2017, we are ready! Our jeepney is all set for new exciting adventures, and we have enough seats for you all. The program includes traveling at least on 2 continents by air, sea and road, learning new skills, choosing healthy food, activities and people and always remember that LoVE is a verb. So we’ll top it all with countless laughs and big warm hugs. Looking forward … Continue reading Especially for you!
“Be mindful of the future, but not at the expense of the moment“ – Qui Gon Jinn In response to the Weekly Photo Challenge on Path. Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Path
Fall, winter and boring are not in the Filipino dictionary. Click here and .. we’ll pick you up at the pier 🙂 Continue reading 15 ways to fall in love with the Philippines
See you here in a couple of weeks .. Till then, join the fun by following us @estelea555 on Instagram 🇯🇵 🎉 Continue reading On the beautiful Japanese roads..
It has became a pattern of ours. There haven’t been a single family trip we have been able to handle without a last minute mega stress.. Just a sample of our previous adrenaline rushes: realising you lost your passport 5h before departure ? Checked! forgetting your exit clearance and having to rush back from the airport to the Emigration with 2 exhausted whining toddlers? Checked! reading the … Continue reading Japan – 3 : The adrenaline rush of the (totally messy) departure
“And suddenly you know… It’s time to start something new and trust the magic of beginnings..” Continue reading Oye Pirates! It’s time for a Change!
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Kids on the boat: no, it is not so hard to get used to island life. French Mum, humanitarian, restless explorer and doer on sabbatical in Cebu (Philippines): one Attila in each arm, I am exploring the “toddlers safe” corners of the region, while trying to keep some room for Me. After a decade of humanitarian assignments, Estelea decided to enjoy with… Continue reading Guess who hit the headlines today? …
Jeepney is the easiest and most common mean of transportations in the Philippines. The ride is very cheap, and the driver can stop you wherever your want (even though I heard that jeepneys should stop at designated stops but I am still looking for those signs after almost 2 years in Cebu). No air con obviously, crowded seating but so convenient! They are incredibly colourful and kitsh, with … Continue reading Travel theme: Move (by jeepney!)
The answer is here … Also in response to WPC From every angle Continue reading Cee’s Which Way Challenge