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Tips for an Awesome Motorcycle Road Trip

Riding a motorcycle is not just a popular way of transportation. Over the years, it has become a way to express the adventurous side of a person as more and more riders explore and travel around the country with their big bike.

Well, who wouldn’t want to feel the rush of fresh air of the countryside while enjoying the spectacular view of the rice fields, mountains and coastline? More people are working hard on their jobs from Mondays to Fridays then embark on a weekend road trip by motorbike. Definitely a great way to explore, de-stress and be away from the hustle of the city.

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Booked My Staycation at 88 Courtyard Hotel Through Traveloka App

I have to be honest. I need a break.

Stress is not even enough to explain what I am going through. All I know is there’s just too much. Too much work for too little number of people. There’s no motivation nor inspiration to draw somewhere. Nothing. As in nothing. It’s sad, yet I know that this is a situation that I have no control over. So I have to keep going, and I have to do something for myself.

If you can’t find inspiration, search for it. Take a break and clear your mind.

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Glory Beach Resort: Your Hotel of Choice in Port Dickson, Malaysia

If you’re stuck in the city life of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia for days and you feel the urge for some beach bumming experience, to soak under the sun and enjoy the tropical weather.

Well, you don’t need to look that far, because in less than an hour of travel from Kuala Lumpur is a coastal town known for its beautiful beaches and island life. It’s what the locals call PD, short for Port Dickson, Malaysia!

Over the years this town has been a popular destination for locals especially coming from the nearby cities for some beach getaway experience. And with the advent of social media, Port Dickson is creating some traction among foreign travelers!  Aside from that, Port Dickson is not only about beaches! It also has some exciting spots that will truly keep you entertained during your stay in Malaysia. There are Ostrich Farms, Military Museum, Chinese Temples, 3D Art Galleries and a lot more!

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Selah Garden Hotel in Pasay: An Escape from the City’s Chaos

That week was epic.

That could be the worst and most stressful time at the office for me so far. Ridiculous workload. Unbelievable.

So obviously I was stressed. Obviously, I needed a break from all of these! Good thing there’s an invite from Selah Garden Hotel in Pasay for a staycation.

It was Saturday, yet I was at the office. Yes, imagine this. It was the most stressful week for you at work, and then you have a Saturday duty. Haha! So right after office, I went straight to the hotel. It was already about 8PM. When I arrived, I went straight to the gazebo where our dinner was served. Perfect timing right? Haha

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El Nido Hotel: Ocean Vista Inn and its breathtaking view

It was already dark, but I could still feel the different vibe of El Nido.

Some roads at the town are closed at night to make way for tourists to roam around and explore. That’s a two thumbs up for the local government. From the tricycle’s drop off point we walked a little to look for Serena street.

It was our first time in El Nido, a trip that Eloi and I planned for about a year. The first thing that you’d notice in El Nido is there are more foreign tourists than locals, which is a good thing in terms of tourism. The local shops and restos are a mixture of Pinoy and Western themes. We were starting to like El Nido and it was just the town, we haven’t explored its islands yet.

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555 Tuna Rice – The new favorite of hikers and travelers

In my recent hike to Mt. Pico De Loro with friends, we did not bring some packed lunch and opted to go for easy to eat food like breads, canned tunas and others.

By the time we arrived at the camping site, we all felt the urge to eat something full and satisfying. We were exhausted, and the beautiful view of the mountain was not enough to ease our need for rice. Yes, we all craved for rice that time! We checked the area and we ended up eating instant pancit canton!

I know it was our fault. Since Pico De Loro is considered a minor climb, we thought that having a full breakfast and bringing some ready to eat food was enough, but we learned our lesson. Rice will always be a part of our lives, especially me! I realized I’m gonna faint during a hike or travel without rice! Haha!

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88 Courtyard Hotel, Pasay: Uncompromising Comfort and Leisure

Pasay City is becoming the center of entertainment in the country with the proliferation of hotels, casinos and not to mention, The SM Mall of Asia.

It is expected that Pasay will continue to grow in the coming years as the strategic plan is already laid out for more entertainment establishments to be built. With this immense growth, comes the influx of more foreign and local tourists ready to enjoy the lights and glitter of the city, which creates the need for more hotels and accommodations. READ MORE