Touchdown! Welcome to BrokenBiyahera.com!
The Broken Biyahera is Bianca Trovela, a wonder lass who developed a wanderlust. She agrees that not all those who wander are lost; some are just, well, hurt. Charaught.
Armed with her pasts (e.g. pastport, boarding past) and her Bucket-slash-Bakit-slash-Book It List, Bianca created BrokenBiyahera.com to own a place where she can pour (and tour) her heart out.
Her travel mantra is plain simple. It says, “Travel because you can. Travel because…you’re broken.”
See her explorations in this planet called Hurt (Earth, rather) and you shall find out where a broken heart like hers really goes.
Where Do Broken Hearts Go?
Travel bloggers often say that the Masungi Georeserve is perfect for beginner hikers, adventure seekers, and nature lovers. While I agree with that 100%, as an advocate for peace on hurt (and Earth), I believe that this protected leisure spot nestled in the tranquil...read more
Bohol of me loves Bohol of you. <3 It’s been almost two years, but the blissful memories of our Bohol trip are still vivid in my mind. I can only think of two reasons why this particular trip has become one of the most unforgettable: (1) It happened during my 22nd...read more
I was with two of my cousins on New Year’s Day last year. We were itching to check out another place to grace our Instagram feeds even if there’s a superstitious belief that one shouldn’t spend money during January 1st to draw luck and prosperity throughout the year....read more
I still have a lot more to prove as a travel blogger before I get to enjoy the many perks that come with being one—sponsored trips, all access passes to various events, free accommodations at resorts/hotels, to name a few. For now, I have to rely on travel contests to...read more
I was in a disastrous state when I went to the once disastrous Mt. Pinatubo. My mind then was on a brink of exploding as I dealt with what I call pre-quarter life crisis. I actually almost backed out from the trip; thank goodness the positive people surrounding me...read more
I was that kid who loved studying history but hated going to museums. I know, Alanis Morrissette—it’s ironic. Perhaps, that explains why I cannot completely let go of the past until now. Chos. Anyway, my younger self had no choice because educational field trips had...read more