Highlights of my 2015

Before I enumerate the highlights of my 2015, I would like to thank all those who subscribed, liked, and viewed my blog. When I started this blog, I was very confused with what I wanted to do in life. I lost a great mentor thus I was thinking about my career—I wanted to do something more than my 8-5 job. I thought of coming up with a blog because I like taking pictures, writing, eating, and travelling. To be honest, I was actually very apprehensive at first because I was scared that people would judge me. I am just very paranoid that way. But because I wanted to document my travels and food trips I woke up one day and created a website.

I actually did not care at the number of viewers because my objective was to help people with their travels—how to budget and give them tips. When I looked at my year end analytics, I was really surprised that most of my viewers came from other parts of the world.

Like I said, I would like to thank each and everyone of you from the bottom of my heart for viewing my blog. It really means a lot to me. Lastly, I want to thank God for all the blessings he has given me.

So finally, we close another chapter in our lives and welcome another year. But before I welcome 2016, I would like to look back and share with you what made my 2015 really awesome!

  1. Traveling to Japan alone and visiting 3 different citiesDCIM100GOPROGOPR4763.


Visiting Harry Potter World for the first time


This was one of the best decisions I have made because I learned a lot about myself. I got lost so many times and was really scared but I have learned so many great lessons about the trip. I learned to be independent and strong. I realized that there’s nothing wrong about asking people directions and I learned how to not trust on 3g or LTE. I finally learned how to read maps! I developed a better sense of direction. HAHAHA


  1. Being one of the finalists in the Pismo Video Contest

I did not really expect this at all.


Solo shot with the LootIMG_8916


  1. Traveling to Phuket with one of my good friends and seeing the beautiful islands



I was able to swim in open sea and ride an elephant for the first time


  1. Universal Studios Singapore with my boyfriend




Gardens By the Bay

We were really lucky that the Battlestar Galactica ride was open. It was the best rollercoaster ever!


  1. Hong Kong Ocean Park Alone




  1. Hong Kong with my family



Finally, after how many years, we went to Hong Kong as a family. It was indeed crazy yet fun. We shopped until we dropped. We visited Disneyland together and it was magical.


  1. Sip and Gogh


Which is nicer? HAHAHA! Leave a comment and vote for your favorite painting. HAHAHA Joke!
Doing the background of Starry Night

I am not really an artsy fartsy person but I enjoyed because I still was able to create a masterpiece haha

  1. Erwan Heussaff featuring my weight loss story in his blog (Kindly check out the “features” part of my menu)

Fat kid inside

He featuring me was the reason why I also created my own website. I really wanted to inspire and touch people’s lives.

  1. Cebu Pacific’s Smile Magazine feature

(Kindly check out the “features” part of my menu)



  1. Margagoes Logo

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Finally, after how many months of wondering what logo would fit my personality I was able to come up with something. Thank you Mimi Hinal for helping me with this!

I am looking forward to another year of adventures, love, and happiness. The question is, WHERE WILL MARGA GO NEXT?

“Traveling is a brutality. It forces you to trust strangers and to lose sight of all that familiar comfort of home and friends. You are constantly off balance. Nothing is yours except the essential things – air, sleep, dreams, the sea, the sky – all things tending towards the eternal or what we imagine of it.” – Cesare Pavese



Much love,

Marga Bellosillo


2 Comments Add yours

  1. Those are some beautiful highlights! Some of my bucket list items look beautiful. I can’t wait for Hogwarts to open up in Universal Hollywood this April.


    1. MargaGoes says:

      How I wish I could go to the US! That’s part of my bucket list 🙂

      Liked by 1 person

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