I flew to Amsterdam to experience winter wonderland because where I live, it is a rarity to experience the cold and get immersed in wintry vibes. Although, I love jackets and I continue to buy them otherwise. The purpose of this escapade is to take photos for the blog and it didn’t snow in Amsterdam when I was there but I think it was a blessing since it was extremely cold and raining. I've been back home and as my last post for 2017 and as a surprise I have posted more than the usual number of photos. Until next year earthlings!!
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They say time flies when you are having fun. Yes indeed as I'm back home now. Vancouver is one of those cities that you just want to keep visiting. This was my second time and I enjoyed it regardless of the rain. It was a quick trip since as many of you know, I always take short trips. From traversing the wet and slippery streets and relentlessly eating delicious meals, sometimes a weekend trip is all you need to recharge, to get inspired and fall in love with the world even more. Click the link to view more photos.
This past weekend, I flew to Montréal to attend my cousin's wedding. Although, I won't be posting any wedding photos here, I promised to post travel photos. This is my first time visiting this city and it has always been on top of my bucket list. Yes, I managed to take a plethora of photos despite of being a quick trip (only two days for me). Traveling exudes such a positive emotion for me, it always uplift my spirits and always ends up a transformative experience. Click the link for more photos!
There was this sudden vertical increase of tourism in Iceland just in the past year alone. In the past, I have never really considered to even visit this country, but after googling photos and reading multiple travel blogs, I decided that it will be one of my dream destinations. It has that unique, small city charm, but has a big city feel to it. I'm so glad that I visited Reykjavik (the capital city) and hopefully I can come back in the future to do more sightseeing.
For me, traveling is an inconspicuous collection of memories. Every chance I get, I try to get out of my comfort zone and boy I did when I flew to Tokyo for a friendly reunion. Such a dynamic city, unbelievably large and bustling for sure. I was only there for three days but I tried to spend as much as I could with my friends from Manila, Philippines (I studied for four years there). The amount of photos I took was scary but as promised here's a few photos....Click the link for more photos.
I recently just got back from Dublin, Ireland. I say it's my favorite country ever! Having to visit Ireland for the 6th time made me realize that this country will always have a special place in my heart. Ireland was the very first European country I EVER visited. Since Ireland is so special to me, I took so many photos (I've never taken so much photos in my life lol). Here are just some that I'd like to share with you all... Click the link for more!
After spending Thanksgiving day breakfast and lunch at my parent’s house. I went home and zipped my luggages, rushed to the airport and departed for Copenhagen. I’ve always wanted to visit Denmark ever since I was young. The atmosphere, the history and the culture excites me and I thought why not take this opportunity. Yes, it was cold but I loved every minute of it.
I flew to Madrid, Spain to escape the hot weather of Texas. However, it was even hotter over there! (many sweat infused tissues and several oil blotting sheets discarded haha). I attended a birthday celebration there and we took what it seemed like a thousand photos and we pigged out, we danced the night away and because photography is one of my hidden passions--even though my photography skills are abysmal I think--Madrid is really full of photo opportunities...
When I travel, I like to share the world through my eyes while capturing photos that will forever remain with me. I'm Leo by the way, U.S based wanderlust.