I was planning to have a solo trip to Camiguin earlier this year but due to priorities, I decided to move it to my birth month as a self-gift (check my blog for other birthday gift ideas). So, how come I had friends with me on this trip? Well, I need to have great pictures for this birthday blog.
We only have a little over twenty-four hours before we fly out from Manila. We wanted to get out of the city we have been cooped up for the past days; far from the malls and traffic. Considering the duration of the travel, a two-hour drive from Manila is the best place for that quick trip. Hence, Taal-Tagaytay it is.
We got soaked after alighting the bus in Bangkok from a ten-hour drive from Siem Reap. At the bus stop we waited until the rain stopped, we were entertained by the bus ticket in-charge.
Cambodia. Temples. Angkor Wat.
Guilty here! Honestly I did not make enough research before embarking on this journey. Cambodia has more than just temples to offer.
Touchdown Vietnam specifically Tan Son Nhat International Airport.
Coming from sunny Cebu, we were kinda bummed about the weather – rain and gusts of wind. Nonetheless our spirits were starting to lift up when we travel from the airport to our hostel and saw the roads filled with motorcycles and motorcycles. Truly Vietnam!