Way back in December of last year I flew from Manila to Melbourne via Cebu Pacific. It was my first time flying that route, click the button below to read more about my experience!
The Sisters Kitchen Garden Cafe, a cute little Cafe in Sorrento, Victoria. My friends and I stopped by here to have brunch before heading back to Melbourne. Click the link below to see a little bit of the place and to see what I ordered!
As we were making our way to Rye, my friends and I stopped by this cute place called Red Hill Cheese. It is a beautiful and secluded place to relax andddd we also had some really amazing cheeses 😍❤️ Definitely a must see place if you’re in the area!
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The appeal of Cambodia for tourists is growing year on year and as it develops as a mainstream tourist destination, these numbers are projected to increase over the next few years. There are several points of interest in Cambodia, some historical, some tragic and some scenic but they can all be visited relatively easily with a stay of 10-14 days.
Last December I flew via Cebu Pacific to Melbourne (will write a separate blog on this!). I was there for around 11 days but was mainly there for my one of my best friend’s wedding. I love Melbourne and will definitely be back to explore more but one of the places I did get to visit was Sunny Ridge Australia.
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Cebu – this place has always amazed me. There are a lot of things to do and sights to see when you’re in Cebu. Regardless if you’re a city girl, love to go on hikes or a beach bum, there are activities that will fit your personality. As I’ve shared with you a few months back, me and my college friends went there. During our trip, we visited the South of Cebu. Here were some of the things we did:
Straight from the Fushimi Inari Shrine, my family and I made our way to Nara to visit the deer at Nara Park and also to see Todaiji Temple. Spent half the day here and it was a lot of fun!
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