My Top 10 Beaches in Southeast Asia

April has been a very busy month of travel for me. This was the first month this year that I traveled to four different countries  in a matter of 20 ...

Europe for The Savvy Independent Traveler

Deciding to stay in Europe was a spontaneous decision for me and I was still able to do it on a good financial standing even if it was peak travel ...

How to Build Your Travel Wardrobe and Still Travel Light

I am currently in one of the fashion capitals of the world, Milan and  this post was inspired while I was walking around watching the displays of the fancy shops ...

Stories of Adventures

Where To Have The Sweetest Adventures in Europe

“If something is unladylike and fattening, it must be a lot of fun”- motto of my younger self. I can’t believe that it’s already Valentine’s Day! This is quite a special day because it was on Valentine’s day of 2012 that I launched Annzventures. Wow, my blog is actually celebrating its second year and I’m [...]

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What I’m Doing More This Year

Last year I declared that my word for 2013 was flow. This time around, it took me a little digging to get my word for this year. Maybe a lot of you have already set your new year’s resolution. Or maybe you are like me and you don’t have any. I’ve never been good at [...]

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A Simple Way to Be Happier in 2014

“The point of life is happiness.”- The Dalai Lama In just a few hours we are starting a new year. As I spent the past few days celebrating on how this year has been with my travels, life and personal goals, I can’t help but be so very grateful. I’m grateful to know that people [...]

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Highlights of My Travels in 2013

If there is one word to describe my 2013, it is Flow. This year has got me flowing through some major ups and downs in life. Nonetheless, I truly enjoyed the whole journey where I learned some wonderful lessons. This post is short and sweet covering my 2013 in just a few sentences. As a [...]

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Things to Do in Amsterdam and Other Great Tips From a Local

When I was traveling in the Netherlands, I noticed that most people who travel around Europe are on packaged tours trying to hit as many countries as they can in a short period of time. Although that works for many people, I consider that travel suicide. There are just some countries that you will fall [...]

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This is the Thailand that I Love

Me and my Soul Sister having a ball in Thailand last July “Why is the key on the door knob?”, my soul sister asks me. Me: “I don’t know, I thought you kept it.” SS: “We slept the whole night with the key on the knob!?!” Me: “I guess so.” SS: “Is it really this [...]

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Reflections on Life, Typhoon Haiyan and How You Can Help

Reaching the peak of Mount Kabalintin to watch the magnificent sunset in Bohol, Visayas Last week, the Philippines was slammed with the biggest typhoon ever heard.  I have a confession: I don’t read or watch news. Ever. Heck I haven’t watched TV for the past decade or so. But since this is a major news [...]

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