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THE BALI SERIES: TIRTA EMPUL

Inspiration, Travel

It was a rainy first day in Bali, which made it a little difficult to explore this beautiful island. Apparently, January is their rainy season, so it was no surprise. It also made it very foggy that the famous Mount Batur or the Kintamani Volcano was almost impossible to see. After visiting the Tegenungan Waterfall, and having late lunch at a buffet overlooking the Kintamani Volcano, we headed towards the…

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THE BALI SERIES: TEGENUNGAN WATERFALL

Travel

After months of contemplating where to visit on my 3-week vacation beside visiting my family in the Philippines, I decided that it is time for me to visit other countries in Southeast Asia. While scrolling through facebook, I stumbled upon a video that instantly sold Bali, Indonesia to me. Right there and then, I booked our ticket to Bali. Most of the flights available have layovers at either Singapore or…

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CANCUN IN MOTION

Travel

A much needed break after a calendar filled summer. Talk about MCAT Review + a Summer class + Full Time work. Exhaustion at its finest!! Feeling the burn out, and what better way to feel rejuvenated than a weekend at Cancun with good company. Below is our video from our recent trip. Photos to follow. Got a big exam to conquer tomorrow. 🙂  

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NEW ORLEANS: CELEBRATING THE 4TH, NOLA STYLE

Travel

After celebrating Pride weekend in Houston with a bang, and spontaneously driving to Austin half-drunk, my travel spirit is back, and I just need to wander somewhere outside Texas every weekend, or even just Houston, since Texas is almost the size of the Pangaea, and driving for 12 hours won’t take you anywhere but Texas. Haha. So for this July 4th celebration, we’ve decided (read: I decided) to see what…

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MESA VERDE: TASTE OF THE PUEBLOANS LIFE

Travel

A trip to Colorado will not be complete without visiting this magnificent work  of the Puebloan people since 1000-1100 CE. It’s astonishingly unbelievable what they were able to construct without the modern technology that we have today. Unfortunately, during our trip to Mesa Verde, many of this infrastructures were closed for the public, and you are only allowed to see them from a distance. Due to time constraints, prior to…

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THE NAPA VALLEY: IN ACTION

Travel

I need someone to take me back to this place. Read my blog on my Napa Valley experience here. There’s just so much goodness in this tiny town. It sorta give me a feeling as if I was in Tuscany during the medieval times, only there were no knights, and warriors. Haha.

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