Japan 2017: An Amateur’s Guide (Day 5 and 6)

Hello everyone! I am heartily sorry for not having posted in a while. I was a bit busy juggling work, home, and community activities and most days I was just too tired to post. Fret not, this will be my last update on my recent Japan trip since this is the last highlight. So, let’s…

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Japan 2017: An Amateur’s Guide (Day 4)

Hi Everyone. I have not been able to continue posting about my Japan trip due to the ongoing political crisis in my homeland, Mindanao, specifically in the city of Marawi. In light of the recent invasion by the Maute Group in that city, the President declared Martial Law here in Mindanao to ultimately control the…

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Japan 2017: An Amateur’s Guide (Day 2)

(Continued…) Our Second day in Japan consisted of lengthy walks in the Ueno Park and Zoo, the Tokyo Natural Museum of Science and the district of Shinjuku. Ueno was probably one of the largest parks I’ve ever been to, and also one of the prettiest. here are some of the snaps I took:

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Japan 2017: an Amateur’s guide

I’ve been a constant daydreamer when it came to imagining myself strolling on the streets of Tokyo. Ever since I was a kid, I’ve always been a fan of Japan’s vibrant culture, its people, and most specially, Anime. Who would’ve thought that the day I’ve been dreaming of would finally come! I just came home…

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Travel Diaries of a Banker: Surigao 2016

The long weekend brought by All Souls and All Saints Day finally gave me and my Security Bank Georgetown family a chance to make our overdue summer outing happen. (Can I still call it “summer outing”? Haha) Our trip to Surigao was coordinated by Cdo Travel and Tours, a local travel agency which has cheap…

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The Beauty That Is Cebu

Hello everyone! How I’ve missed writing to you guys and sharing my stuff here on WordPress. I’ve been pretty busy lately and I couldn’t seem to find the time to even jot down an entry or two on my blog. I’m really sorry. However, this week is my Mandatory Scheduled Leave week so finally, after…

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White Island of Camiguin

Camiguin may be an islet, but it sure is packed with a lot of beauty that leaves tourists, young and old, awed and inspired as they bid farewell to the provincial life for the Urban Cityscape.

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