Here’s a “he said/she said” travel post that I and my brother talked about while camping in Chiang Rai. Bonfire chats sure create deep conversations ūüôā It may have been two months since we came back from backpacking but there are just so many memories that we can’t help but reminisce. Excepting Singapore, otherwise it […]

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I had a strong¬†impression of¬†Singapore even before I set foot on its fertile soil carpeted in¬†concrete. It cemented my view when I saw and experienced first-hand how progressive it is compared to its South East Asian neighbors, the Philippines included. I consider Singapore¬†the “land of overflowing milk and honey”. High-rise buildings and luxurious shopping centers […]

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Retired Air Force. He had an affable smile, initiating¬†small conversations as we seated beside each other¬†on a bus bound¬†to Baguio. Exhausted from the warm climate of Manila and from activities of the week, I only gave short replies until I was able to regain some energy. He seemed¬†enjoying his retirement which interested me. I started […]

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If you are travelling in Vietnam, you should consider stopping by Mui Ne. Here is a coastal resort town with two totally opposite¬†attractions combined in a small area: crazy¬†waters and colorful sand dunes.This is the¬†main reason¬†why most travelers always visit this place¬†while some considered it their home, even setting up businesses on the long stretch […]

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I mentioned before about my plan to¬†“rest” for a year to get¬†creative¬†while continuing to learn new things for self-improvement. I never thought that part of it will lead me¬†back to finance which is quite interesting. In a sense, I need capital to continue doing what I love in my own terms and not restricted by […]

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