Tomorrow is not promised, so I made a Travel Bucket List.

02 June 2021

Health is truly wealth, and once again I am asking for your prayers for my Father as he is battling Covid-19 and high levels of creatinine, needing immediate dialysis.

It is times like this when I get a wakeup call and come to a harsh realization that life really is short and human bodies are fragile bags of blood and bones. Tomorrow is not promised, so all we can do is make the most out of life.

There are so many things we have yet to experience as a family, so when my Father gets well and when the world opens up again post-pandemic, traveling is up there in our priority of things to do. To distract myself, I listed down some of the places I wish we can go to.


My favorite country to visit, always. I've been there five times and each visit is more fun than the last. It would be great to let them experience snorkeling at the Rainbow Reef like what J and I did a couple of years ago. It was life-changing and I'd love for them to be able to do it, too.

With historical sites and museums such as Fort Sumter (built in the Civil War era) and the McLeod Plantation Historic Site, Charleston has earned a place as one of America's most historic cities. The city is also known for its intriguing architecture, fantastic weather, and diverse culture. However, frequent visitors to this city usually blame food for their obsession with this city. The city offers residents and visitors alike mouth-watering cuisines that keep bringing them back! While in South Carolina, you should visit the vacation city of Myrtle Beach. From visiting an amusement park to hitting a few balls at beautiful golf courses, there are so many fun things to do in Myrtle Beach!

New York City

Popularly known as the Big Apple, the upbeat New York City is an absolute must-see city in the United States! This city's views are somewhat unique to other states as it offers scenes of the hustle and bustle of a vibrant city, tall skyscrapers, and an urban and diverse cultural set. Visit the city's museums, the iconic Wall Street, or the historic Statue of Liberty. Need a break from the city's lively atmosphere? Then you can take some time visiting an array of food joints and restaurants or take a stroll through the renowned Central Park.


No specific place in Italy, really, but I've always said I wanted to be an Italian in my next lifetime. You know Eat, Pray, Love by Elizabeth Gilbert? Yeah I want the Eat part of that.


As the capital city of Hawaii, Honolulu offers a unique mixture of urbanization and relaxation. The city provides an array of shopping centers, vibrant markets, and of course, beaches. Although locations such as Waikiki Beach are popular, you can create an entirely new experience by visiting the city's other beaches, such as Waimanalo Bay Beach Park. The town holds historical value, with naval historical sites such as Pearl Harbor National Memorial and Battleship Missouri Memorial to educate visitors on the happenings of the World War and the city's significance. 

Please help me in praying for my Dad so we can start planning these. Thank you very much and I hope you are keeping safe.

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