I’m a teacher, a travel blogger, an SK Secretary, and an advocate.

I’m a Licensed Professional Teacher. I taught English as Second Language in Korea for two years. Now that I’m back in the Philippines, I work as an English Proficiency Guide. I teach nurses, medical technicians, and physical therapists on how to get a high score in IELTS and TOEFL.

During weekends, I explore different places. My goal is to visit the Famous Landmarks in the Philippine Peso Bills. I enjoy hiking, going to the spa and saunas, exploring theme parks, and having staycations at beach resorts, and hotels. In addition, I also visit themed cafes and restaurants, and make some product reviews. If I don’t have any blogging gigs, I watch a lot of Kdrama!

Earlier this year, I got appointed as an SK Secretary in our Barangay. I’m serving the people by doing some sustainable projects and activities for the Sangguniang Kabaatan.

Every Sunday after church, I do something for my advocacy. I teach children on How to Eliminate Online Sexual Exploitation of Children. I believe that having awareness about sexual exploitation will help children avoid it.

Travel with Karla is open for collaboration such as accommodation (hotel/guesthouse), cafe, restaurant, and product reviews. You may email me at karla.obispo@gmail.com for business partnership.

18 Replies to “About”

  1. How did you start your blogging career po?

    1. It’s not really a career for me. It’s just a hobby. I write about the trips I had.

  2. Junita Evelyn says: Reply

    Hello there Karla.. I just try to check your Fan Page on Facebook and Instagram ” Travel with Karla ” but I couldnt found…
    Is it change already ???

    1. It’s still the same and active 🙂

  3. hi Ms. Karla! Tnong ko lang po magkano kaya magagastos kung magtravel sa korea for five days including na po yung air fare?. Ano-ano po yung magadang puntahan sa seoul at busan? salamat po.

  4. Hi again ms. Karla, I have another question. I really want to buy hanbok rather than renting so i can wear it anytime i want.. do u know any place where i can buy hanbok and do u have any idea how much it costs? its really hard to find stores online (i can only see rental shops).. thanks again… 🙂

    1. You may buy it at in Dongdaemun and Namdaemun Market. Price starts at 100,000 won.

  5. Nahmae oliveros says: Reply

    How ri be you po😅

  6. Hi Ms. Karla!

    I want to ask po (or help, maybe) where can I apply for a teaching or non-teaching job in Korea? I applied once from a Recruiter. But, unfortunately, I graduated college here in Philippines even though I have a citizenship from one of the native english speaking countries. Any advice po?

    Thank you

  7. Hello po 😄 gusto ko lang pong itanong kung alam nyo po mag kano inaabot ng oag tatravel sa korea gusto ko / namin ng bestfriend ko na pumunta kaso matagal pa po siguro po 3 yrs pa po namin pag iipunan . Gusto ko lang po malaman kung magkano inaabot . Para po mapag i punan namin 😃

    1. 20~25K for a week 😊

  8. Hi Ma’am,I am a newly passed teacher and you caught my attention when someone posted your blog on Facebook.I was amazed about you and your career there in Korea. Do you have Facebook account so I can follow you. I am also interested on teaching abroad like you. You inspired me and made me realized that I should be pursuing my craft.Thank you.

  9. Good on you! I admire people like you who have ambitions 🙂 and loves traveling!

    1. Thank you <3

  10. Enjoy your travels Karla and thanks for stopping by my blog!

    1. Reading your blogs are interesting to read for everyone, especially those big dreamers who like teaching and traveling. Your successful life is so inspiring. 🙂

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