If you are planning a surprise romantic weekend away for you and your partner, you certainly wouldn’t be alone, as many couples choose this scenic valley for a secluded weekend surrounded by natural beauty. One highlight is to take a helicopter flight over this amazing region, and with an established helicopter tour company operating from Sydney Airport, you can spend 90 minutes viewing Sydney and the Hunter Valley.
While my friends and I were staying in Dumaguete City, we did a one day tour of Apo Island! It was so fun swimming along with the turtles! We book a hassle free tour through Harold’s Mansion – click the link below to read more 🙂
While we were staying in Dumaguete, my friends and I decided to spend a day tour in Oslob, Cebu. We went whaleshark watching and also visit two nearby waterfalls! Click the link below to read more about my adventure in Oslob. 🙂
Dumaguete City – the capital of Negros Oriental, aka “The City of the Gentle People”. People also call it the “university city” because there are four universities in the area – we got to visit Silliman University. Aside from visiting the city, a lot of tourist come here because it’s much easier to go to Oslob, Cebu from here instead of flying into Cebu City – more about that in my next blog!
This was my second time in Dumaguete, I explored the city and ate my heart out! Click the link below to see places where you can eat and places to visit while you’re in here 🙂
The Angkor Wat temple complex is among the most photographed spots in the world, with its distinctive structure enough to tell anyone you’ve been to Cambodia. However, the temple isn’t the only thing worth dropping by.
On my last day in Melbourne I spent half the day at Melbourne Zoo (click here to read about it!) and the other half of the day was shopping and a quick visit to the National Gallery of Victoria. It’s in Melbourne’s CBD and entrance is free so I thought I’ll go check it out for a little while.
Click the link to see some of the photos I took inside the Gallery.
On one of my free days in Melbourne, my friend, her family and I went for a visit at the Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne. I LOVEEEE flowers so it was so nice to wander around the garden, take pretty photos with the flowers and just enjoy the scenery. Luckily it was a beautiful day, the weather was cool and the sun was shining bright. Also, entrance is free here which is great! Hehe.
Click the link below to read a little more about the place.