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Nomadic Experiences · 2W ago

A ‘meaningful travel’ to the Highlands

“Happiness and kindness is something if you give it away—then it comes right back to you,...
Nomadic Experiences · 1M ago

A Chao Phraya River cruise to remember for two Mario Maurer fans

Most travelers see Thailand as a nation teeming with culture and historical relics that e...
Nomadic Experiences · 1M ago

Hiking Mount Ulap at the Most Opportune Time

It was almost a year ago when I found a comrade-in-arms in the art of moving on. A knack ...
Nomadic Experiences · 1M ago

Surfing in a Small Hideaway Town | Lanuza, Surigao del Sur

Already positioned on top of my long board, I looked behind me and saw a cluster of incom...
Nomadic Experiences · 3M ago

Chiang Mai | A Laid Back Historical Gem and Cultural Melting Pot This Side of Thailand

It was past midnight and the open-air acoustic place set up at Ploen Ruedee Night Market ...
Nomadic Experiences · 3M ago

Dear Robin Leach, Cruise Ship Traveling Isn’t Just for the Rich and Groovy Retirees

Notwithstanding sans a honeymoon mate, I walked towards the gigantic ship bootlegging the ...
Nomadic Experiences · 1M ago

UTOPIA RESORT AND SPA | A Sweet Low-down Weekend at this Quaint Hideaway in Puerto Galera

Puerto Galera used to be a familiar place I associate with sublime white beaches almost d...
Nomadic Experiences · 2M ago

Finding a Discounted Hotel Rate Using the Traveloka App

There was a series of meetings I needed to attend to in Manila and look for Apostille services – both for work and leisure (no, it isn't Tinder date) so I decided to examine numerous options online to find an affordable hotel located at the heart of...
Nomadic Experiences · 5M ago

The Motorbike Road Rush to the City of Pines

Devoid of any experience between the wheels of these big two-wheeled road monsters we ref...
Nomadic Experiences · 5M ago

Deer hunting (for selfies) and heritage sites in Nara, Japan

‘OH, deer,” I muttered to myself as I sensed how these lovely creatures seem to almost ou...