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Hong Kong would be just an hour drive away.

Disneyland, Hong Kong

Hong Kong would be just an hour drive away.

Disneyland, Hong Kong

Facing your fear will make everything feel 10x more awesome.

Photo of my feet, flying above Sagada
Kiltepan, 2010

Facing your fear will make everything feel 10x more awesome.

Photo of my feet, flying above Sagada

Kiltepan, 2010

I’d be able to walk in the same land the son of God walked on.

Israel

I’d be able to walk in the same land the son of God walked on.

Israel

I’ll be hanging out in Bali early next year.

I’ll be hanging out in Bali early next year.

"Life-changing" is how I’ll describe my Sagada trip this weekend.

"Life-changing" is how I’ll describe my Sagada trip this weekend.

I’ll have a quiet weekend of sleepy stupor, real soon.

I’ll have a quiet weekend of sleepy stupor, real soon.

Slums would be defined as so.

Burano, Italy

Slums would be defined as so.

Burano, Italy

Our company trip will be in Bali.
That or…

Papua New Guinea.
Oh, how I’d kill for this to happen.

Our company trip will be in Bali.

That or…

Papua New Guinea.

Oh, how I’d kill for this to happen.

I’ll visit this place before I die.

-cityoflove:
Mykonos, Greece

I’ll visit this place before I die.

-cityoflove:

Mykonos, Greece

Views from all honeymoons are this grand.

Nice, France

Views from all honeymoons are this grand.

Nice, France

(With all due respect) Sagada would be the Philippines’ “Home of Halloween”.

via: vivafilipinas:
Staring at the PastSagada, Mountain Province
During pre-Christian Sagada, many caves served as burial grounds for the locals. With the dead poised in the fetal position encased in a coffin carved out of enormous pine tree trunks, Sagada Igorots of yore may have though these caves to provide the final touch in resembling the environment of a mother’s womb… a suitable final resting place. Never point at a coffin for it is said to bring great misfortune.

(With all due respect) Sagada would be the Philippines’ “Home of Halloween”.

via: vivafilipinas:

Staring at the Past
Sagada, Mountain Province

During pre-Christian Sagada, many caves served as burial grounds for the locals. With the dead poised in the fetal position encased in a coffin carved out of enormous pine tree trunks, Sagada Igorots of yore may have though these caves to provide the final touch in resembling the environment of a mother’s womb… a suitable final resting place. Never point at a coffin for it is said to bring great misfortune.

No one will ever be “too old” for reliving childhood.

My buddy, Patrick’s first time in Baguio

No one will ever be “too old” for reliving childhood.

My buddy, Patrick’s first time in Baguio

Travelers will take photos in weird yet interesting ways.

Travelers will take photos in weird yet interesting ways.