Posts tagged ‘nature’

Overlooked Travel Must-Haves

Traveling is fun, although, there are some things that make that little trip into a vacation — things that have been overlooked, but when remembered provide that added comfort.  Here’s a little checklist of overlooked travel must-haves, for when you’re an on-the-go person.


First-aid kit, check.  You never know what manner of wounds or injuries you might get from cave adventures to running barefoot on the beach.  Make sure your kit has band-aids, antiseptic wipes, pain relievers, antihistamines, antacid, gauze, anti-diarrheals, cough drops, eye drops, bug bite spray and some hand sanitizer. 


Rolls of toilet paper, check.  Again, you never know when you’re gonna need a roll, but remember, this could also serve to clean up tons of other kinds of messes.  For maximum convenience, there are rolls that actually DON’T have the little cardboard rolls in the middle.  This is a great way to maximize space for when you’re packing.


Plastic bags, check.  You’ll never know when you’re going to need a plastic bag.  You may need it to store some sticky souvenir, or, for when you’re disposing of some unneeded clutter from your pack.


Journal, check.  There’s nothing worse than coming home from a vacation and blogging about your trip with missing details!  Always keep a journal in check to write in the little stories that happen on your trip.

January 29, 2008 at 9:09 pm Leave a comment

My Natural Getaway!

I’ll Go Natural!


Hectic in San Francisco? Over-crowded in San Diego? I’d rather go to a tranquil place that provides the ultimate balm – an environment that is relaxed combined with a great dives and white sand for a luxury feeling but with a cheap price for a natural getaway.


I love to go for a cheap but first rate dive spots. Behold and enjoy dolphin and whale sightings. In addition to an experience to see hammerhead sharks that shoal around the clear waters. Cool!


For a nature communing activities on the luxury island that link me to natural attractions and natural activities like hiking, trekking, camping and mountain biking. It’s like am caught in the web of time travel. That is part modern and part tradition. Here, the people are so kind and accommodating. That is why time has been kind to its people too. People assimilate what we urbanites are enjoying without disregarding or without destroying the old, the luxury link to nature and tradition.



Gosh! Of all my travel, this is my first time to see a 16th century coral stone church. With an interior that has life-like murals painted on the ceiling. It’s awesome! With a well that can still be seen in the church. This is the main source of water for the people in the church vicinity and for those on a travel.


This is the real magic that is a link to nature or should I say a link to natural luxury.

January 21, 2008 at 3:10 am Leave a comment



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