Diving Bucketlist

18 May 19

I am absolutely pleased to be nominated for my first Mystery Blogger Award. It is wonderful to let someone know that their work, time writing and their passion is recognised and appreciated. I am excited about it. Really appreciate it. I am very thankful to Sharvina, for nominating me from her wonderful blog, Tips from Sharvi. […]

06 May 19
W a n d e r i n g C e b u a n a

Bantayan Island is an island located in the Visayan Sea, Philippines It is situated to the west of the northern end of Cebu Island across the Tañon Strait. Two of the main attraction of the island is it’s crystal-clear waters and it’s long powdery white sand. When you get to cool, crystal -clear waters, white sandy beaches, pleasant town […]

25 Apr 19

With so many long weekends coming up, aren’t you guys thinking of the various places that could be visited? But then thinking about the budget makes us cry! But don’t worry guys, we have got you all sorted. We have put together a list of 5 places that you can visit this year and it […]

20 Apr 19
Culture Trekking

Diving has become a huge passion of mine, and I am slowly working my way to becoming a Master Diver (keyword slowly). After knowing it is an activity that I will be doing for the rest of my life, I decided to get a little input from fellow divers and travel experts around the world who have contributed to this article on what we all feel are the Top Diving Locations Around the World.

19 Apr 19

My first time to travel solo and Bali has been the perfect place to be….

18 Apr 19

This 2019 calls for adventure and new amazing experiences. Here are 15 destinations you should include in your travel bucketlist for this 2019. 1. Cartagena, Colombia A UNESCO world heritage site, Cartagena is the representation of a tropical paradise. Filled with history, culture, and fine dining made Cartagena the perfect location amongst tourist. Las Islas […]

12 Apr 19
Everything about Everything

5. Higatangan Island, Biliran This island is known for its white sand beaches and shifting sandbars. Most tourists go to this island for snorkeling and scuba diving due to the abundance of sea creatures in the ocean. Others do cliff diving from the beautiful rock formations around the island. The beach is also a good […]

06 Apr 19
Travel by Jon and Jo'El Lapp

For me, it is about history, cultural enrichment and FOOD! Yes I love to eat and that is a big part of my travel experience no matter where that may be. History, it is more than just walking around the ruins of a castle or in the Colosseum in Rome. Yes it is nice to […]

06 Apr 19

Let’s be real: we all have a carefully-curated travel bucketlist by now that’s filled with some of the most beautiful places in the world, like Bali and Iceland. But what about the lesser-known destinations out there that you might not have heard of or seen while scrolling through your Instagram feed? Here are some of the […]

05 Apr 19
The World in Words

In a world full of judgements I choose silence Silence that breaks me at times And if I get unlucky, it happens most days Those days when I thought life would be just simple I wake up I eat I head for work and I go home. But I am always judged whenever wherever whoever […]

29 Mar 19
Atlantic Publishing Group, Inc.

By Danielle Sinon Let’s talk about summer! You may be thinking, “Didn’t they just talk about spring a couple weeks ago?” But now that the weather is warming up, it’s only natural for thoughts of long summer days and plans for new adventures to drift into our minds. We’ve got some books to inspire your […]

02 Apr 19
Sharapya: Pinoy Adventures

Ito ang kauna-unahang pag sali ko sa free diving lesson. Medyo takot ako dahil wala akong kakayahan na magswimming at magpalutang sa ibabaw ng dagat. Freediving, free-diving, free diving, breath-hold diving, or skin diving is a form of underwater diving that relies on breath-holding until resurfacing rather than the use of breathing apparatus such as […]

19 Mar 19
The Bohemian Daily

Anisa Daftari, a 1st generation American born, studied in India for 4 years in medicine doing ENT. A mother of 4 boys, an avid traveller and a heart of gold – she believes in being supportive and resourceful. She runs her own non-profits and supports many, a responsible contributor to social causes mainly to do […]

18 Mar 19
Ashton's Australian Adventure

March 7th we caught a flight out of Brisbane for a five day trip up to Cairns, but not without problems at the airport. We booked with an airline called Jetstar. When I booked with them through a third party app called Hopper, I was not informed about their business model. Jetstar is a discount […]