Chiang Mai, Mae Sod, Bangkok, Thailand DIY Trip

DIY Chiang Mai, Mae Sod and Bangkok, Thailand Trip

I had the opportunity to travel to Thailand in my last year in college. It was an exciting experience for me since its my first time to travel overseas. We traveled with our professor who knew quite a lot of the place so we didn’t had to worry so much about where to go or eat or any activity we’ll do. Yet she assigned us to manage a certain day of our travel. She gave us assignments to book our hostels and itinerary for the day. We were hands on to this experience that it was fulfilling to do travel planning and actually making it happen. Yeah! We were in a very tight budget that time so we had to limit our expenses but still get the most out of our first in a lifetime of travel experience.

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DIY Trip to Dahican, Mati, Davao Oriental, Philippines

1 Day DIY Trip to DAHICAN

Just below the two major islands in the Philippines, Mindanao has lots of natural beauties. One of these, just facing the pacific sun, is the coast of Davao Oriental. Renown of its waves, surfing spot, beautiful sand, and hospitable people – is Dahican beach of Mati City.

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Trading a Dream into a Plan

For a third-world country citizen who grew up in a poor family, it almost seem impossible to live out a very expensive dream – that is to travel the world. Fear and skepticism consumes Continue reading “Trading a Dream into a Plan”

Dreams, Regrets, etcetera…

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I’m still here and my dream’s there
I’s still here and I already regret
I’m not yet there but I’m always in regret
Cuz I think my dream is not worth dreaming of

These people say the best choice is this…
          do the right and noble things…
          that is to die so others may live
Then the other people, perhaps the majority, say,
          chase that dream for yourself, your self, self, self

And my heart echoes, “For my self, self, self”
The noble cause, its appeal has been dimmed
With the clamor of the world suggesting self build

My spirit’s weary and now confused
Soul is torn between dying and living my self
I weighed them and thought deeply
I dug the depths of my desires, my principles, my faith, my being
I continually inquired “What do I really have to be?”
A question many have no idea for themselves
Caught in the crossroad along with the others
Much of undecided where to go

I weighed it and I’m still figuring it out
Is there a possibility I could pursue my dream without sacrificing nobility?
How will I know the answer?
(i ask though i somehow know what’s His answer)
How will I go on wondering without getting tired?
I wonder what will happen.
Oh, I wonder what will happen.
For now, let me close these heavy eyes.

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