WanderWoman: Sagada Ep. 1 (How To Get There)

Sagada is a small tranquil town from the Mountain province. Nestled in a cool and quiet valley, it is one of the most amazing places in the Philippines. This town is perfect for outdoors  and scenic fascination. Rich in cultural and natural heritage, this place is an escape from the city life. HOW TO GET … Continue reading WanderWoman: Sagada Ep. 1 (How To Get There)


WanderWoman: Tips On How To Travel On A Budget.

Being out and about is fun. You get to discover the different places, food and culture around you. It's even more fun when you can do all of these in a budget-friendly way.  Here are some low-cost tips you need to check out before traveling anywhere. Look for free walking tours. - You can enjoy … Continue reading WanderWoman: Tips On How To Travel On A Budget.

WanderWoman: La Union Weekend

Spontaneity is the best kind of adventure. Last weekend, my friends and I went to La Union to celebrate another birthday bash. To be honest, it's actually my first time to visit Elyu (as they call it) and I am very much excited for this trip. I planned everything out one week ahead of the schedule. … Continue reading WanderWoman: La Union Weekend

WanderWoman: My Travel Bucketlist

Hello everyone! Since I've been rummaging through some of my travel essentials lately and planning to renew my passport soon. I decided to create a blog that will feature my ultimate travel destinations, perfect for my entire lifetime. These places are subject to change (might add some more). But as early as now, I would love to take … Continue reading WanderWoman: My Travel Bucketlist

WanderWoman: Getting around Hanoi

Hello everyone! This is my third WanderWoman post about my Hanoi trip. I am very much excited to show you fragments of Hanoi through local transport. Vietnamese people have several ways to roam around and they're not just about cabs and buses. Let me show you different ways to explore the country (some in three … Continue reading WanderWoman: Getting around Hanoi

Leaving Home.

How do u cope when you have to leave behind everything you've known? How will you find the courage to call a new city or country home? It's often said that you can probably find a Filipino in every country in the world. It's no longer unusual to hear that one of your friends is … Continue reading Leaving Home.

WanderWoman: Hanoi, Vietnam

  Okay, I have to admit. I spent most of my days in Hanoi wandering around cities to cities. Exploring sites, food-hopping from hawkers to hawkers, connecting with people and enjoying the place as it is. During my early days in Hanoi, I stayed in a place called Phúc Yên. It is a small a … Continue reading WanderWoman: Hanoi, Vietnam