Lisbon

Here’s a summary of my Lisbon trip: The Tramway Network The vintage trams are fun and will take you up and down the city’s narrow and hilly streets! Tram 28 takes you to the historic parts of the capital. Lisbon's trademark. A post shared by Kat Lim (@katdlim) on Aug 8, 2017 at 5:43am PDT…

Porto

Travel northwest of Portugal and you will meet and greet the colourful and vibrant Porto, a coastal city with interesting architecture, delicious food, and narrow cobbled streets. When in #Porto. ☀️ A post shared by Kat Lim (@katdlim) on Aug 1, 2017 at 10:28am PDT …………………………..   Where To Go: Most of Porto’s popular sights…

Japan

Tokyo-Kyoto-Osaka / 5.5 days, 5 nights If you are in a rush to get to know Japan, a week or less could be enough to have a real Japanese experience. We travelled from Cebu City, Philippines to Narita, Japan in April (cherry blossom season in Japan) but I do intend to stay longer next time. Here’s…

Iceland Part III

Iceland is a country that you will have to visit over and over again. I regretted not discovering Northern Iceland, which is a must for those who loved the other more popular parts of the country. Top 5 things to do in Iceland:  (Let’s skip the Blue Lagoon, shall we?) 1. Take a road trip…

Coron

Coron, Palawan! Breathtaking. Most people will opt to stay in Coron town proper for its convenience. A short tricycle ride for P10-15 can bring you to the closest port for the island hopping or the popular Maquinit hot spring (too many tourists for me). I tend to avoid tourist traps although you still have to…

Iceland Part II

Now let’s talk about the food. Among the several restaurants we tried around Reykjavik, I enjoyed Fish Company the most. The ambience, service, and menu were excellent. I love seafood and unless you’re in sunny Europe, getting hold of fresh and quality fish can be difficult. Iceland proved me wrong! Fish Company, specifically, satisfied my seafood craving. The…