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a visual telling of nature’s playground

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asia / Philippines / Travel

May 15-18, 2015A week before our arrival a typhoon had struck Batanes. Storms frequent this area and that’s why the nothernmost province of the Philippines is known as Nature’s Playground. It’s been more than 4 years since I’ve been there now that I’m sharing these photos, and to be honest I can’t remember most of the details of this trip except that I was happy to be there. That being said, I don’t mean for […]

winter in South Korea

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asia / South Korea / Travel

December 28, 2017 – January 1, 2018 | February 17-20, 2018Within 3 months I visited South Korea twice! The first time during December 2017 and the second on February 2018. We joined a tour for both visits which were spontaneously booked. I spent a lot of my time people watching so this post is going to be a photodump of all those shots and a few words about certain places I enjoyed.

Siargao

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asia / Philippines / Travel

June 12-17, 20185 and a half days full of warmth I never really enjoyed beaches when I was younger. I burn easily and didn’t know how to swim until around 2017 (self-taught! haha!), so being around water that was more than 4ft deep while basking in the sun was something I was afraid of. Categorizing myself as more of a mountain person in the past, trips to the beach were rare. I don’t know what […]

the 6 in La Union

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asia / Philippines / Travel

My best friend Frenchi and I had just come from the beach last January to do work for our brand After Dawn Swimwear, but we’ve been craving for a beach trip that wasn’t work-related for the longest time. We finally found the time, place, and companions during the February long weekend and it was so much fun.

native citizens

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asia / hong kong / Travel

Sharing some photos of Hong Kong through the years 2014 to 2017. I visit this country on a yearly basis and I love it. My dad is a native to Hong Kong and so we’ve never explored it as “tourists.” I’ve taken many photos over the years but these ones are some of my favorites which showcase what Hong Kong is to me: a pastel urban jungle.