June 2019 | Vientiane, Laos Moving on from Myanmar, I arrived in Vientiane Airport, Laos with an hour flight to meet up with 2 of my friends, JJ and Damon for some Laos adventures. Our plan is to skip the capital all together as it seemed really boring and it was a no brainer to […]Read more "The Escape to Laos | Pakse, Luang Prabang, Luang Namtha"
May 2019 | Yangon, Myanmar As part of my Bachelor graduation trip, I finally got to tick off Myanmar off my SEA travel list. As this was my first time going Myanmar with only 7 days or so, me and my friend, Qi, have to be prudent in maximizing the time we have and the […]Read more "The Escape to Central Myanmar | Bagan, Kalaw, Inle Lake"
July 2018 | Leh, India India may have a bad reputation throughout the world due to how the media portray them. However, most of the people that traveled to India loved it and can’t wait to head back. It is no secret that India with the Himalayas range has one of the best mountains in […]Read more "[ESCAPE] The Escape to Jammu & Kashmir, India | Markha Valley • Whitewater Rafting • Mountain Biking"
July 2018 | Leh, India Markha Valley is definitely the most popular trek you can find in Leh and that means it is not the best if you are not looking forward to seeing other hikers and want the trek by yourself. Every agency you go definitely have this tour and will most likely be […]Read more "[ESCAPE] The Escape to Jammu & Kashmir, India | Markha Valley Trek"
November 2017 | Bosnia and Herzegovina Continued from the previous post… From Durmitor National Park in Montenegro, I headed up northwest into the region of Bosnia, Tjentiste from Zabljak. However, unless you have your own transport, it is a bit tricky to get to Tjentise by bus. This is the route I took. Zabljak > […]Read more "Solo Backpacking the Balkans | Bosnia & Herzegovina"
November 2017 | Montenegro Balkans or Baltic? The question that I asked myself many times when I was planning for my final trip in the 5 months of Exchange in the Czech Republic. It was winter by November and it is hard to find a hiking trail that is safe for solo hiking with minimum […]Read more "Solo Backpacking the Balkans | Montenegro"
Triglav is not just a mountain, Triglav is kingdom. – Julius Kugy October 2017 | Triglav, Slovenia Mount. Triglav [2,864m MASL], located in Triglav National Park, is the highest and most famous peak in Slovenia and arguably the most scenic mountain range in the whole of Eastern Julian Alps. It is said that a Slovenian is not […]Read more "Solo Hiking Triglav | Slovenia"
October 2017 | Tyrol, Austria The Eagle’s Walk in Austria is one of the most famous long-distance hiking trails in the world. It contains 33 stages, which means 33 days, extending from east to west, and most stages are located in Tyrol, Austria. It can be hiked by all levels of hikers, be it beginner […]Read more "Solo Hiking the Eagle’s Walk | Tyrol, Austria"
[Continued from the previous post on Negros Orientals ] – Mt. Talinis, Negros Oriental – Mount Talinis, Elev. 1,903m Following the hostel’s owner instructions, we took a Ceres Liner from the town to Liloan Port (40php) and from there, a ferry to Sibulan Port (62php) before taking a tricycle to Dumaguete City (50php). We […]Read more "The Escape to Negros Orientals, Philippines | Mt. Talinis"
June 2017 | Cebu, Philippines I love The Philippines. Last March, I went exploring the Northern part of the Philippines for my first solo trip, mainly, Sagada and Mt.Pulag and they were both so awesome that I went back and did a research on the other parts of the Philippines. This June, I finally got […]Read more "The Escape to Negros Orientals, Philippines | Kawasan Falls • Oslob • Siquijor Island"