Written by: Karla Rey
One of the best things about having a travel blog is getting to document my adventures to share with others, and look back on myself. My travel section is packed full of my trips and all the photos I’ve taken – what could be better than that?! It’s like a living diary and I think the quality of the photographs are really important to this. No one wants to look back at blurry or dark pictures, and now that we have digital cameras built right into our phones, there is no reason to put up with them! Here are my six tips for taking travel photographs.
Mactan Island is the gateway to historic and gorgeous Cebu province, a huge island surrounded by more than 100 islands and islets in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. While most tourists only hear about Cebu City itself, Mactan Island and the entire province of Cebu are filled with different must-see secrets for adventurous tourists looking to take the unbeaten path.
These tips, except transport, isn’t necessarily for Kansai only, but leans more towards the whole of Japan in general. With courtesy, of course, they tend to be more lenient with foreigners, but there’s still a level we have to maintain.
Traveling to a new country can be overwhelming. New people, new place, and new cultures that tend to differentiate from what you are familiar with. For example, in the PH, it’s usual to find prepaid sim cards sold in most convenience stores. But that’s not the case for the other East Asian countries like Japan, Singapore, Taiwan, etc.
Focusing on Taipei travel, let me show teach you the tips I have gained from exploring the city.
I've been to Taipei twice and this itinerary is specifically made for and by yours truly. It's targeted more for those who want to see more of the culture with a limited amount of time rather than taking the time to integrate themselves into the culture of Taiwan.
Favori is known for its room scents and linen sprays. But have you ever heard of their scent of wanderlust?
Solo travel is an experience you have to try at least once. As they say, you grow when you move out of your comfort zone. What better way to test that comfortability by taking a step outside all on your own?
But before you do, let’s make sure you know what you’re getting into.
It’s the D-Day. The Day. Flight Day. Taiwan Time. Solo Travel Vacay. Am I ready for this? The answer was a total YES!
Ever feel like the city is too fast, too noisy, too much? Ever need to relax, unwind, and just enjoy nature. But then, you don’t have the time to go away from Manila for so long? Or that you can’t do much of the adventure-y outdoors-y things, but you kind of want to try?