It’s amazing how this makes the world smaller and makes us feel more connected to each other, but we forget that this also comes at a price that our earth has to pay. Now more than ever, it’s important to travel responsibly.
written on April 24th, 2017 by Monica Villarica
It took them a few days and countless variations to get the perfect Café Latte. You can tell they’ve thought hard about putting the coffee together. According to them, they wanted to make sure you could still taste the coffee and it wasn’t overcome with milk. The right balance had to be had and it takes countless experimentation to get it right.
written on April 17th, 2017 by Kristiana Rule
It looked brighter and much closer than usual. Strangely, I thought it must’ve been because I was high up in the sky. Upon closer inspection, I was in awe with the view before me. Fishing out my camera, I took a shot. I had never been good with taking shots of the moon but the image was enough for me.
written on March 28th, 2017 by Rafia Abubakar
Dahican beach in Mati, Davao Oriental is a beach-lover’s dream. Fine white sand curve along the bay, coconut trees line the beach, and if you are lucky, you can some sea turtles hatch and leave for the ocean. But the icing on top of the cake is this: the waves that crash on the shore, making Dahican the perfect place to skimboard.
written on March 23rd, 2017 by Kristiana Rule
Cebu’s mix of business boom, mountainous landscapes, seaside life and historic preservation makes it a great destination for our Instagram feeds. Looking to spice up your Instagram while in Cebu?
Here are 5 places to visit, learn, and take those Instagram shots:
written on February 9th, 2017 by Monica Villarica
Everyone needs a spooky haunting story. The best way to get one is to experience it for yourself. Scrolling down my newsfeed I read something interesting, a mysterious place, the Invisible City of Samar in the Philippines, Biringan City.
written on February 1st, 2017 by Rafia Abubakar