Category Archive: Asia

Expedition Bali, Land of The Gods

  My travels to Bali are behind me know and I can truly admit to you that it surpassed my expectations. This tropical destination is at the top of many travelers’ list and… Continue reading

Bali and My Coastal Wanderings

  My travel days were blending into one another. I had a hard time keeping up with what day of the week it was. My days were filled with one expedition after another. The… Continue reading

Bali’s Waterfall Trek

  Bali’s Waterfall Trek a Jungle Hiking Experience     Follow the Pacific Ocean to where it meets the Indian Ocean and you will find the island of Bali. The island isn’t that… Continue reading

Sacred Hike of Bali

Bali is widely known for its beautiful beaches and wonderful people. During the days I was researching the island and creating my itinerary, I was becoming more intrigued with Ubud and the mountain… Continue reading

Expedition Thailand

    There are view places in the world that can inspire one to travel. One such place is the Southeast Asian country of Thailand. The vivid colors of the country and its… Continue reading

Maya Bay and The Phi Phi Islands

    The archipelago of the Phi Phi Islands is located in Thailand’s Andaman Sea. The archipelago is made up of six islands with Phi Phi Don as the only populated island in the chain. This… Continue reading

Phi Phi Don, Thailand

      Thailand is one of Asia’s top destinations and the main reason for this is the many beautiful beaches and ideal tropical islands. When I planned my trip to Thailand, I wanted… Continue reading

The Legend of Siam

  The Legend of Siam (travel log)   Travel back through history, to a time where a young nation was just coming of age. Siam, known today as Thailand, was becoming a nation.… Continue reading

Thailand’s Unique Markets

Bangkok has many alluring travel destinations. And, if you are a fan of James Bond, you have to remember James riding a boat through the floating market of Bangkok. When I conceived my… Continue reading

Bangkok, City of Temples

  Bangkok is one of the premier travel destinations of South East Asia, or the world, for one reason or another. The city seems to have what you’re looking for. The city is… Continue reading

Hong Kong, The Urban Pinnacle

My travels have consistently been more of the eco-tourism variety. Whether its swimming with penguins in the Galapagos or petting pink dolphins in the Rio Negro of the Amazon, I’ve preferred to be… Continue reading

Kayaking Abatan River

  Why do we kayak? It’s a great form of exercise For the adventure For the accomplishment To see nature first hand But why would anyone want to do it for 4 hours… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday – Victoria Harbour

. One man’s junk is another man’s pleasure craft. Hundreds of years of history now wrapped in this vessel sailing amid new history arising from the lapping waves and reaching to the tops… Continue reading

The Filipino Spirit

  During my holiday here in the Philippines a dramatic event occurred that affected my life on a personal level. My father passed away. He did so during a time of happiness for… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, the Coming of Darkness

Dusk, the coming of darkness, once again brings the importance of light. The constant struggle between light and darkness is never ending.  * (pier side at Sibonga, Cebu, Philippines) . .

The Beaches of Bohol

This is the first time I’ve had to deal with inclement weather during my holiday. I usually plan around these situations and avoid these issues. In this case it was unavoidable and we… Continue reading

Cebu City Photo Journal

The Philippines’ central city is Cebu City, not just geographically but also historically. The birth of the nation began here. The first Spanish colony was established here. But, this is a photo journal so… Continue reading

My Admiration for Volunteers, Cebu City and the World

. I have read many articles of people volunteering around the world in order to benefit the less fortunate. The more I think about it, the more my admiration gains for these volunteers,… Continue reading

Hong Kong, From the Sky and Through the Lens

The day has come, winter has fallen in China and it’s time to flee the continent for warmer feeding grounds in the southern hemisphere of New Zealand. I gather myself and flap my… Continue reading

The Mabuhay Expedition and the Two Day Layover

The day has come, this part-time traveler will be on the road again. The Mabuhay Expedition will commence but before we embark on that road we will be in Hong Kong for a… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, Innocence in Paradise

The innocence of young children discovering a new world. Two young girls visit the Philippines for the first time. They comb the beach for seashells and experiences. Their innocence allows them to enjoy this… Continue reading

Snapshot Sunday, El Nido Palawan

Low tide brings the dawn of a new day in paradise. * for my post on El Nido, please see: Paradise Found, El Nido

Paradise Found, El Nido

  The road to paradise can be long and arduous which adds to their uniqueness. They’re not often down the street. That’s why there hard to find. The road to my paradise started… Continue reading

A Frog Walks Into a Bar,… Trippin’ in Puerto Princesa

  As we take our table in the bar, one of the girls noticed a tree frog on the table in front of us and they notified the waitress and her response was… Continue reading

Sinulog

In my birth city of Cebu, Philippines there is a festival which is unrivalled by any other in the country, Sinulog. The word ‘Sinulog’ is a dance ritual in honor of the miraculous image… Continue reading