Some travel photos and travel and life quotes that continue to inspire me to pursue what makes me genuinely happy.
The Old George Town in Penang, Malaysia is now not only known for its quaint old streets, historical buildings, temples, and cafes, but also of Ernest Zacharevic’s murals. Take a look at his works and other sights along this lovely town.
Thailand is famous for its golden and historic ‘wats’ or temples. But in Chiang Rai, there’s one that definitely stands out – Wat Rong Khun or The White Temple.
Before all the travels I did last year, there was that wonderful trip to see the temples of Siem Reap, Cambodia back in 2010. Here’s a travel photo essay of those temples.
I love adventures and spontaneous activities when I travel. But sometimes I also love spending a day just relaxing and having time for myself. In my travels, I’ve found places like these.
When people say Palawan, first thing that comes into your mind is either El Nido or Coron. But have you ever heard of Port Barton? If you're looking for off-the-beaten-path paradise in Palawan, go to Port Barton. ;)
The best five months of my life so far. Read on for the adventures and surprises life and the world offered me.
Sunsets, especially those I see when I travel, remind me of days that were lived intensamente – I was true to myself, I was open to new things and ideas, I experienced, I laughed, and I loved.
Finding solace and enjoying simplicity on one of the river villages of Northern Laos. Everyday waking up to the cool breeze, the sunlight's feel on your skin, and your good Lao coffee. :)
At least once in your life, do something for YOU. Not what other people think is best for you, nor what society thinks is right. Do what your heart desires. I assure you the rewards are invaluable and it will make life more worth living.
The lessons I learned and realizations from the Big Trip, that changed and bettered my views about life, love, faith, race, and religion.
A brief introduction to our 10-day trek in Nepal - into the heart of Annapurna Sanctuary. The breathtaking views of Himalayas, the warmth of the people, and the wonderful people we met along the way. :)