True to its name, Guest Haven is truly a guest haven! The ambiance of the place is rustic, warm, and peaceful; combine it with the cool Baguio breeze – it’s really an ideal place for relaxation.
One of the hardest questions to answer when you are planning for a trip is “where should I stay?” Not because you have insufficient options but because there so many places to choose from! In this blog post, I’ll make a hotel vs hostel comparison using the hotel and hostel I booked during my first solo travel to Singapore.
I love animals! That’s why when I was planning for my trip to Singapore, the ticket to the Singapore Zoo was the first thing I booked. Until it came to me that the pandas are located in a different area, so I also booked a ticket to the River Safari!
It all started with a seat sale. I booked a round trip flight to Singapore right away without any plans at hand. I haven’t even told my parents about it yet because I already know what they’ll be saying, lol. There were so many change of plans, restaurant reservations and cancellations, last minute bookings, and the rest is history!
Cebu is packed with countless of wonderful places to visit, exciting things to do, and delectable food to eat! Upon spending 4 days in Cebu, travelling from Lapu-Lapu, to Cebu City, and then to Oslob and Moalboal – I’ve come up with a list of the 10 things you should not miss when visiting Cebu!
Santorini is always on top of people’s must-visit-places! However, going to Greece is no joke. Fortunately, we now have our own Little Santorini at Mabini, Batangas!
This is the first international travel that I planned independently! We spent 3 days and 2 nights at Hong Kong. We booked our plane tickets just weeks before the actual flight so our tickets are kinda pricey. Other than that, everything went absolutely fine.
My sister and I celebrated our birthdays last year at Hong Kong and of course, we went to the happiest place on the planet, Disneyland!