While touring around India, everywhere I went, I noticed an interesting cultural norm that was quite a common sight in public places: Indian men hold each other's hands in public. I saw them everywhere, in the streets, parks, temples.
Myanmar is usually off the radar of several Pinoy travellers but the magnificent and holy site of the country's pride, the Shwedagon Pagoda, is a place of pilgrimage for many Buddhists.
he pagoda is built on a wide land and visitors are required to leave their footwear outside the temple, wear proper dress code and walk barefoot around its premises.
Jantar Mantar, a monument located in Jaipur, Rajasthan, north of India, is an observatory that allows you to observe the movement of celestial bodies with your naked eye.
Although not as popular with backpackers as compared to Thailand and Cambodia, I went to Vientiane, the capital of Laos, to spend two days to so I could have my passport stamped because my maximum stay in Thailand was about…
I went to Taiwan to take advantage of their extended no-visa policy on Filipino citizens. I will write a series of blogs about that trip soon. It was my first time in Taiwan and that trip made me fall in…
This is why I like strolling around and getting lost in places I travel to. I take pictures of things of random people and architecture like this street in Taipei, Taiwan.