Belt Bag is Back!

Belt bags or waist bags might have been back on track in quite some time now, but I can’t still conceal that I’m happy it did.

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I’m actually the type who almost brings her whole house when traveling or who always looks like I have a 3-day camp with my everyday stuff. I’m far from becoming a light traveler. Yet, it’s always good to challenge yourself while staying in style.

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Bohol-Panglao International Airport: Ambiance to match your pastel feed

Dubbed as the “Green Gateway to the World”, this New Bohol International Airport caught me in awe because of its soft color and nature-inspired interior. The colors of the chairs are blue and yellow green that are fresh to the eyes, subtle representation of the sky and the forest.

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Look at this mural wall:

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Here’s to something we might be happy about the Philippines today. ❤ Click to see more photos! 🙂

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Coco Mama: A must-try in Boracay!

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If you happen to stroll around the D’Mall in Boracay, sure that you wouldn’t miss this busy stall that offers replenishment on a fresh Coconut shell.

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Local and foreigners patiently wait for their turns to have a taste of the freshly-opened Buko topped with Coco-flavored ice cream, Pinipig, and beans. You can also opt to add some sliced mango for a sweet-and-sour taste.

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Have you been to the Eiffel Tower in the Philippines?

I fell in love with Eiffel!

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When we talk about Paris, France, the ever beautiful Eiffel Tower is being associated automatically. Aside from becoming one of the country’s landmarks, it has been a romantic symbol that complements with the image of Paris as the City of Love.

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This famous tower is included in the bucket list of a lot of people from different parts of the world, including the Filipinos. Maybe that was part of the major factor why it became the concept of a restaurant in the Philippines.

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A Glimpse of the Banaue Rice Terraces

Finally, I’ve ticked off one of my childhood bucket list!

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Philippine landmarks are well known even before the Digital Era. Through books during grade school, tourist spots— like Mayon Volcano, Chocolate Hills, Hundred Islands, and Banaue Rice Terraces—were desired destinations of every kid, including me.

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I almost forgot about this childhood dream trip I had, until we took a short morning stopover in Banaue en route to the Mountain Province.

Meet my pretty friends, Shara & Eunice. ❤ Our tour was organized by S&B Adventure.

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