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The verdant rice terraces of Bali 

The world famous Balinese rice terraces are almost on everyone’s bucket list and for a great reason… they are stunning,breathtaking and spectacular. These sprawling rice terraces make for a perfect photo opportunity and are a great way to spend a leisurely afternoon strolling through the paddy fields. 272 more words

The Philippines: A Paradise- Ifugao

I have been posting a lot about nails lately and have not really filled up the other categories of my blog. So here I am guys, writing about the adventure I had. 1,666 more words

Borderland (day 3 in Ha Giang)

My third day in Ha Giang province, and we spent the morning driving from Dong Van to Lung Cu and back. Lung Cu is the northernmost point of Vietnam and is best known for its mountain-top flag tower, a none too subtle symbol of national pride just a few kilometers from the border with China. 365 more words


Travel Guide to Batad Rice Terraces and Tappiya Falls

Travel Guide to Batad Rice Terraces and Tappiya Falls

The Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordillera’s were inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1995. 374 more words


Beautiful Bali: Ubud

Have you watched the movie eat, pray, love starring Julie Roberts? If that’s a yes then this place might ring a bell. If you’re up for some nature tripping, relaxation, isolation from the busy city life and do some yoga then you should go to Ubud. 925 more words


Bali on a Budget pt 3

Ubud, the yoga paradise, with the greenest hills, and organic food everywhere. We spent a couple of days soaking in the culture of this town, and tried our best to keep it on budget. 908 more words


Travel Photo: Maligcong Rice Terraces

Photo taken at the magnificent Maligcong Rice Terraces in Bontoc, Mounain Province, The Philippines. October 2014.