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The Hippies of South America

I’m on a fairy hunt.. and I see Sarah as one of them. She’s a brave Canadian who’s roots are Asian yet spirits are from elsewhere. ^_^ She worked in super yacts, volunteered in hostels, and has become an actress at some point. All these she does for the love of travel. This little lady […]

Back to Thailand, Vietnam and Malaysia. Freedom (almost) achieved

At last! I’m free!! Well not really. I still have stuff to do back home in the Philippines. But after 2 years of not traveling out of the country, I felt like a bird suddenly out of a cage. Don’t worry I’m not the wild bird type :P My feelings were mixed of tears of […]

Move to Paradise – a must read for city dwellers

I have lived in different far flung rural areas in the Palawan, Bohol, Antique, Laguna in the Philippines. Aside from that I also lived 5 months in rural Kolkata in India, and a few weeks in Bhakatapur and Heutuda in Nepal, and a few days in far flung rural Laos. I don’t just travel and […]

10 Practical Holiday Gifts for Travelers

For those looking on what to give this holiday season to travelers, here’s stuff that I found necessary while traveling. I have used some of them and can highly recommend them as gifts to fellow travelers. Check them out, and if you find a stuff that you need, feel free to send this link to […]

Frugal Travel Tips Story #19 – Interview with Juanito Estrada

There are people who go to different countries for a very long time. Some are long term travelers, who hop from one country to another. Some go to different countries for a purpose. Such as Juanito Estrada. I have not met him yet but I’m amazed at how he survived far flung areas in Africa […]

10 things you need to bring for long term travels

When I lived and traveled in India for 7 months, I only had 1 big luggage bag and a backpack. Half of the bag was food because I know it will take some time adjusting to the spicy food of the country. Same thing happened when I lived and traveled in Thailand. But then when […]

Holidays in Bangkok and Cambodia

I was not online because I was enjoying the present moment these past few days.. And I’d like to share with you simple blessings that hopefully will inspire you to get out and see the world not just thru google: DEC27: Bangkok – visited Royal Palace – strolled at MBK – ate at a turo-turo […]

omkoi.. sosyal na remote area

Omkoi is a place farther than Doi Inthanon.. we went there to distribute stuff to kids studying at a remote area school… then went hiking to a nearby park. going out in remote places is a different thing than what i usually do as an IT volunteer but since ill be doing something different, it […]

Doi Inthanon.. how lovely is your dwelling place…

I just came back from Doi Inthanon.. the highest peak in Thailand. I was with friends from Canada, England, Uganda, China and the US… and it was a great great weekend… – hiked to the top of the falls in girly slippers.. and fell off at one point, thanks to the two helping hands pulling me in […]

Carpe Diem moments

I just came back from Mae Sot, a town 20 minutes away from Burma border, to attend a video networking workshop where I got to meet interesting people including journalists. Hopefully I get to apply what I learned and create a mini film of something. We’ll see ;) Anyhow, this month is jam packed with […]

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