Ajloun Castle

Ajloun Castle

First of many posts from my family’s trip to Jordan, Israel, Egypt and Dubai! From Manila, we flew with Philippine Airlines to Bangkok (3 hrs), had a short layover and from their we flew to Amman, Jordan (9 hrs) with Royal Jordanian. Our flights were all booked directly from the RJ website 🙂

We arrived in Amman at around 5/6am. Waited for our car service and went straight to touring! Didn’t want to waste a day, hehe. Our first stop, Ajloun Castle (or Ajlun Castle).

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Visiting Fantasy World in Batangas

Fantasy World

This year I have three main goals for my blog. 1) post more often 2) finish off all my backlogs from last year – maybe even last last year, oops – and 3) create a logo for my blog. It’s already February and I don’t have a new blog post up, hahaha. It will be difficult but I think it all boils down to time management and not procrastinating. Alsooo, I realized that it’s much harder to write about something / some place when it’s been so long. So I’m working on my recent travels and will try to fit the backlogs whenever I can. Balabac, Palawan posts coming soooon! But first, Fantasy World.

Last December, I was in the Batangas / Tagaytay area and my parents and I decided to go and visit Fantasy World – an abandoned theme park.

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Travelling To Namibia? Things To Add To Your Bucket List

The Republic of Namibia is an African country located in the south of the continent, with the western border being the Atlantic Ocean, while it borders the nations of Angola and Zambia to the north, Botswana to the east, and South Africa to the south. This pristine part of Africa is a very popular tourist destination for nature lovers from all parts of the world, this is the driest country in sub-Saharan Africa. If you are planning a holiday in Namibia, here are a few local attractions to add to your list.

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