I lost my drone but not my dreams

When I lost my drone, instantaneously my heart turned heavy. However, I realized that I still am holding onto something that has much more weight than my heavy emotions.  

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Why you must visit Hiroshima

When we go for a vacation, our expectations always revolve around having full of wonder and enjoyment, which most of the time is achievable. However, very few destinations could meet that expectation while at the same time wrench your heart with so much pain that will later intensify into a source of an even much more inspiration.

Hiroshima, the historical prefecture that has been through hell and back,  did just that.

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How to apply for a Japan visa?

How much money should be in my account’s bank certificate? – For Japan, the ideal daily allowance per day is 6,000 JPY, approximately PhP 3,000. Multiply it by the number of days you’ll be in the country, then add your accommodation, airfare, and destination/theme park expenses — that should be the minimum amount available in your account.

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TrueLove Cafe at Neverland – Bangkok’s Doggo Haven

I saw a golden opportunity to feel like I have one for a day while I was in Thailand. There’s a place in Thailand where you could find your true love, in a form of a dog — the True Love Cafe at Neverland.

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10 practical ways to travel

“You must be rich because you can travel a lot.”

That’s what frequent travelers always get from friends or even relatives. True enough, traveling could be expensive especially if you did not think of practical ways and take advantage of what could have helped you save money.

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How a colour blind sees the world

I am partially colour-blind since birth, and there are times that it’s difficult for me to identify specific hues and shades. My mom discovered it when I was still a child while helping her sort laundry by colour. Later on, we found out that my elder brother is also colour-blind, and such colour vision impairment could be hereditary.

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I left my job and traveled alone

I resigned from the company I work for, left the prestige of my job’s designation, removed myself from the crazy corporate world, then packed my bags and ticked-off one of the items on my bucket list: to travel alone.

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“DIY trip to (insert destination) for only (low travel expenses)”

If you are a traveler and you belong to groups online, or you are just simply scrolling your newsfeed, you have probably seen the same headline as what’s written above: “DIY Trip *insert destination* for only *low travel expenses*.

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