjakarta by Train

It was a very uncomfortable 9 hours train ride to Yogyakarta (or Jogyakarta - old spelling but still widely used). I took the bisnis class because the executive were all booked out. I would highly recommend paying a little more for comfort. I know this because I was...

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Bandung: Paris Van Java

The 2nd stop of my short Java trip is the favorite weekend getaway destination of people from Jakarta. Not surprising because it's so easily reached from Jakarta by train, supposedly a scenic 3 hours journey or by mini van, short 2 hours ride via the super highway. I...

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Jakarta: Twin City of Manila

I can't believe that I've only been in Jakarta for 2 days, if I'm to recount the places I've been to, done, and seen with the awesome girls of CS Jakarta. 2 months ago I was able to book a really cheap $10 return tickets to Jakarta with one of Cebu Pacific Air's...

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Festivals and Traveling

Resplendent costumes, colorful floats, abundance of food and alcohol, and manic street parties are the familiar scenes in festivals. From Sinulog to Ati-atihan, from Santacruzan to Aliwan, from barrio to barangay fiestas, Filipinos are no strangers to fiestas. It’s...

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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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