I Travel Rox
FACT Inspire stands for Fun, Adventure, Crazy, Thrill and Inspirational life stories based on my personal experiences.
Some stories of my visa experience on how I was able to get it or got denied.
Some of the photos I will feature and essays.
Articles on investments, saving up, struggles and other ways to make money on the road.
Food trip from different places
My life as a digital nomad
This is a blog of Roxanne M. Tamayo, who enjoys her life as a digital nomad. How she was able to survive life's struggles, a breadwinner, a strong-willed, hardworking and confident person.
She's a person who loves to laugh at her mistakes. She has gained her sense of humor when she experienced traveling solo and loves every memory of it. Her smile and laughter is contagious you don't want to let her go.
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The world is enormous and there is so much to explore! I find having a bucket list really helps me keep track of the amazing things I’ve already accomplished – and all the things I still have left to do! Source One thing that’s on a lot of bucket lists is to experience a safari[…]
Introduction How much to spend in Myanmar? How about the Myanmar travel cost in 28 days? I got a message saying there was a $90 one-way ticket from Manila-Bangkok-Yangon. But how many days should I spend in Myanmar? Only one or two weeks? Nope! So I decided to get a Myanmar e-visa for 28 days.[…]
Hpa-An Myanmar is something I find mysterious, a different experience compared with Bagan, Mandalay and Inle Lake. I left Yangon with a heavy heart as I booked a night bus ticket to Hpa-An Myanmar. Wondering what would happen to me as the travel companion and I decided to separate due to misunderstandings. But that’s another[…]
Are you planning for a trip to Myanmar? Learn on how to apply Myanmar e-visa, cost and processing time. First, you need to know if you need a visa to Myanmar as it depends on your nationality. As a traveler with a Philippines passport, I don’t need a visa to Myanmar if I only want[…]
In 2016, I was able to visit Taiwan twice in November and December. The first was on my birthday for four days and the second was for five days. So, in this blog post, I will write what to wear autumn and winter in Taiwan. I had a different set of clothes in November and[…]
How I enjoyed my digital nomad life in Taiwan? When Taiwan was not a 14-day visa-free for Filipinos, I got the chance to live in Taiwan. It was almost two months which the first month, I stayed with a friend in Taipei City. The second month, I did my volunteer work in Taitung City. Related Article:[…]
A few days ago, I just discovered about the Go Karting Palawan International Circuit experience. Funny to discover it just now when it has been more than 9 months I’ve been staying in Puerto Princesa. Every time I go to Baker’s Hill to buy some goodies, I always passed by this big sign of Palawan[…]
Living like a local in Palawan means I have the time to search for places on where to eat in Puerto Princesa. My ultimate hobby here is just jumping from one restaurant to another. I love to eat and somehow I gain and lose weight in different months depends if I’m broke or not. Every[…]
Check out these 7 Lessons I learned when I missed my Willer Express Bus from Tokyo to Osaka. During my first solo trip to Japan, I knew already that I need to be ready when travel mishaps happen. One of these was missing my Willer Express Bus overnight ride from Tokyo to Osaka. How did it[…]
As I moved here in Palawan back in June 2017, I was able to visit some best places to stay in Puerto Princesa hotels with a pool. Here are six (6) among them. I have personally visited these hotels and some of these I have personally stayed. 6 Best Places to Stay in Puerto[…]
How to avoid offloading? Recently, I’ve been seeing Filipino females experienced offloading just by facing the Bureau of Immigration Philippines. Others experienced the moment you get into another country. The worst part of offloading is when your money is now a waste. Like flight tickets, accommodation reservation or tours you already paid in advance. How[…]
Realities of Travel as a Breadwinner Nowadays, people think just because I am traveling means I am rich or I have lots of money. I am sharing with you the realities of travel as a breadwinner based on my personal experience. The truth is, I am not nor have a lot of money. I wasn’t[…]