A little something about me…

meWell, hello! I’m Sarah Berthe, a small town girl from Bantayan Island, Philippines. I have a regular 9-5 job as a Software Engineer but that doesn’t hold back my deep-seated love for travel. I am currently contributing to the world by making programs to help humanity do everyday things easier. (ok, enough chat about work)

Consider me as that one friend who is almost always away for a trip. Every long break from work is another country ticked off on my bucket list. My friends often skip me in their invitations because I am always in a “catch me if you can” situation (can’t really blame them tho). I have a huge list of excursions in the next decades and I’m always on the lookout for the next adventure. If I’m not busy geeking around, I enjoy a good day out in the beach, learning foreign languages, hanging out with my awesome friends or binge watching sitcoms. Here’s 10 Ten Things You Need to Know About Me so we can get more personal 🙂

500I travel with my husband, Olivier, but you might wonder why you barely see him in my photos. Well, he said he’d rather take my photos than be in one. But, when stars align, I can convince him to pop over for a selfie or strike a pose otherwise, I take some candid shots just like this one. He’s simply amazing and very supportive of my travel blogging. (Merci mon chéri…)

Our paths first crossed in the small town of Oslob, Philippines. I was backpacking with couchsurfers from China, Japan, Germany and Singapore while he was on a diving trip across the Philippines. We’ve only had short conversations back then and didn’t even know each other’s name. Little did we know, fate was sorting out something for us. Our paths crossed again a day later when we moved to Moalboal, about 80km from Oslob. This time, we finally had some proper introduction and long, interesting conversations about traveling, diving and what not. The rest, as they say, is history… ❤

We are both backpackers at heart and would love to keep it that way. But occasionally, we like to enjoy the finer things in life too because why not!


“The best things in life are the people you love, the places you’ve seen, and the memories you’ve made along the way.”

– Unknown


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43 thoughts on “A little something about me…

  1. Sarah,

    This is a beautifully designed blog. You’re doing great work.

    Thank you so much for swinging by my blog. I’m just getting started with this whole thing. Hope you’ll drop by again as the adventures accumulate.

    And if you’re ever in New Orleans, give a shout. I’ll give you a full list of places to check out, music to hear, and food to eat.

    Best wishes,

    Nick Fox

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  2. Hi, I was recently been nominated for a pass-it-forward style Blogging Recognition Award, and I have nominated your blog in response. There is no pressure to follow up on it – I just thought I’d share my enjoyment of your blog with others. You can find the link to my nominations here: https://growitcatchitmakeit.wordpress.com/2015/07/30/small-gestures-can-have-big-impacts/#more-359 or the original award here: http://eveofnight.blogspot.com.au/2014/10/lets-celebrate-whos-up-for-award.html.
    Take care,
    Justin

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  3. Hi Sarah! Happy to have found your blog! I’m a travel lover too and when I started reading one of your posts I couldn’t wait to read another one! I’m looking forward to following you and being inspired by your travels and experiences! 🙂
    http://www.fromdreamtoplan.net/

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  4. I can’t believe my luck, I have just stumbled across your blog by chance and I have completely fallen in love with it! Well done on being able to follow your travel dreams while working on you career too, not an easy thing to do!

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