I can vividly recall, it was a chilly winter afternoon, I was boarding the train from Rome to Florence, it was then I thought to myself… travelling was one of the best things… Continue reading
Things were different this time around. This was my first time to travel completely without any plans.. none at all. It turns out that this kind of planning (or the lack of planning… Continue reading
Kamusta? ¿Cómo estás? What’s up? I’m Lean Rosendo Sanchez and welcome to my visual diary! Well, video games was one of the major reasons why I started travelling. I know.. I know. The… Continue reading
I have finally arrived in Venice… Some people want to buy their first car, their first house or whatever… me I just wanted to be somewhere. Now I’m realizing the dream I decided… Continue reading
I thought that after visiting cities like Venice and Florence, my euro trip has already reached its peak. Never have I been so wrong. What was I thinking? Enter the Bernese Alps, the… Continue reading
There are cities that everyone goes crazy about, but when you get there you find yourself overwhelmingly underwhelmed. Then there will always be cities that people discourage you to visit because of its… Continue reading
The world can be such a beautiful place, especially when shared with the people within it. Tromsø is a city located two-hundred miles or so above the Arctic Circle. It’s a city like… Continue reading
If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough.
No place like home. This is my Philippines!
“Machu Picchu is a trip to the serenity of the soul, to eternal fusion with the cosmos, there we feel our own fragility. It is one of the greatest marvels of South America.… Continue reading
“The word that most perfectly describes the city of Cuzco is evocative. Intangible dust of another era settles on its streets, rising like the disturbed sediment of a muddy lake when you touch… Continue reading
1050 kilometers across cold rugged terrain on a 4×4 for 3 days! This is our adventure in the fascinating Bolivian desolace!
Iguassu falls is so huge that my photos doesn’t do the place justice at all! Well I know sometimes it shouldn’t be about the photographs but about the experience we had at Iguassu.… Continue reading
This is the largest salt flat in the world at over 10,000 square kms! By comparison, Singapore is only around 580 square kms! We had to wear sunglasses most of the time as… Continue reading
An oasis is only something that I get to read in novels or watch in Disney movies when I was a kid. I almost didn’t believe such a thing even existed. …but when… Continue reading
The Pinatubo caldera is majestic. Its a breathtakingly delightful sensory overload of an experience!! It’s really a lot to take in when you first see it! Oh boy does the landscape reward you… Continue reading
I can’t believe its less than 35 days before we head out halfway across the world en route to South America. Plans started to become more concrete back in January when the first… Continue reading
This time we travel to Beijing on a shoestring. This oriental ancient city was nothing short of amazing! I have a list of eternal cities on my bucket, and now I can finally… Continue reading
‘He who does not reach the Great Wall is not a true man’, as this famous Chinese saying goes. My photographs does not give the Great Wall of China even a little sense… Continue reading
Start the year right with Rochelle, this is New South Wales!
We finally got our license for open water scuba diving! I can just see myself living aboard at the Great Barrier Reef!
Does leaving for India over the weekend sounds crazy to you? We don’t see it that way! Its the Taj after all!
Adventure girl and I fly to Taiwan for some spontaneous adventure and CouchSurfing!
You could see KL is on its way to becoming a world class city, steadily evolving. Honestly there’s nothing much to see in KL after two days of walking around.
Aircraft carriers has long been the symbol of America’s superiority over the high seas and growing up as a big Top Gun fan, you can’t imagine how excited I felt when I was… Continue reading
CouchSurfing “Couch surfing isn’t just a means of accommodation; it is an entirely new way to travel. You get to see the world through local residents, not hotel concierges or guidebooks. But what… Continue reading
The Town Tin Mining Built! I arrived at Bercham station, Ipoh after an 8 hour bus ride from Singapore to hook up with my chinese buddy, John Ho. Ipoh, whose population is predominantly… Continue reading