Day trip in Mūi Nè, Vietnam

day trip in mui ne with toddler, vietnam with toddler, vietnam with kids

  It’s a beautiful day and the team we’re all excited because we are heading to Mũi Né a coastal fishing town in the Bình Thuận Province of Vietnam. We decided to have a day trip. It is my first time here and I only know we are going to a hot and dry “desert” place that

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Osaka Trip with Baby

glico running man osaka

Our last stop – Osaka! From Tokyo we took bullet train to Osaka and we stayed in Namba. Compare to Tokyo, I prefer Osaka as it is an advanced city but not so crowded like Tokyo. Just for recap: 10- Day Japan Itinerary Day 1-4: Kyoto Trip and Nara trip Day 4-6: Kanazawa Trip Day

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Kanazawa Travel with Baby

Kenrokuen Garden Kanazawa with

The 2nd leg of our 10-day Japan trip -Kanazawa. Just for recap: 10- Day Japan Itinerary Day 1-4: Kyoto Trip and Nara trip Day 4-6: Kanazawa Trip Day 6-8: Tokyo Trip Day 8-10: Osaka Trip We took Thunderbird express from Kyoto Station. This was covered in our unlimited JR pass. It took us 2 hours

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Our Summer baby in Tokyo

The third leg of our 10-day Japan trip, Tokyo! Just a recap of our Japan Itinerary: Day 1-4: Kyoto Trip and Nara trip Day 4-6: Kanazawa Trip Day 6-8: Tokyo Day 8-10: Osaka Trip We took bullet train from Kanazawa. We reached Tokyo around 5pm and it was raining heavily. We stayed for 2 days instead

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Kyoto with Baby Love

travel kyoto with baby

This was our first stop to our 10-day Japan trip. Summer just turned 1 year old and this was her birthday trip. Some of you might be rolling your eyes that she won’t probably remember everything but well of course she won’t remember anything but we did. We did enjoy her and enjoy the moment

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Penang National Park

penang national park , monkey beach

Penang National Park is home of beautiful rainforest with cool treks and amazing beaches. Located in north-west part of Penang Island, it is considered the smallest National Park in the world but don’t let the size stops you from visiting as this park will literally take your breath away if you give it a chance.

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Surfing in Bali

Canggu Bali

After travelling to a lot of places, I realised that I am indeed a beach person. I love being in the beach, the sand, the waves and everything it can offer.  God is indeed so creative when he thought of the ocean/ beach and how human can find peace in here. My husband and I

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Things to do in Penang with Kids

My Daughter Summer is an active 2.5years old toddler who loves outdoor, animals, loves to climb anything and love to jump in puddles. Few months ago we embarked into journey of nature-rich parenting. We decided to intentionally bring her out to nature everyday even just an hour. Nature helps her to calm down and to

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Winter in Great Wall of China with Toddler

Mutianyu Great Wall of china with toddler

Great Wall of China day! We were very excited to finally see the famous Great Wall of China with our 2 year old toddler. We chose Thursday to visit the Great wall because we want to avoid the crowd and we were so right! It was so empty and we were in awe with how

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Beijing Winter with Toddler

beijing winter in great wall with toddler, beijing winter with kids

It’s Christmas week and we celebrated it in China with my little family and my sister-in-law. It’s our first time to travel in winter and in China (if you don’t count Hong Kong) it taught me a lot of things. It’s super cold and I am prepared (at least I thought I were) with the

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Why I named my Daughter Summer

I grew up in a small Barangay called Dibuluan, in town of Jones in the province of Isabela. It’s 10 hours drive away from Manila, northern part of the Philippines. The people’s livelihood there is farming. Thirty years ago there’s only basic TV, no internet and we only had a corded cellphone. Our backyard was

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7 Days Nature Walk Challenge 

A generation of children is not only being raised indoors, but is being confined to even smaller spaces. Jane Clark, a University of Maryland professor of kinesiology . . . calls them “containerized kids”–they spend more and more time in car seats, high chairs, and even baby seats for watching TV. When small children go

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What is your Travel Mantra?

Sometimes I wonder why my long awaited holiday trip ends very fast. In a blink of an eye I find yourself already in last day of my trip thinking why it is ending so soon. Living in a fast paced, internet ready world,  always connected generation it’s so easy to be distracted by different things

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The Gifts of Imperfection 

We Just finished our women’s class tonight and our topic was: Courage, Compassion and Connection Are the gifts of imperfection! In Breńe Browns research, wholehearted people practices these 3 Cs. In order for us to grow in our worthiness, we need to grow in our courage, compassion (to ourselves and not just others) and connection

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Gratitude: The Secret of a Joyful Traveller 

For a travel enthusiast like me, it’s very easy to fall into a trap of finding our joy in travelling. It’s true travelling  really gives me joy but thinking that’s the only way to be joyful can be very dangerous. I cannot afford to be travelling all the time right? Though sometimes I day dream

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Vulnerability and Motherhood

I’m very excited as I start writing post about my journey as a mother. I know I travel a lot with her and it’s seems right to not just highlight our traveling “happy/fun” moments as a mother or as a family but also to highlight the struggles and difficulties I faced and will be facing.

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