Why do you travel?
To see and learn the different places, their culture, their food, their people. to have fun, to enjoy life. It’s my reward for working my ass off!
What did you love most about your trip?
Although I wasn’t able to depart on schedule, maybe it’s for a reason. I didn’t dwell much on it, since you attended to the problem and we worked on a solution. After that, everything just flowed smoothly. The accommodations were all great, you’ve got it covered, from airport pick up and back.
What’s the one thing you won’t forget?
It’s the experience, the places we’ve visited, the memories, the fun.
What will you come back for in this trip?
I’d like to go back to Mykonos, and feel the island longer.
Did this trip inspire you in any way? How?
It inspired me to work harder, so I could do this as much as I’d like to.
Why do you think Filipinos should travel?
To go beyond what they usually do. To learn and see different cultures, different people.
Any travel tips/hacks you’d like to share?
Always carry an adaptor! We forgot to bring one, so we even had to use the USB port of the hotel’s TV! Bring in some crackers and spread to tide you up when you’re stuck in the hotel.
Why did you choose to #travelwithaccess?
We follow Access Travel on Instagram, and thought that you only cater to celebrities. Honestly, we checked with other agencies, but you were able to customize the itinerary based on what we planned, so why choose someone else? You also accommodated all our queries (sorry about being makulit!).
We promised ourselves to go to Santorini when we reach 50, and we did. I don’t have a travel bucket list, but if I have the budget, I’ll go to Machu Picchu and do a safari. I also want to bring my mom to the Holy Land and the Vatican. As a student of Architecture, I’d like to see the Colosseum and the Sagrada Familia. Lately, I’ve been bugging my sister to go to Morocco!