05 October 2018

Italy | Getting Inspired by the Beauty of Rome

Do you ever feel sometimes you want to be in a place where you can just forget all the pressures of being an adult and just be inspired to live life? In my case, I do feel most of the time lately this year. So few months ago, I decided to go on a trip to Rome and my main goal was simple: to let loose. Meaning, to fully enjoy the travel without stressful thinking. It’s when I allowed myself to break free, I was able to discover more about me.

28 September 2018

Schengen Visa Application in a European Country

I currently work and reside in Cyprus, a European Country in the East Mediterranean, but despite of my work and residency permit, I still need to apply for a Schengen Visa should I wish to visit some nearby countries within Europe (i.e. Schengen Member States). For those who doesn’t have a powerful passport like mine, applying for a travel visa could be tedious as it requires a whole lot of documentations and proving of one’s capacity to travel. It’s a tiresome process but I do understand its importance and the security reasons for implementing it. Let me share with you my experiences in applying for Schengen Visa and hopefully, it will guide you in your preparation for your plans to travel in Europe.

15 September 2018

Greece | Traveling Solo in a Romantic Island, Santorini

Santorini, Greece is recognized as one of the most romantic places in the world but despite of what it’s known for, I managed to travel there alone. It has been my dream to witness the sunset in Santorini and I wouldn’t mind going there on my own. Maybe for some people, they find it a little awkward to wander around a place they thought surrounded mostly by couples expressing proudly of their love and intimacy. But trust me, when I was there I’ve seen a lot of soloist and soul-searching travelers too. Thus, Santorini is a place for everyone! And even if I was there by myself, I enjoyed every single bit of it.

31 August 2018

Wine Festival Limassol | Obsession meets Culture

Last night marks the opening ceremony of the Wine Festival 2018 in Limassol, Cyprus. It is a 10-day continuous wine festivity held in the Limassol’s Municipal Gardens where locals and foreigners from every part of the island country come together not just to taste delectable wines but also to celebrate a significant tradition of the Cypriot culture.

The Wine Festival Limassol this year starts from 31st of August until 9th of September, 07:00 PM to 11:30 PM daily with an entrance fee of only EUR 5 for adults 18 years old & above and EUR 3 for ages 6-18 years old. With that fee, you get 20% off all bottled wines (applies to 1 bottle, excluding Commandaria) from ETKO, LOEL, KEO or SODAP wineries. Also, in this year’s festival, they have organized exciting programs which include magic shows, theatrical performances, musical activities, display of vintage automobiles, caricature exhibitions and a lot more!

20 August 2018

Cyprus | The Tombs of the Kings

In the southwest coast of the Mediterranean Island of Cyprus lies a monumental location where you’ll see underground tombs that are said to be the burial sites of Paphitic aristocrats and high-ranking officials during the 4th Century BC. This place is named as The Tombs of the Kings and it’s one of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Contrary to its name, there were no actual Kings buried in this place but because of its grandeur and magnificence, the locals trademarked the place with a grand name.

19 August 2018

A Lovely Dinner at Dionysus Mansion

I always have a thing about dinner because for me, it’s the most special meal of the day when you can truly enjoy and spend real quality time after a long day. So once in a while, I want to dine out in a special place where I can relax and have a lovely dinner.

Few nights ago, while walking on the streets of Limassol, we passed by Dionysus Mansion Restaurant where it’s known for its purple garden dining area. The moment I walked in the restaurant, I knew it was going to be a pleasant dinner.

13 August 2018

What’s in Cyprus?

Nestled in the eastern basin of Mediterranean Sea is a reserved island country rich in geological events, prehistoric places and ancient stories. This place is known to have the earliest human activity on the dates to around 10,000 BC. Thus, if you are into the world history and you endeavor to have a deeper understanding of human evolution, this country could be one of your must-explore destinations. And this island country is no other than Cyprus or Κύπρος in Greek.

12 August 2018

I am writing again

To tell you the truth, I don’t know how to start this blog again but what I know is that I should have not neglected something I am passionate about. Been telling myself for the past two years to do blogging once more but my focus was on my career and unfortunately, I’ve let it consume me in a drastic way. But now I hope I’m awaken and firmly ready to sail across the blogging world again! Though I am a little bit apprehensive where will this take me, I am thrilled on the thought that I’m starting over again. I see it as a new lease of life so I’m going to push harder my luck this time and I hope I would be able to break new ground!

The Sunset Guy

20 February 2016

UAE | Dubai – A Hazy Morning And An Astonishing Skyline View

It was around 7 in the morning Wednesday this week when a mysterious fog covered the entire city of Dubai. I was heading to the office through a metro ride when I noticed a weird haze wrapping around the streets and buildings. At first I didn’t know whether I should be alarmed or not by such strange weather condition but people seemed relax about what’s going on. So maybe it was just a normal thing during winter here in Dubai. But since it was my first time to witness such misty atmosphere, I was amused and excited to capture the moment.

01 January 2016

First blog for 2016

First of all, I am sorry if I have been gone for a long while. I haven’t posted anything in this blog for few months. There were just a lot of things happened in my life and one of which is I am now living in Dubai, UAE. It has been a long-term plan of mine to experience living abroad and learning new culture. Now that I finally made such move, I have to say it’s not that easy at all. Things are really different here but it’s worth it.

20 July 2015

How I spent ₱350 at Maginhawa Street?

Oh dear, I savored the long weekend last week through a pleasurable food adventure. I and my best friend went to Maginhawa Street in Quezon City where restaurants are rumored to offer some exquisite and astonishing dishes. With only a budget of ₱350 each, we had a chock-full of gastronomic experience.

08 July 2015

Japan | Shibuya Crossing (Tokyo)

Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo

I can finally say “Oh my gosh, I’m in Tokyo!” - The place known for being the safest major city in the world and rumored as the most expensive metropolitan. I’ve heard this place since my childhood years and I’ve seen it featured in some great movies like Lost in Transition and Resident Evil. So I’m really ecstatic and overwhelmed to actually set my foot in a city so stunning like Tokyo. 

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