Photo Challenge: DOOR

Hey, folks! For the longest time, I've been seeing this "Photo Challenge" all over my WordPress feed, from some of my favorite travel bloggers. There are a lot of different types of "Photo Challenges" that are published, but its theme of doors always stood out to me. Simple in function, doors are beautiful works of … Continue reading Photo Challenge: DOOR

5 Beautiful Bookstores in the World

Since I was little, I've always been an avid reader. From picking up YA novels in second grade to studying literature in university, I devoured books within days, even hours, of picking them up. I would beg my parents to take me to bookstores (including Borders, RIP) to spend an afternoon reading in the aisles, … Continue reading 5 Beautiful Bookstores in the World

Feeling Unsafe as a Solo Female Traveler (My Experience)

Photo by Rachel Claire on Pexels.com Hello, folks. This week's post will be less of an optimistic one than usual, but I wanted to write about this to spread awareness about the instances that many people don't see (nor really talk about) when it comes to travel. While travel comes with plenty of joyous and … Continue reading Feeling Unsafe as a Solo Female Traveler (My Experience)

10 Mesmerizing Water Photos Around the World

A while back, Anita from 100 Trek posted this article in which she did a photo challenge inspired by the Lens-Artists Challenge on this blog, and I was interested in sharing my photos of what I've encountered during my travels around the world. There's something about water which is mesmerizing and ever-changing, from a small … Continue reading 10 Mesmerizing Water Photos Around the World

5 Favorite Ramen Spots (outside of Japan)

I have never met anyone who didn't like ramen (Japanese noodle soup). After all, what's there not to like about it? Rich broth, chewy noodles, tender slices of pork...it's the ultimate comfort food that's sure to make your day better. I've had my fair share of delicious ramen while visiting Japan (especially at world-famous joints … Continue reading 5 Favorite Ramen Spots (outside of Japan)