“Never be afraid to try something new, because life gets boring when you stay within the limits of what you already know.”
The first time I tried Archery was around 10+ years ago during my Year 6 primary school Camp! I don’t remember much about the techniques involved but I remember it was a lot of fun! So when I found out that there was an archery place in Manila I just had to book a class! Luckily, The Archery Academy is partnered with FitAccessPH and I was able to book my class through them. Myself and my two friends, Hazel and Rocell, were excited the whole week for this, click on to read more about our Archery Academy Experience!
Hotels are expensive! Especially in Europe. And if you’re not a fan of Airbnb, Booking.com may be a great alternative for you! My family and I spent a few weeks in Europe back in March/April and all of our accommodations were booked through booking.com 🙂
Israel, or the Holy Land is often misconstrued as being “dangerous” but tourists continue to flock the country and prove that it’s the total opposite. Usually skipped out on most people’s bucket list, there are so many reasons why Israel should be on top of your list! Read more to find out why I think you should go there NOW.
Another beautiful London attraction, the Tower of London, home of the Crown Jewels. It was a cold! Around 2 degrees when we went although it was a nice day, was spitting for a while but the sun decided to come out and we made the most of the sunny weather 😛
Our first morning in London was freezing cold, windy and rainy but that wasn’t stopping us from exploring London! So we layered up, put our warmest clothes on and braved the rain looking for some breakfast! We headed to the closest food place that was open (it was Easter Monday so there were a lot of stores that were closed – random tip: always be sure to check if there are local holidays wherever you’re going! Don’t want to be stuck in place when all stores are closed!) which was McDonald’s! After breakfast we went to go look for a Hop-On-Hop-Off bus, there’ll be a separate blog post on that so let’s just fast forward a bit. Found our bus, hopped on and headed to our first stop, St. Paul’s Cathedral.