A Visit to South Korea's DMZ

South Korea's DMZ is a constant reminder of the country's, not only physical divide, but the ideological differences between the north and south. As someone who is interested in history, a visit to this part of South Korea was on my list before I went to this country.


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Hotel Review: My Stay in Baro Ato Hotel in Seoul

Towering skyscrapers, glitzy shopping areas, palaces and temples are an eclectic mix that give Seoul a modern yet old soul. Exploring this metropolis is fun but tiring; one will need a place of respite to get ready for a new day of discoveries. During my visit to this vibrant city, I stayed in Baro Ato Hotel.



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Going Fast and Slow in Kyoto

Kyoto wasn't exactly the place I thought it would be, but it didn't disappoint. The city is fast-paced but slow, modern yet has an old soul.



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Mixing the Old and New in Tokyo

Tokyo, like most of the best cities in Asia I've been to, combines its past and present. Among the skyscrapers, trains and cars are old buildings, temples and shrines that date back to centuries ago. Part of the reason I enjoyed the city so much was the sense of being in two different epochs simultaneously.



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Malasimbo Festival

It was my first time to attend a music festival, I didn't know what to expect, but I kept an open mind when I attended Malasimbo in Puerto Galera.



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Itinerary and Expenses for Kyoto and Tokyo Trip

I spent around 5 days for my Kyoto-Tokyo trip during autumn in 2015. It was nice to see the changing colors of the trees and the cool weather. I also learned a lot from a country that is decades ahead of the Philippines



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Explore Narita

When someone mentions Narita, most people would only think of the airport. This is because Narita Airport is one of the most busiest in the world. With millions of people coming and going, most overlook what they can do other than transit and head to their next destination.



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