Canggu Diaries – The Day I Woke Up at 1.30am for a Sunrise Hike to Mt Batur

A continuation of Canggu Diaries – Yeni arrives in Bali Writer’s Note: I had just received some very frustrating news during the writing of this post, hence the slightly angsty tone. Apologies in advance for the crankiness! Day 2 – Kadek, the villa’s housekeeper who comes and does her duties at random times of her choosing, … More Canggu Diaries – The Day I Woke Up at 1.30am for a Sunrise Hike to Mt Batur

REVIEW: Tel Aviv Bike Tour with Abraham Tours

I biked my way around Tel Aviv almost every single day. Thanks to Tel-O-Fun (the citywide bike rental system), it’s cheap and accessible to anyone. But the bike tour took us to important historical and cultural sites I would never have otherwise known or noticed navigating on my own. Our local guide ‎Amit Musaei gave us impactful and dramatic doses of history … More REVIEW: Tel Aviv Bike Tour with Abraham Tours

How to Get a Visa for Jordan from Israel (Philippine Passport Holder)

Up until the last minute, I still wasn’t sure if I was going to be able to cross the border… I’m not going to whine about how shitty it is to hold a Philippine passport. I’m just going to walk you through my experience acquiring a Jordan visa from Israel, where Filipinos can travel visa-free for three … More How to Get a Visa for Jordan from Israel (Philippine Passport Holder)

Gallery Vask: If Manila had 3 Michelin stars, this would be it

I never knew Filipino fine dining existed, until meeting Gallery Vask‘s degustacion menu Having scanned through the other reviews, I thought to add my own two cents to the literature out there, since several of the others sound little better than press releases. Premise When I heard that the 39th among Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants was … More Gallery Vask: If Manila had 3 Michelin stars, this would be it

How I Fell In Love With Hiking x The North Face

First seen on We Are Sole Sisters Unathletic and skinny-weak Sole Sister Julienne broke out of her sedentary lifestyle three years ago and threw herself into the wild outdoors By any means, I don’t consider myself a bonafide hiker or hardcore trekker. I don’t trail run. I can’t read coordinates. I don’t have a compass or … More How I Fell In Love With Hiking x The North Face

My first floating experience

If you haven’t heard of it before, don’t worry, I never knew what it was until my friend got it for me as a birthday present. It’s called “floatation”, or REST (Restricted Environmental Stimulation Technique). Float On is the first “sensory deprivation centre” to open in Hong Kong, launched just three months ago (July/August 2015) on Caine Road in Mid-Levels, Central. … More My first floating experience