I had done a little bit of debating on where I should stay in Manila. It's was my first stop on this world tour of mine. I figured the first few days would probably be mostly resting and getting adjusting to the 13 hour time difference, so I figured a nice quiet room would be best. So I logged onto Airbnb and found 'HOMEY AND COZY | 1BR IN MAKATI (10).' It had good reviews, had everything I needed, and was close to things to see and do. My stay overall was decent. I was a li
Tucked away along a busy street and under large beautiful trees, the Corner Tree Cafe is the perfect hideaway in the heart of Makati in Manila. My visit was at the peak of Manila’s treacherous summer season, and this was just the place to cool down and get my grub on.
The restaurant is very charming. It has two large windows in front, that let in just the right amount of light. The dark wood floors contrast nicely with the off white painted walls. I feel like if they pl
It’s called one of the new wonders of the world. An underground river, spanning nearly 24 km long on Palawan’s west coast. It’s also happens one of the island’s biggest tourist attractions. I had debated whether or not I would visit here. I’ve been in a couple of underwater river caves before. But when I asked a few other travelers what their favorite thing to do on the island was, they said the underground tour, so I jumped on ship. Booking my tour in Puerto Princesa was su