Boracay island in the Philippines located 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay island in the Western Visayas region of the Philippines. It is undoubtedly one of the finest beaches of all Asia. In 2007, Boracay island topped the list of the World’s Most Popular Beach according to Yahoo! Travel. Continue reading
The place is closed to traffic, so the streets in the center of the block are good places to find bargain deals; across the road is the Parco Bugis Junction, an upscale shopping center in contrast to the area’s dollar stores and souvenir shops. On Saturday’s, 2 markets open up at the junction of Queen Street and Rochor Road. Continue reading
At the Elephant Safari Park in Taro, Bali we got to play with cute baby elephants. They were roaming around like cute puppies staying close by their mothers.
Most of the mothers were being used for the elephant rides and all of the babies stayed around the park being trained and greeting guests. It was the most wonderful experience I’ve ever had being that I have never got to play or get to know these elephants personalities. I’ve always thought of elephants as these gigantic creatures. Creatures so large that you can’t play with them or pet them because they’ll stomp on you. That definitely was not the case at this park. Continue reading
Influences from all corners of the globe make up the Balinese culinary dishes. Out of all the countries we had visited, I gained weight in Bali. Singapore was the 2nd runner up, but we were there for only 3 days. Balinese food is abundant in spices and can be overpowering if you are not comfortable with eating spicy foods. Most of the best Balinese foods we’ve tried were around Ubud. But if you’re feeling homesick, Kuta and Seminyak has many chain restaurants such as Bubba Gump, McDonalds, and Starbucks. Continue reading