There are lots of reasons why South Korea is on most travelers’ must-see list. Its culture, shopping districts, food and its historical and modern sites are just some attractions that make this country a popular travel destination.
It’s summertime! It’s getting hotter by the day but no complaints here. I just love the warm lazy days, indulging in summer foods (halo-halo, I’m craving for you!) and the overall carefree vibe I feel during this season. Staying indoors while just reading a good book or watching thrillers can already make a good summer day for me.
A few years ago, I had the opportunity to read Robert Kiyosaki’s best-selling book, Rich Dad, Poor Dad. The book promotes the importance of financial education and it contains valuable lessons on business and investing. I was so enlightened by the information and insights presented in the book that right after
Hiking is something that my best friend and I had been wanting to do as part of our #goals. I remember a few years ago, Joms and I both agreed to set aside a day or two for a mountain climbing activity. We never really got around to doing it though, mainly because we actually didn’t know how to arrange the trip (haha); we’d rather get a package tour.