Everyone loves to travel! I have yet to meet anyone that hates to travel and although sometimes we tend to make excuses (myself included) about how we don’t have money to travel, no time to travel, and the list goes on. But I’ve learnt lately that travel doesn’t have to be expensive. You don’t need to stay in a fancy hotel or eat 6 course meals to say that you’ve traveled well (although there’s nothing wrong with splurging every once in a while). Travel should be about the experiencing the best of life, discovering the world, discovering yourself.
Jed’s Island Resort is located in Calumpit, Bulacan – it’s an affordable place to take your kids in the summer time. Currently with 26 swimming pools, including a wave pool, kiddie pools, 15 ft diving pool, 7 ft pool, 5 ft pool and more. There are also a lot of cottages to choose from starting from P300+
Before starting this blog I had already traveled to a few places around the Philippines as well as out of the country, although some dating back to 2008. So I wanted to start a new series on called “#TravelbackThrowback”, where I’ll share with you all some photos and experiences from before I started my blog. Hope you guys enjoy! Part 1 is going to be about one of my favorite cities in the world, the city that never sleeps, the Big Apple, the ever famous and ever energetic, New York City!!!
More island hopping here in Coron! A storm was coming, it was a bit cold and it rained for a bit but it was still a great day!
After almost six months I’m finally writing about one of my favorite places I’ve visited in the Philippines so far. Coron, Palawan! I had been reading other blogs before my family and I went, I read nothing but good reviews and Coron did not disappoint. So many places to see, so many things to do!
It was Labor weekend and my family and I went on another road trip, this time to Zambales!
Every year during Holy Week or the week after we try to go somewhere new. This year we ended up in Marinduque! It was so hard to choose the photos for this post because there were so many. Maniwaya is beautiful!