How to be an ESL Teacher in Japan

Whether it's for business, leisure, or bleisure (a combination of business or leisure), who doesn't want to go to Japan? What more if you're given the opportunity to work there? Last month I had a brunch date with my friend, Emmar, and we talked about her experience as an ESL teacher in Japan. In this … Continue reading How to be an ESL Teacher in Japan

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How to Go to Lake Holon | Your DIY Guide

If you are thinking of visiting Lake Holon, here's a DIY guide. You can read more about it here, here and here. Enjoy!

Road Trippin’ Mamas

The best times in life are usually random, unplanned, and completely spontaneous. In this day and age where spontaneous and genuine human interaction is a rarity, knowing that there's another human creation who is so like you in so many ways is a real gem. And when I think of it, I bawl my eyes … Continue reading Road Trippin’ Mamas

Tboli Series 3 | Lake Holon

It's fiesta time in Tboli again and, just like the past three years, one of the highlights of this grand celebration is the most anticipated hash-tagged trek to Lake Holon. This year's #hugot (sentimental quotable word)  is #forevermore! While there's #forevermore event going on up there in the crater, I'm posting the trek that we … Continue reading Tboli Series 3 | Lake Holon

Tboli Series 2 | Bakngeb River

Bakngeb is a river cave known for its crystal clear waters. Visitors can swim in the river and if they're feeling more adventurous they can also do water rafting or tubing. However, not everybody knows that the one unique thing to do while there is to experience the authentic Tboli cuisine. This culturally rich activity … Continue reading Tboli Series 2 | Bakngeb River