For me, traveling is 20% flying and 80% walking (but nowadays it's 50% sailing - 50% adventure activities). You have to walk in order to experience a foreign place. You have to walk to the market, stroll along the streets, lounge by the beach, and hike through their mountains in order to get a legitimate experience of a place and to meet wonderful people along the way. It is certainly the best way to explore the city and the neighborhood. But more often than not, too much walking leaves us pain on our soles and our back that we feel like we don’t want to get up from our hotel’s bed the next day.
What's up? As you guys know, I'm planning to do more of my personal blog here on MrandMrsHowe! While I was organizing our photos from our trip since 2013, I ended up laughing seeing Jonathan's bathrobe photos.. if before, I used to have my signature "red poncho and flower crown", Jonathan was just happy to wear a bathrobe everywhere! Para ata na mukhang yayamanin! HAHA!