Completed bucketlist#19 Part 1: Be a Couchsurf host. Meet Manoj, a Computer Science student from India who is giving the keynote for the annual PyCon Philippines.
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Bucket List #20: Watch an international artist/band’s concert – front row! CHECK! I watched The Calling concert earlier (November 11) at the Mall of Asia Arena. It was my first international artist/band concert and its one my favorite childhood/teen band so I made sure to get access to the first row for bucket list purposes. Quite pricey but definitely worth it!
I’ve heard El Nido was extemely beautiful due to white beaches and virgin attractions. I’ve heard right but there are just so much more at this place!
Malaysia is the home of the Petronas Twin Towers (Word’s Tallest Building from 1998-2013 and currently ranks 6th) and the first Legoland Park in Asia. Our first destination in Malaysia was Legoland! We rode a bus from Singapore Flyer then crossing the Singapore-Malaysia border and reaching Johor Bahru where Legoland Malaysia is located. In Legoland, we were given stamp cards to complete in order to win prizes (Grand Prize was an overnight stay at the Lego Hotel). For the sake of the stamps, we braved ourselves into riding all rides even the crazy wet ones! We also did the Dr.…
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I like Singapore! The city is very clean, impressive bus and train system and they have Universal Studios with Shrek in it! On our first trip to Singapore, we stayed there for 4 days. We went to visit Gardens by the Bay, Chinatown, Merlion Park and my favorite Universal Studios in Sentosa. Going around Singapore was very easy thanks to the maps available in each bus stops, train stations and free mobile apps! The locals there were also very helpful. Singapore: Gardens By the Bay, Merlion Park and Universal Studios – Sentosa was last modified: April 3rd, 2015 by Haifa…
My favourite part of our Coron trip has to be the island hopping with our very wacky tour guides! Coron is located separately from the Palawan mainland. They boast of their pristine white beaches and beautiful underwater sights (corals and fishes). We arrived there late afternoon and stayed at a gueshouse 5mins away from town proper. While looking for a place to eat and buy midnight snacks, we got to interact with the locals. We found out their local dialect is Cuyonon but most of them speak tagalog and many of them understand Bisaya (like me!). Coron, Palawan: The Ultimate…