Heading on vacation can be a wonderful experience for many reasons. Not only does it open you up to the potential and creative power of the world, but it can help you learn things you wouldn’t otherwise have known. However, sometimes culture takes a backstep to the absolute awestruck feeling you might experience when presented with a vista that takes the words right out of your mouth. Read More
We’re living in pretty exciting times. Unlike every generation before us, people are now able to do all of their work through the magic of the internet, and that brings with it a level of freedom that would be the envy of our parents, grandparents, and beyond. If you have an online job – or otherwise flexible working conditions – then there’s little stopping you from packing up and heading to pastures new, providing your chosen destination has the internet. If you have a family, you might think twice about upheaving the life you’ve created, but before you settle in – or resign yourself – to life just in one location, it’s worth taking a look at what might be gained by spending some time in an overseas country. Below, we take a look at some of the benefits of moving abroad with the family in tow.
It’s been raining hard for days and, I swear, to deal with this “bed weather” is indeed a struggle. For me not to adhere with my bed’s calling, I keep myself awake by looking back at our family travel photos in between my writing and social media managements jobs.
I thank my husband for bringing me and the kids to these places because I have memories to look back just like now. I suddenly realized that he is right after all. That money spent on travels cannot replace the experiences our family had. Read More
Our impromptu Baguio trip was also in time for the Panagbenga Festival and we only looked online for a place to stay the night before we travel. We sent email messages and even called few hotels but all of them were fully booked, as I expected. As I mentioned here, we finally got our reservation at Pines View Hotel located at Legarda Road. Read More
Ever since my husband knew that I have never been to Baguio, he would always bring up the idea of going there with the kids. I, on the other hand would be hesitant because of two main reasons: one, we don’t have a car so it means we will have to travel by bus for hours and I don’t know if our kids would be fine on a long travel and two, I am afraid of the so called “zigzag” road going up.
Last January 30 though, as the kids and I were preparing for bed time, he told us to pack our bags because we will be travelling to Baguio by morning. Our kids got excited and jumped on our bed while I was left speechless.