Dropping by Haji Lane, Singapore

There’s been a point in my blog-hopping that I landed on posts about Haji Lane which is located in Bugis, Singapore. It’s basically a shopper’s paradise, hidden away in a tiny lane at Bugis. The colorful, pastel establishments and cute, unique finds on those posts made me think, “Hey, I must go here!” And I did.

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A Walk Through Singapore’s Chinatown

I’ve only been to Singapore’s Chinatown before – and that was in my first visit back in 2007. All I remember then were shops selling affordable souvenirs like t-shirts and magnets. That’s all I remembered. My 12 years old self only saw a portion of what Chinatown has to offer and I was so glad to explore it with my uncle and brother – who might have actually explored a bit too much since my feet were screaming after just a few hours already.

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Singapore Haul

If you follow me on twitter when I was on my trip in Singapore, you’d remember how much I gushed on how there are plenty of S$5 shorts and shirts from Cotton On. That costs PHP150 when converted to pesos and the cheapest Cotton On shirts being sold in Manila costs PHP400. Like, what a steal, right? Despite myself, I ended up spending a lot of my budget on clothes. No regrets though, since I love them all. Here’s what I got from my Singapore trip.

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That Compulsory Mid-Year Post Vol. 2016

And just like that, half of the year is over and done with. Time flies whether you’re having fun or not, true story. But I’m glad to report that the first half of 2016 was amazing to me. The past few years of my life has been incredible, actually – or maybe that’s because my teenage angst phase was over? Anywho, let’s not jinx it. Lol.

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Photo Diary: Snorkeling in Puerto Galera

Last Independence Day weekend, I was able to try snorkeling for the very first time at Puerto Galera. It was both fun and scary at the same time. Fun because I was able to see the fishes and coral reefs up-close. Scary because I was able to see the coral reefs up-close. With gigantic sea urchins. Eek.

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Balancing Work and Travelling

My distant cousins, who has also been hit with the travel bug and is still in college, often asked me how I managed to travel so much alongside my corporate job. It’s not easy. There are times I just want to go on an indefinite leave and travel (or just sleep). But if I do that, I’ll be fired. So I’ll tell you guys how to travel while working a corporate job without getting fired. Wink.

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