There's a big difference between being alone and being lonely. I've heard this before - believed it (mostly for cognitive dissonance) but didn't really manifest it in my life. I loved my "me-time's" but every time I found myself situated at some place where I'm alone, I immediately felt lonely and uncomfortable. I remind myself of this difference again but somehow end up still ... Read More
Hello, loves! I gotta warn you: this page contains many things that can trigger your wanderlust. If you're up for that, read on!
I am outright going to say that I am the type of person who chases moments of being lost and alive. There's nothing more special than that feeling I get whenever I see or try something new, step on new territories for the first time, learn their histories and what made them what they are, be exposed to various cultures, and meet new people along the way. In those moments, I feel like time either slows down or moves so fast that I somehow want it to freeze. Traveling, I've realized, is not something I normally just want to do. Somehow, I guess I was born for it.
So what makes me want to blog about travel and why should you read my posts?
Obviously, I admit that I am still learning a lot of things when it comes to traveling. But in this blog, I write about things that I have already learned and realized throughout my experiences of being an exchange student in Europe and of seeing different countries in a certain span of time. Traveling is my passion so I am writing about it; but I'm also doing so because I want to inspire you to go out there and see the world. I am a living proof that it doesn't matter how young or old you are or where you come from to achieve your dream of traveling the world.
In this page, you will find posts about:
- travel tips
- student travel
- traveling in budget
- solo travel
- and so much more! ;)
So can I officially name you as my travel buddy? Come, let's tick things off our bucket list together, shall we? Reach me through my social media sites or my contact page and don't forget to subscribe to my email list here!
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Two weeks before I go back "home" to the Philippines and here I am not wanting to leave this place I now consider my second home. Most of my friends already left and went back to their own countries and to their normal lives; some are still traveling around while some are still here, starting off their second semester. The past six months have been a whirlwind - starting off ... Read More
The Dolomites or Dolomiti - a mountain range in the northeastern Italy that is also a part of the Alps - was never on my bucket list. I really was not the hiking type of a person. I enjoy the hustle and bustle of cities more than the quiet, disconnected nights in the mountains. That was not until my friend from Poland (hi Anna!), who was also an exchange student like me, ... Read More
Venice has always been a dream. I can remember looking at a postcard with a picture of Venice a few years ago and thinking about the day when I can finally see its beautiful canals personally. Whenever I've got a dream such as someplace I want to go to or something I want to have, I usually spend my nights imagining myself as if I'm already in that specific place or I already ... Read More
The plan is to study and travel. I knew that I have to take advantage of my exchange program and travel around different places because of three reasons: 1) I am studying in Italy and countries are simply within reach, 2) I paid for my Schengen visa so I have to make every penny I paid for it worth it (!!!), and 3) I have a major wanderlust. RELATED: Countries I Went to in ... Read More
I have a confession to make: I have a serious case of wanderlust. That probably wouldn't come as a surprise to you if you've stuck with my blog for quite some time now (sending virtual hugs your way if you have!). If you're new on this blog, I love you already and I encourage you to check out my travel posts here as a backup evidence of what I just said. When I was a few ... Read More