September 9, 2017 wanderpinoy 0Comment

Taiwan is the next top travel destination for Filipino. Over the years, its tourist headcount has grown significantly following by the new relaxed visa policy. Taipei is relatively a bargain travel destination with incredible scenery, delicious food, and compelling culture. How to get Taiwan visa? We applied the “ROC Travel Authorization Certificate” since we have a valid canadian and korean visa. If you have a visa of US, Canada, UK, Japan, Australia, South Korea, New Zealand, then getting a visa is a swift process. Please follow the link. Where to stay in Taipei? There are plenty of cheap hostels in…

October 19, 2016 wanderpinoy 1Comment

I think that my job is to observe people and the world, and not to judge them. I always hope to position myself away from so-called conclusions. I would like to leave everything wide open to all the possibilities in the world. – Haruki Murakami Nepal is a country with unique and diverse culture, religion, and geography. It is the home of the highest mountain on earth, the Mount Everest. Considered as an ultimate destination for any mountaineers, and adventure seeker. A place that welcomes everyone to its exquisite landscapes and hospitable people.  Ideally, September – November is the best…

December 22, 2014 wanderpinoy 0Comment

Vietnam tour is incomplete without visiting the Cu Chi Tunnel. As part of our vacation we decided that we had to check it out and we are all very glad that we did. The tunnels were implausible and hard to picture that people lived in there for so long. For those of you who might be claustrophobic, you might find the crawl through the tunnels a bit overwhelming. inside the Cuchi Park Vietnamese women were mainly responsible for the clearing away of wreckage after the bombings. They also played a hidden part in the war. They not only helped in the tunnel-building, caring the…

December 18, 2014 wanderpinoy 0Comment

One of the first things that come to mind when we think of Vietnam is Motorbike. It is the country’s major mode of public transportation and has been part of their culture. According to the locals more than half of their population owns a motorcycle. In fact, you can only count the number of cars in the highway. It is not a surprise since it is more affordable means of movement among low-income people especially in developing countries in Southeast Asia. Traffic Jam in Vietnam Several statistics and studies suggest about the danger of using it…

December 17, 2014 wanderpinoy 1Comment

A big question mark appeared over my head when my cousin suggested Vietnam as our next destination. I was like, why Vietnam?, In addition to the fact that they have a bad reputation when it comes to bag-snatching, con artist and all other schemes. Then we realized, regardless of the place there will always be somebody who will take advantage of you and your situations. We live in a contaminated moral environment. But we need not to be afraid or tremble at them as the Lord will never leave or forsake us. After hours of discussions, we have agreed to give it a…