Du Tough Mudder

Du Tough Mudder is a team oriented 8 or 16 Km obstacle course designed to test the physical and mental grit. Tough Mudder puts camaraderie over finisher rankings and is not a timed race, but a team challenge that allows participants to experience exhilarating, yet safe, world class obstacles they wont find anywhere else. Read More


Lend a hand for Syria’s Children

Dear Friends,

Yesterday I was scrolling through Facebook when I saw a post about Syria. I was brokenhearted when I saw how many children were affected by this war. I have never been very vocal about this matter, but I will be now. I have been supporting a couple of organizations who feeds, shelters and provide education to abandoned and less fortunate children all over the world. Β I am also a partner of Unicef Philippines in providing basic needs, food and education of three kids back home.Β  Read More

Dahican Beach: Mati City

Last November I had a short trip to the Philippines. I spent nine days in 4 different cities, doing different stuffs. I partied in Manila, ate and drank in Davao, had lunch and drinks in General Santos City. But the highlight of this trip was visiting a hidden gem: Dahican Beach in Mati City. Read More

Airline Review: Cebu Pacific

I have been flying with Cebu Pacific for a very long time. Although I had bad experiences with the budget airline, I can’t really complain as they have the cheapest prices. I was lucky enough to book a flight (actually a couple of flights) from Dubai to Manila for just AED. 533.00 ($145.00) return! Since it is a budget airline, everyone knows you should’nt expect so much. With that said everyone should have patience or extend their patience when flying on budget. For those who hasn’t flown with Cebu Pacific yet, feel free to read below:

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Hotel Review: Remington Hotel (Resorts World)

I went back home to the Philippines last August 11-23. I visited 3 cities, Manila, Davao and General Santos City. During my stay in the Philippines, I checked in different hotels. My first stop was Manila, and I stayed at Remington Hotel at Resorts world. This is not my first time to check into this hotel, as a matter of fact I actually had a bad stay the first time around. Read More

Hotel Review: Villa Paradiso (South Beach, Miami)

Last May 2016 I had a trip to the United States of America, my first stop was Miami. My flight from Dubai and Paris went well, unfortunately landing in Miami wasn’t quite a good Β Idea. I was on queue at the immigration for four hours, and there were only less than five immigration counters open. There was even a moment where there was only one counter processing the entry of the passengers. I thought I saw the worst immigration in Dubai, but no! Miami’s immigration was the worst! Read More

7 Hours Lay-over in CDG (Paris)

As a budget traveler, I normally search for the cheapest option to travel. I got a good deal with AirFrance last May 2016, booking this trip though would mean that I’d have a 7 hour lay-over at Paris ‘s Charles de Gaulle airport. I did some research on the things and activities that I can do while inside the Airport. I planned to go out of the airport and spend 5 hours in Paris, unfortunately they require me to have a valid schengen visa. It was not worth it, spending $150.00 just to spend 5-6 hours in Paris? Nahhh. Read More