Due to the evolving COVID-19 situation, what can you do as a responsible traveller and what safety measures have airlines and various governments issued to keep passengers safe? Here are important travel tips we’ve gathered from our travel agents and airline friends…
I found myself on American soil, enjoying the very best that the island life has to offer, and it only took me a 3-hour flight from Manila. That’s faster than learning how to say “Hafa Adai,” which means “Hello” in Chamorro, the native language of Guam, by the way. So, what’s there to do in … Continue reading What to do in Guam? Pilgrimage, Shopping and Sightseeing!
In the Philippines, when people talk about “Siquijor” they instinctively associate it with witchcraft, magic, folklore and mythical beings. You see, most Filipinos grew up hearing frightening stories about this supposedly scary island and how it is home to many age-old tales of kulam, aswang and the infamous Balete tree. Which may all be true … Continue reading Enchanting Siquijor: A scarily beautiful piece of Paradise!
This is a travel blogger collaboration post on our biggest learnings from TBEX Finger Lakes and our collective big hairy audacious goals that we aspire to accomplish before the next TBEX North America conference in Montana. This is also a sort of social experiment on publicly declaring your goals and how many will be able … Continue reading My Biggest Learning from TBEX Finger Lakes (and My Big Hairy One-Year Goal)
Related Blog post: Our Awesome Planet’s How to Prague? (Food & Travel Guide) We asked our travel blogging friends during our recent trip to Czech Republic for the TBEX Ostrava conference on what are their best and most memorable restaurants during their trip. This is a collaboration post to help add to your foodie bucket list … Continue reading Best Restaurants in Czech Republic! (and Where to Find Them according to World’s Best Travel Bloggers)
Your Last Minute Food & Travel Guide to Prague, Czech Republic Prague is a city with stunning preserved historical architecture known for its Prague Castle that’s the largest castle complex in the world and the pedestrian Charles Bridge that crosses the Vltava river, with statues of important people in the history of the city. We spent about 6 … Continue reading How to Prague? (Food & Travel Guide)
(Text & Photos by Aidan Diaz) Last Summer, I went to Beijing for a month and saw many beautiful places and ate delicious food. I did further Chinese studies in Beijing on my own in the company of schoolmates. Here’s the story of my summer in Beijing …
Central Japan, the old country, has so much more to offer than the famed Shirakawago UNESCO Heritage Site, 400-year-old Matsumoto Castle, and the dazzling Snow Wall of Kurobe Alpine Route. Discover Central Japan as you’ll find beautiful fields of tulips, fun activities like food replica and soba making workshops and trying out fantastic food … Continue reading CENTRAL JAPAN: Awesome 5-Day Itinerary to Explore Central Japan! (Day 1-2)