Millennials are slowly redefining traveling in recent years; they continue to blaze trails on how to travel cost-effectively. From using mobile apps to search low airfares to looking for free accommodation on CouchSurfing (CS), Millennials are becoming more and more creative with their travels. Continue reading “Millennial’s guide to CouchSurfing”
Tourist visa is one of the requirements that Filipino travelers need to get in order to go to our dream vacation. I must admit that our passport has a lot of restriction when traveling to other countries as compared to our Australian and Singaporean friends. Continue reading “Visa Tips: How to increase your chance of getting approved”
I must confess Iran was not on my travel bucket list until a couple I met in North Korea convinced me to do so.
When I first told a few of my closest friends of my plan to visit Iran, most of them raised their concerns. Words like ISIS, Taliban, and terrorists were heavily mentioned during our conversations. Continue reading “Iran Part II: A Traveler’s Guide”
Backpacking or low-budget traveling is becoming a lifestyle for Millennials. With the rise of low-cost airlines and the emergence of inexpensive and sometimes practically free accommodation, traveling has never been more accessible. Continue reading “12 Money-saving tips for Millennial travelers”
I was half way across my flight to Dubai en route to Iran, (from Manila) when I realized that I only have 60 USD in my wallet. I forgot to withdraw money before I boarded the plane!
You are having the time of your life traveling the unknown and enjoying every second of it. You don’t even mind getting lost in a place you are exploring. Continue reading “How to overcome post-travel blues”
We were having family lunch when my sister announced that she would take her final exam in Australia to become an airline pilot.
Day 1 Activities:
(Wear a conical hat, visit the reclining Buddha at the top of Tacu Mountain, ride a motorboat to Ke Ga lighthouse, walk along Fairy Stream, have a quick break at fishing port and Red Canyon, trek through White sand dunes, watch sunset at Red sand dunes) Continue reading “Vietnam: 2-Day Itinerary & Budget”
I just found out the person I was dating was already committed to someone else when I booked my flight to Vietnam. My original plan was to stay in Vietnam for 4 days, but because my mind wasn’t at its best form – I accidentally booked it for 2 days, 48 hours to be exact.