I’ve been to several trips in Bangkok, and craving for Thai food has always been an occasional feeling for me. I live in the city of Manila, and thankfully I have these seven Thai restaurants within my perimeter. So without further ado, here’s the list, in no particular order! Enjoy! Jatujak S R Thai Cuisine … Read more
The quarantine season has got everyone losing their usual routines, and that includes eating outside and/or ordering some takeaway. However, given the presence and the continuous operation of food delivery services all over Metro Manila during the quarantine period, it is still possible for us to crave for anything and get to eat them at … Read more
*Here is Grab Your Passport, We’re Leaving’s Spotify page. So, what are some new things you planned to pursue this 2021? I have been contemplating on two things since 2019: quitting Instagram and starting a podcast. Since putting up my Instagram travel account last 2017, it has so far gathered 17,000 followers and I found … Read more
Daaaamn, 2021 is fast-approaching! As I have mentioning in my old social media accounts and in my previous daily blogs here, one of my goals for 2021 is to quit social media for good. For one, I want to look at another perspective on my own creativity without consuming a lot of inspirations. Second, I … Read more
Is it just me, or Instagram could really ruin someone’s creative process? This photo I’ve taken in Myanmar somehow made it to the Picture Perfect section of Manila Bulletin, a national newspaper in the Philippines, and, along with my other photos, to a photo exhibit at the University of the Philippines Asian Center (featuring grad school classmates … Read more
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) problem affected a lot of upcoming international events, including the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics. Looking at the bright side, this means that, if you are planning to travel to Japan to watch the games, you have more time to plan ahead for the trip. Given that, here is a full list of … Read more
Things were really going well in general (I’m still gaining more and more followers). I know how to take that Instagrammable photos better. I’m starting to gain respect, especially from the Southast Asia travel community. But when my blog’s second birthday came, I decided to ‘take a break’ from my travel influencer Instagram.
There are some parts of being a travel influencer on Instagram which I can’t take anymore.
So you want to be a travel blogger? Traveling to places, getting sponsorships and exchange deals, posting breathtaking photos and writing meaningful captions and articles on social media, getting likes and praises, earning, and the cycle continues. Ahhhhh. Welcome to the good life. That’s typically the world of a travel blogger. But the question is, … Read more