Telltale signs you’re a travel junkie

Since I am re-testing the posting ability of this site (I managed to erase everything from scratch thanks to my otherworldly experiments), I am publishing this “Telltale signs you’re a travel junkie” article for my test post.

Apologies for anything irritating posted.

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Journey with a ‘journeying’ surfer

One of Philippines’ renowned travel bloggers, JMS, was still in the area and agreed to accompany me and my buddy-less self. We met that morning and went surfing “together.” (Oh that word sounds so cunning.)

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I am not a travel blogger

Looking for options in Hong Kong

“I am not a travel blogger.”

I told that to a stranger sitting across me at a table while eating my ice cream in my recent trip to La Union. Minutes ago, there were talks on the environment, saving the world and living with strangers in your house. Then I was asked what I was doing there. Continue reading “I am not a travel blogger”

El Nido beach

EL NIDO: Spending mornings along El Nido Beach

Praying along the beach is the best experience for a prayerful person. I mean, yeah it’s all about God, but seeing my bedsheet compared to seeing the calm waters of El Nido beach is just amazing. I kept on saying, “God, thank You. Thank You!” and repeated that for like ten times two times. Continue reading EL NIDO: Spending mornings along El Nido Beach

EL NIDO: That six-hour ride from Puerto Princesa

The leg space was so awkward that during the “rough road” moments, I would always unconsciously turn off the airconditioner with my knees. To this, SZ would spend the rest of the trip holding my uncontrollable knees to keep me from creating thermostat havoc. Continue reading EL NIDO: That six-hour ride from Puerto Princesa