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the (mis)adventure at cambais falls

it’s the perfect place to wake up to: the steady sound of the rumbling river bringing with it a breath of cool mountain air; roosters crowing at the break of dawn to welcome the sunrise you probably wouldn’t see as this town sits on the western side of cebu; the slight rustle of the leaves so loud and so quiet at the same time. 753 more words


Trek to Taktsang #WanderfulWednesday

This Valentine’s Day I dedicate #WanderfulWednesday post to my son, who is my true love of life (goes without saying) and who made me proud by trekking to the  563 more words

Travelogue: Twin Cities Weekend

We kicked off our travel season early this year. Both of us had some free time on the first week of the year so we were looking for a destination within easy driving distance that we hadn’t visited in a while. 2,142 more words


Military Lounge @ Buffalo Airport

On 04 February 2018, I traveled to Buffalo Airport, USA to pick up Reshma Sameer, daughter of Veteran Brigadier Azad Sameer. To read more about Brigadier Sameer,Please Click Here. 606 more words


Why take a trip to Antarctica?

Antarctica, situated in the farthest corner of the earth, the Antarctic Pole or The South Pole is the rarest of the rarest travel destination. If adventure tourism is your calling and you absolutely marvel at the primitive geographical features of the earth, then this barren land is the place to be. 573 more words


Why You Should Travel?

Travel… a beautiful word, a stunning feeling and probably the best experience that helps you evolve as an individual! There are a million other reasons why should travel. 505 more words


MLK Weekend in Vancouver

We booked a last minute trip to Vancouver for Martin Luther King Jr. weekend this year and it was just the perfect little January break. We debated spending only one evening there, but I’m so glad we made it two. 1,575 more words