Saturday, October 14, 2017

Travel Guide: Rainbow Mountains

The Rainbow Mountains in Zhangye was atop my list of places to visit during this trip to China. When I got to the nearest town, I was already excited for the sunset trip the following day. Guides online and print said the best time to visit was sunset, and true enough, it didn't disappoint.




Friday, October 6, 2017

Travel Guide: Jiuzhaigou

Jiuzhaigou is one of the most popular national parks in China, many local tourists from different parts of the country travel to Sichuan to see this wonderful work of nature. It takes a while to get to this park, but the effort and time it takes is worth it.




Friday, September 22, 2017

Travel Guide: Zhangjiajie National Forest Park

The landscape of Zhangjiajie gained worldwide attention because of the movie 'Avatar', which was shown years ago. When I planned my trip to China, I made sure I visited this beautiful park.




Friday, September 15, 2017

Travel Guide: Zhuo'er Shan

The moment I saw photos of Zhuo'er Shan online, I made sure to include the park in my itinerary during my return trip to China. Like most places in China, I had very little information about it in English, most of the details are in Chinese. Despite the potential setbacks, I still decided to go.




Sunday, September 10, 2017

Top Reasons to Visit Villa Escudero

Quezon has a bit of everything, beaches to farm resorts, waterfalls and even surfing spots. If ever you're in this province, one of the places you must visit is Villa Escudero.




Saturday, September 2, 2017

Travel Guide: Fukuoka and Nagasaki Itinerary & Budget

I was in Kyushu for a couple of days and only had time (and money haha) to visit Fukuoka and Nagasaki. Both cities are quite interesting because of their rich culture, history and delicious food!





Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Travel Guide: Nagasaki

I was in Kyushu for a couple of days, I decided to add Nagasaki to my itinerary. The city was one of the sites where the Americans dropped the atom bomb. Decades later, only museums, statues and preserved ruins were left as reminders of that infamous day. Now, the once ravaged metropolis is like any other bustling and vibrant city I've been to.