Take Me to Mt Isarog

It was after typhoon when we headed to Naga City, Philippines to scale Mt. Isarog. A mountain which hold the reputation of being the highest forested peak in Southern Luzon. We planned this trip few months earlier and who would have thought that a powerful typhoon hit the province prior our climb. However, no typhoon... Continue Reading →

Your Guide to Mt Daraitan

Birthday is said to be a momentous occasion to celebrate the gift of life. While most people commemorate their natal day by throwing a party, going to favorite shops, chilling on the beach, booking a concert ticket and such, I choose to spend time with nature. I organized a trip with my hiking buddies to... Continue Reading →

The Power of Instincts

Amazing things happen when you least expect it but that doesn’t mean all are positive. In fact, it’s a combination of both good and bad. Whatever it is, whatever that maybe, one thing is for sure; if it’s meant to happen, then it will. However, when it comes to misfortunes, mishaps, and suchlike more often... Continue Reading →

Your Guide to Kalanggaman Island

Kalanggaman Island – also known as the best sandbar in the Philippines is situated off the shore of Palompon, Leyte. It is undoubtedly one of the most stunning and lovely island in the country. The island is a hidden gem that is now becoming a major tourist destination in the region. Why not? Aside from... Continue Reading →

10 Perks of Traveling Alone

Getting out of your comfort zone, taking risk, and blend in the real world is much more rewarding than you could possibly imagine. If you are scared to leave from the shadow of your comforts, then you will NEVER experience the BEST in this so-called life.

My Homey Home – Riyadh, KSA

Quest Beyond Boundaries

I desire to work in a foreign land not because I wanted to earn more money but mainly because I felt like I was stuck in the same environment. That feeling when you can’t seem to breathe fresh air and you’re suffocating. Traveling from one place to another seemed to run through my veins and this time I wanted to take it to the next level.

It was last quarter of 2014 when opportunity knock on my door unexpectedly. Hesitant at first since I never applied for anything overseas as of yet. However, after doing my homework searching and making sure that everything was legit, I looked at the bright side instead and took the golden opportunity. Well, I wouldn’t know what’s on the other side of the bridge until I get there. Thank God I was born overloaded with optimism.

DSC_2595My home in Riyadh @ Princess Nourah University compound.

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