It is indeed PURE BLISS to wed the person you dearly love. All the hard work and stressful wedding preparations paid off the moment you see that everything is coming together during the wedding day. However behind every successful and memorable wedding is … Continue reading El Nido Resorts Palawan: A One Of A Kind Honeymoon Destination
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Waterfront Park is the newest and the largest family park in the Royal Commission area. The long stretch of gardens and playgrounds is definitely a haven for families to enjoy a fantastic weekend by the sea. The park has gazebos that … Continue reading Yanbu KSA | Chasing Sunset at the Waterfront Park
During our flight to Athens last September we had a 4 hours lay-over at the Ataturk International Airport. The airport is no longer impressive and comfortable unlike before when we first landed in Istanbul years back. It has seen better days already. … Continue reading Carluccio Cafe & Restaurant | Ataturk Airport Istanbul
Heidelberg is a town on the Neckar River in southwestern Germany. It’s known for venerable Heidelberg University, founded in the 14th century. Gothic Heiliggeistkirche church towers over the cafe-lined Marktplatz, a town square in the Altstadt (Old Town). The … Continue reading Heidelberg Germany | Why Is It An Interesting Place To Visit?
First and foremost, the reason why Derick and I visited Fudds yesterday was because we were celebrating our 133rd monthsary. Yay! It has been our long tradition that every 25th of the month we will go out and dine somewhere … Continue reading Fuddruckers Restaurant – Yanbu KSA
Oia (pronounced as Eeyah) is the most popular and posh village in Santorini. It is where you can find the famous blue-dome churches and the traditional windmills which you can see in most of Santorini postcards. Plus the white-washed houses … Continue reading Exploring Oia Santorini
SUNSETS are proof that no matter what happens, everyday can end beautifully. – Kristen Butler There’s something magical about sunsets that make my day complete every time I see one. I can’t help myself but marvel as to how beautiful … Continue reading Chasing Sunsets in Santorini
Visiting Santorini isn’t complete without exploring its unique beaches and basking under the sun. As far as I know, there are many beaches in Santorini. These beaches were formed after the massive volcanic eruption happened many years ago creating white, black and … Continue reading Sunkissed in Santorini Beaches
Before it was called Santorini, the island was known as Kalliste which means “the most beautiful one” in Greek. It was in the 13th century when the Latin Empire called it Santorini which was named after the old cathedral … Continue reading Santorini Greece: Sightseeing Tour
Summer means travel season. Obviously it is my favorite season of the year! And surely it is everyone’s favorite season too. Summer is the perfect time for us to explore as many places as we can because Derick has the longest vacation … Continue reading Summer 2016: Travel Updates
Our original plan was to celebrate our 9th wedding anniversary at Astoria Palawan. Everything was perfectly planned a year ahead until something came up… and baaammm! All the excitement was shattered. My dream romantic wedding anniversary getaway was ruined just like … Continue reading Anniversary Staycation: Holiday Inn Yanbu, KSA
Back in March 2013, Derick and I traveled to Georgia. A country in the Caucasus region that was formerly part of the Soviet Union. This country is located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, surrounded by the Black Sea on … Continue reading 16 Things To Do and See In Tbilisi, Georgia
Nothing compares to having your favorite seafood cooked just the way you like it. At the same time what if you can even select fresh ingredients like fruits and veggies to go with it too? Yes, that’s the concept of … Continue reading Sutukil Restaurant: Isla Sugbu Seafood City
Husband and I will be traveling again soon. At the moment I am beginning to gather and sort items to pack for our six weeks vacation in the Philippines. We’re not flying on a Business Class ticket. Meaning we have to … Continue reading Travel Essentials For Long Haul Flight
I am delighted to announce that Travel with Joy was nominated. Yay! This is the first time that I’ve received a Liebster Award nomination. It is such an honor for me to accept it and be part of the blogging circle. … Continue reading Liebster Award!
Mementos Monday is a documentation of my collections, souvenirs and memorable items I have gathered when traveling. Ever since my husband and I started traveling, we also gathered a number of different souvenirs. Some of which we kept inside their … Continue reading Mementos Monday: Jordan Souvenirs
Cebu is my home. The place where my heart belongs… Sha-lala-lala Cebu Cebu… (singing the famous line of a Cebuano song Cebu . Hahaha! Moving on… Cebu has changed so much since I’ve left. The city becomes a bustling metropolis. New skyscrapers and … Continue reading Beach Family Bonding: Movenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu
Had one of our dinner here during our stay at Movenpick Hotel and Resort. Ibiza Beach Cub is actually a bar by the sea that has indoor and outdoor dining area. According to my husband “it’s just a typical bar … Continue reading Ibiza Beach Club – Movenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu
To begin with, my husband and I spent our 8th wedding anniversary at Movenpick Hotel Mactan. Stayed there for three days, so basically we had most of our meals at The Sails restaurant. From breakfast to dinner. The restaurant has … Continue reading The Sails Restaurant – Movenpick Hotel Mactan Island Cebu
Jerash is a city in Jordan, north of the capital Amman. Inhabited since the Bronze Age, it’s known for the ruins of the walled Greco-Roman settlement of Gerasa just outside the modern city. These include the 2nd-century Hadrian’s Arch, the Corinthian columns of the Temple of Artemis and the huge Forum’s oval colonnade. The Jerash Archaeological Museum displays artifacts excavated from the site. – [Source]
Amman was known in the Old Testament as Rabbath-Ammon, the capital of the Ammonites around 1200 BC, it was also referred to as “the City of Waters”. In Greco-Roman times in the 3rd century BC, the City was renamed Philadelphia … Continue reading Jordan: Amman Citadel & Roman Amphitheater
Every time we hear the word Paris, the Eiffel Tower is always the first thing comes in mind. Isn’t it? Many aspires to visit Paris just to see and witness the grandness of the Eiffel Tower. I guess this iconic … Continue reading Oh Paris – Eiffel For You!
Time flew by so fast. That’s exactly in my head when I went through my photos today. It’s been 10 months now and it seems like yesterday when Derick and I traveled Europe. Where did the time go? And how come … Continue reading Paris: Chateau De Versailles