For Short distances, the tuk tuk taxi gets you where you want to go very easily at a negotiated fare.

Bangkok’s well-deserved

Impressive Bangkok

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After a short  period of inactivity from blogging, to which I should owe my followers an apology ….I am happy to be back to publish my  latest unexpected tour at  a surprisingly  top tourist destination not from Europe but from Asia. Bangkok at first seemed to be just another ordinary tourist destination to me until I booked a 3-day  hotel accomodation with family and friends. Next thing was…I was completely impressed and …t’was all activity!


World-class shopping at the best prices where you can find almost anything at MBK or Siam Paragon, Bangkok has plenty of attractions that you can hardly have enough time to visit from the Grand Palace to floating markets and dirty old Khao San Road.

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For Short distances, the tuk tuk taxi gets you where you want to go very easily at a negotiated fare.

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Bangkok’s well-deserved reputation for 24-hour street food is very evident with every street corner that your feet will take you. Barbecued duck , tongues and soup made from bird saliva are some of the intricate offers. It is really fun to spend at incredibly low priced wide variety of  street foods.


Don’t miss the chance to spend a day at Chatuchak Weekend Market. It’s a 35-acre maze of aisles and alleys that offers solid wood furniture, pets from around the globe, original art, old comic books, antiques, plants and clothes from every decade since the Great Depression.

Take a jaunt at Bangkok’s version of Central Park — Lumpini Park -that  has reptiles large enough to give you a fright but relax… The Varanus salvator (water monitor), which can grow up to nine feet in length, usually just ambles along the mud and grass around the water, but sometimes scrambles across a pathway to another pond.

Strategically located Bangkok’s rising  popularity is attributed to its ideal location which details its role as a hub to major cities. Bangkok’s top five ‘feeder cities’ – where the most international visitors come from – are Singapore, Tokyo, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Seoul.

Sunshine Award


I can’t be more happier with this  blog award nomination that I got from no other than the skydiver-blogger that I came to know better known in her blogname as Tourquoise Compass.Her blog can be accessed at and one can browse through all her journeys in the many countries that she has travelled.One can marvel at her never-emptying bucket list of places that awaits to be recorded. As I attempt to go deeper into blogging there’s no place else to go but to push forward…It’s inspiring if you know there are people who takes a moment to pause and recognize what you’re doing..Thanks a lot guys wherever you are located in planet earth.Keep on busying yourself blogging and continue to shine for others..blogging keeps you away from troubles….HAND! (have a nice day)

The Sunshine Award 

The rules are:

  1. Include the Sunshine Award icon in your post
  2. Link to the blogger who nominated you

  3. Answer 10 questions about yourself

  4. Nominate 10 other bloggers to receive the award

  5. Link to your nominees and let them know you nominated them.

  6. Answer the 10 questions at the bottom and create 10 questions for your nominees to answer.

10 Questions About Me:

  1. What’s the most difficult thing you’ve ever experienced and how did it change you? Traveling in rebel infested territory south of the Philippines not knowing that anytime a shot could be fired at the vehicle I was driving just to sell pharmaceautical products…
  • What’s the number one thing on your bucket list? Reach out to Africa and minister to the skinny dying people…<strong>

  • Why did you start blogging? To promote unity and understanding among peoples of the earth regardless of color nationality tonque and also an opportunity for exchanging ideas,knowledge of each other’s culture, arts, music,events and scenic places…

  • If you could witness any historical moment, which would you choose? Brutus Speech<strong>

  • If you could meet one person in the world who would it be and why? Angela Merkel – For her being a symbol of women power.

  • What sound do you absolutely love? <strong>The Church Bell

  • Best book you’ve ever read? The Bourne Legacy (Robert Ludlum)

  • If you won the lottery today, what is the first thing you would do? Build a Church

  • Favorite vacation spot? <strong>A mountain top</strong>

  • What was the last movie you watched that made you cry? Kramer vs. Kramer

  • The blogs that bring a bit of sunshine to my life are:












    10 Answers to questions for Nominees:

    1. Where is your favorite turquoise destination?


    1. Where would you go if you could anywhere?


    1. What is the top current item on your bucket list?

    Trek to a Mountain in the Phils.

    1. What turquoise destination are you dying to visit?


    1. What have you recently accomplished that you are extremely proud of?

    Hunting for wildlife and mountain trekking

    1. Who is your hero and why?

    Nelson Mandela- He changed the political landscape in South Africa

    1. What is the most brave thing you have completed?

    Defending my family from a neighbor’s wrath

    1. What would you do to pay it forward?

    Promote peace

    1. Do you have any regrets?

    Yes regrets are normal in life and I regret failing to come up to my parents wishes.Obedience.

    1. What is your favorite fall tradition?

    Long hike to the mountains.

    10 Questions for my Nominees

    1.Why do you blog?

    2.How do you rate yourself in blogging from a ratio of 1 to 10?

    3.Do you think that you have already accomplished the things you want in life?

    4.Which country do you think rates as the best place to visit? and Why?

    5.Do you believe in the value of education?

    6.Do you believe that anyone can write without getting proper education?

    7.Do you think that men can reach Mars someday? Why do we still need to explore Mars when we have earth already?

    8.Name some things in life that pains you most.

    9.Do you believe that the world can achieve peace through blogging?

    10.Who do you think is the most popular writer in the world?

    Pls. keep your patience following! :)


    We appreciate all the follows that come our way!Thanks so much :)

    Shine On Award

    Humbly and thankfully, I do accept this award. Shine on everyone! If not for a fast evolving A-1 blogger/Teacher in Turquoise Compass who took recognition of my contribution to the blogging community, this 2nd nomination from her wouldn’t have been as sweet. In particular, thank you very ,very much TC for motivating  me do the extra push to create and contribute more blogs instead of just fading and going into oblivion…and in general, I take this opportunity to thank my followers for their likes and comments,whom I am getting to know one by one thru the blogs they share and my daily viewers for letting the daily stats keep pounding…boom boom boom!Get to know more about Turquoise Compass’ fascinating blogs at:


    1. Display the award logo on your blog.
    2. Link back to the person who nominated you.

     3. State 7 things about yourself

     4. Nominate 15 (more or less) other bloggers for this award and link to them.

     5. Notify those bloggers of nomination and the award requirements.





    7 Things About Me:
    Believes in the value of exercise and proper diet.
    No exotic foods for me.
    Loves to experiment on anything new.
    Likes listening to great speeches of great leaders or rulers.
    Likes reading blogs that adds value to life.
    Sports Fanatic-NBA Playoffs and the 4 major tennis grandslam.
    Mountain trekking interests me a lot.

    My Nominations:

    Amanda Dyer
    miss lou acquiring lore
    Dennis Cardiff
    lisa rosier/now lets do this thing
    tash just tash

    Feel free to pass on to the blogger of your choice whom you feel add a little sun-shine to your life! Keep liking, sharing, commenting, and shining on :)

    A walk in the woods…

    How would life be without trees? The truth of the matter is that, we could not exist as we do if there were no trees. A mature,robust and leafy tree produces as much oxygen in a season as 10 people inhale in a year. As people move to different places in any part of this world where trees abound, not many realize that the forest serves as a giant filter that cleans the air that we breath. I took an interest in documenting a spot I chanced upon as I explored the high hills and forested areas of (scallop-rich)Sorsogon, Philippines on my vacation. This is a century(plus) old acacia tree in Bucalbucalan  that I learned about from the locals.

    Phil Tour.Bicol Region.Province of Sorsogon.Heritage Tree
    Its more than 360 cm trunk takes 6 regularly built men to encompass its girth.
    The people within the vicinity narrated how they are benefitting from its primary role of protecting them from typhoons that batter the Bicol region.
    Acacia Tree.Sorsogon Province,Bicol Region
    On dark moonless nights or during bad weather, fishermen coming out of the sea would look up to the acacia tree as a familiar beacon that would safely bring them home toward the shore.


    A generation plants a tree, another gets the shade- Chinese Proverb

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    When you walk to the edge of all the light you have and take that first step into the darkness of the unknown, you must believe that one of two things will happen : There will be something solid for you to stand on, or, you will be taught how to fly.


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