This is the third part of my series of posts about the before, during and after of travelling specifically my travel to Busuanga Island last December 2017. On this post specifically, I will discuss my observations and experiences on the two airports that we have to pass through before landing and formally started exploring this corner of the Philippines.
A continuation of the previous article from a series of posts about the before, during and aftermath of vacationing; this will look at the most common question a traveler must ask nowadays: whether to do the trip on their own or to reach out support at a travel agency and what are the things this author considered when doing the trip that is being documented here. Continue reading Traveler’s Dilemma: To DIY or pre-book via an agency?
This post will be the first of a series of posts about the before, during and aftermath of vacationing. As the title indicated, this piece will look at an unconventional way of securing reasonable prices for airplane tickets which nowadays is the first step for planning for a vacation. Continue reading Queuing at a Pop-up Seat Sale Booth
It started when I was chatting with my closest group of friends on social media. For some reason we ended up chatting about a wildlife reserve and one of us mentioned that Continue reading Do we really know how one feel/think?
As of this posting, it is 75 days before Christmas, this article speaks of the author’s experience about a specific gift giving during last year’s Christmas Season and what does he thinks about the gifts given / received. Continue reading Something Naughty, Something about the sender?
Everybody is broadly defined to which generation you are born. But what if you find out you belong to a specific subset of your generation? This post tackles about the w’s and h being at a clique in a broad group. Continue reading I’m a senior millennial!
A few years ago, my friends are planning to go to LaBoracay for Labor Day Weekend (hence, LaBoracay: Labor + Boracay). I remember saying along the lines of “LaBoracay what?” Continue reading LaBoracay: not for me.