Take a peek at Riyadh’s New Tourism Gem: The Hidden Canyon #VantagePoint

A week ago, the leader of expat bloggers in Riyadh, The Pink Tarha, posted this newly discovered nature spot in Al Dulum called “The Hidden Canyon” 130 kilometers from the capital city. Weekend sightseers, Filipino expats in particular, have been buzzing around the place since. I and a friend were fortunate to have been invited by Sir Joel…

Time Stands Still at Trinity Islands in Oas, Albay

Bonding with nature once in a while is something I am passionate about. It does not only give me the opportunity to travel, it also gives me the chance to do a favorite fitness regimentation or adventure and make  quality time with loved ones . This kind of excursion is a necessity to an Overseas…

Monster Trucks Crash in Riyadh

Backed by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s General Authority for Entertainment (GAE), the Feld Entertainment Inc. and Live Entertainment have brought the popular live motorsport, Monster Jam, to the Kingdom at the King Fahd International Stadium today, 17th of March 2017. This two-day show is one of the biggest and most celebrated touring shows in the…

On Break

Hi, Fellas! I'm on summer break to get a dose of my yearly vitamin F(amily) and N(ature) in the home country. I'm literally chasing #waterfalls this time around. What I love most about this deviation is the hiking that comes with it. Never felt awesomely tired for years until today. I absolutely miss the feeling!…

Riyadh’s Ten Best Places To Watch The Sunset

When I was still working in the Philippines, sunset is no big deal to me. I didn’t feel that strong inclination to chase it up to make my day complete. But when I braved the corporate world in Riyadh five years ago, things changed. I struggled at coping with the kind of life expats have here…

Sun Siyam Groups in KSA’s “A Glimpse Into The Sunny Side Of Life”

Earlier tonight, the opening ceremony of Sun Siyam Group in KSA’s “A Glimpse Into The Sunny Side of Life” took place at the stunning Four Points by Sheraton in Al Murabba, Riyadh. The event was attended by dignitaries such as the Ambassador of Maldives, Sun Siyam Resorts’ Director of Business Development, and Saudia’s Sales Manager…

Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip To Dubai: “Dubaiscapes”

One of the perks of staying in hotels during leisure trips aside from security, comfort, room service, and internet access is luxury in the forms of swimming pool, fitness center, and in-house restaurant. This was how we started our second day, 16 July 2016. We took advantage of Ramada Deira’s luxurious offerings. It was good…

Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip To Dubai: “Deirascapes”

The Dubai International Airport may be the busiest airport to date but its sterling interior adorned with swooping silver arches; promenades of lush artificial palms especially at the baggage claim area; and other customer-centric features such as the validated way-finding signage and passenger flow coupled with various food and retail outlets provide passengers with timely capacity comfort. This…

Chronicles Of A Three-Day Trip to Dubai: The Airport!

On the 15th of July in 2016, I, Onel, and Ren left the quiet morning of Al Izdihar  for a trip to one of the most modernized cities in the world known for its avant-garde architecture, colorful nightlife scene, and ultimate shopping experience: Dubai. Since this is my as well as Onel’s first international travel,…