Have you ever been indifferent towards something but then completely become enthusiastic soon after you tried it? That’s exactly what happened to me on my first ever visit to Thailand, and this is the story of how I fell in love with Bangkok.
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All good things must come to an end, and that dreaded day had come. It’s time to pack my bags and end the longest vacation of my life so far. It was a bittersweet moment as I got to return home but then leave a love one behind. I can’t imagine how OFWs do it.
After about a year and a half, I found myself again on the other side of the Pacific Ocean, this time exploring more of the US West Coast. While this trip wasn’t really expected, it turned out to be a memorable one and would be the longest vacation of my adult life. Join me as I recall this trip and save it for posterity. Let’s go!
I recently had the chance to spend an overnight stay at Remington Hotel in Resorts World Manila using a voucher I won from a raffle a while back. Since the voucher was expiring soon, I decided to use it even if I was alone. Thus is the story of my first “staycation.”
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As the New Year arrived I told myself that it was time to get things around. One of the things I committed to myself was to get back into travelling which took a back seat these past few years. But I never expected that I’d be going out of the country this early, and definitely not with a long haul!
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I had some “unsettled business” with my previous visit to Cebu just this January and never did I thought that a bit more than two months later, I’d be back to settle the score. For this second Cebu visit for the year there were still some new things I got to try. Let’s start the chronicle.