A little throwback to a favorite country of mine – Hong Kong. The last place I traveled back to before the pandemic happened. Sharing with you snapshots of our travel. From October getaway with my barkada to November relaxation with the family. So much has even happened in one month. We even experienced protestors outside our hotel, malls were mostly closed and all we can do is wait for our next-day flight. Despite all these things, I will always love HK and after this pandemic, it’ll be my first country to visit.
It’s easier to do content, but when it comes to editing, I’m way behind. Probably because I need a new laptop and also I need more time. Well, gladly, I finished this new vlog that should’ve come out last year, LOL. I know, don’t judge me. I still have lots of editing to do as well.
Anyhoo, we survived the commute to Zambales. It was one of the spur moments you want to get away from the noise of the city and just stare at the beach. Sadly, we only had an overnight to do so because we tagged a kid along. This cute little kid happens to be my goddaughter.
Without further adieu, watch my short vlog below. Thank you!
My favorite word in my entire life will have to be – “AND.” LOL.
Welcome back to my travel vlog, this is the longest overdue vlog, and I have so much more too. Thus here I am making a comeback, and I do hope to be more active in maintaining my page. This is what I love to do, exploring, and merely sharing to everyone.
Last December of 2018, I went to Dubai to visit my sister, but I took the chance for a quick layover flight to Bangkok since I haven’t been there. Mainly, I want to see the beautiful temples and eat some pad thai and sticky rice. The question is, will I be able to? Check out my adventure of the 18-hour layover.
Happiest New Year, everyone! Hope all of you had a beautiful moment with the LORD as you entered the New Year with a grateful and forgiving heart…
Finally, I’m done editing the second part of my Korea trip. If you haven’t seen the first one, better click the link – FALL in love with SEOUL, South Korea (Part 1). This second part is prolly the most memorable one, and honestly, the top favorites that I’ve done among the rest, most likely because I’m a big fan of GONG YOO and getting lost in a province with the language barrier in Korea were one for the books. Also, the last day lunch I had was the best meal ever – the best BBQ in Myeongdong. Enough of my storytelling. And before you watch my vlog, I want to thank One Day Korea Travel and Tours specifically Jay for being so accommodating and entertaining the whole time. I definitely recommend the company as well as him if ever you guys are heading to Korea.