12-Hours Tour Trip in Georgia

When in Georgia, the Soviet-era vibe is undeniably irresistible, let alone the architecture of buildings that have vintage vibes on them. Georgia has rich historical stories that can inspire us to see our daily lives in a positive light. Hubby and I visited Georgia in June 2022 and took a 12-hour tour to learn more... Continue Reading →

5 Filipinism that I am Proud of

Filipinism refers to a set of words or phrases that are misused in proper English grammar. Still, this is how, in general, Filipinos speak English in their native tongue. It’s part of the culture. Primarily some phrases or words don’t have an exact translation in the English language. But on this blog, I'd like to... Continue Reading →

8 Habits of a Responsible Traveler

Everyone can be a traveler but only few can be a ‘Responsible Traveler’.  Since late December 2019 to date, the novel coronavirus has sprawling all over the world rapidly taking thousands of lives!  As of March 16, 2020 situation report of WHO says that there are 150 countries outside China which are afflicted to this... Continue Reading →

Villa Angela Heritage House

Villa Angela Heritage House is situated at 26 Quirino Blvd., Gen. Tinio, Vigan City, Ilocos Sur. It has free spacious parking in front of the heritage house and is only a few meters away from the main attractions of Vigan City. The most popular tourist attraction nearby is Calle Crisologo, which is only 290 meters away. At the entrance door, you will be welcomed by the gorgeous antique furniture, beautiful wooden parquet, mesmerizing bizarre pictures, and collectibles! 

10 Road Trip Essentials inside Your Car

Long driving is one of the coolest things to do as a traveler!  If you want an unprecedented adventure, then you should plan to travel by land with your own vehicle to an never been visited place.  Probably a week state to state visit.  Province to province.  You will learn a lot of things! From... Continue Reading →

10 Things Every Traveler Should Bring

Who doesn’t travel? According to World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), a study in September 2018 showed an increase of 7% total international tourist arrivals around the world and an increase of 5% total international tourist receipts! That is 1,326 million in numbers and USD 1,340 billion worth, respectively. That’s a WOW! Travel is more than we can imagine! ... Continue Reading →

15 Must-Know Words When in the Middle East

Communication, in my opinion, is a powerful tool for connecting with people. It can bring us closer together. I spent three years and counting in the Middle East as an ex-pat based in Dubai, UAE. At first, it was a challenge to communicate with people of different nationalities. Apart from Arabs, the majority are Indians, Pakistanis, Bangladeshis, and Nepalis. These nationalities have common words and phrases that bond them.

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