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South Korea,Travel

Kimchis & Hanboks! (South Korea)


When someone mentions Korea, do you think of either Kimchi, K-pop or K-Dramas? Me too! So, it was only fitting to spend one morning learning how to make this Kimchi and rewarding myself after by pretending to be a character in a Korean period drama!

At the Kimchi School, we learned the basics of Kimchi making and had the opportunity to try out Hanboks (Traditional Korean Wear) And what a way to experience Korea’s culture first hand!

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South Korea,Travel

Petite France (South Korea)


If you’re obsessed with anything French or if you’re absolutely in love with The Little Prince, then this is the place for you! Petite France is a cute, French-inspired cultural village in the Korean countryside. Yes, you don’t have to travel all the way to France just to get your French-fix!

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South Korea,Travel

Applying for a Korean Visa for Filipino Citizens


I just got back from my trip to South Korea (not North, although that’s number 1 on my bucket list! Haha!) I joined a tour with Signature Korea and can’t wait to share all the photos!

I love everything about travel except for one thing, and that’s applying for visas! I’m sure all of you with Philippine passports can relate! But applying for a Korean Visa was surprisingly a breeze. I did mine with International Journeys and I recommend them if you need help processing your visa.

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Hong Kong,Travel

Regal Airport Hotel (Hong Kong)


Mor recently subscribed to Business Traveller Magazine and was informed a month later that he won a 2 night stay at Regal Airport Hotel in Hong Kong! We were so excited because it was so unexpected! It was really God’s blessing and perfect timing though because months prior, we already booked a flight to Hong Kong for exactly 2 nights but weren’t able to book our accommodations yet. So this fit right into our plans. Thank You, God.

We were given the Spa Suite and was so pleasantly surprised the moment we stepped foot into the room. But wait! First let me tell you about an unfortunate incident…

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Hong Kong,Travel

5 Favorite Things To Do in Hong Kong

Things to Do in Hong Kong

Hong Kong isn’t exactly one of my favorite places in the world but because of its proximity to Manila (and for other reasons that are not my own), I can no longer count how many times I’ve visited! Mor loves it because of the food and my mom used to go for the shopping.

I visited again earlier this month and I noticed that there are things we kept on doing for the past years that have become unintentional traditions. Here are 5 of those things!

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Life,Mom Life,Relationships

Things I Never Had The Chance To Do With My Mom

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This month, we mark the 4th year of my mom’s passing. She passed away just a few months after I got married last 2012. I was only 24 and she was only 50 then. We were very close and did a lot of things together but because she passed away so early on, there were also so many things we never had the chance to do together anymore.

So I decided to write this post to encourage all of you that if you still have your moms with you, to never take the little and big things for granted. There are people who would do anything to have what you still enjoy with your mom.

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CCF Holy Land Tour 2016: Q&A


Last May 2016, Mor joined CCF’s Holy Land Bible Study Tour. I didn’t join him on this trip because first, we can’t just leave Luke for 2 weeks and second, I’ve already joined the 2010 tour and it’s a pretty expensive trip to do twice over!

Some things have changed since my 2010 trip but there are also some that have remained the same. And because I wasn’t there, I can’t very well write a blog post about the trip (haha) so instead, I interviewed Mor about his experience. Hope this helps if you’re planning to join next year’s tour!

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