I am at a loss for words to describe what I saw in Dinagat. It was raw and refreshing- like going back to the old times when scenic spots and beaches in the country has not been devoured by mass tourism. My inquisitively curious brain got me here in Dinagat. Back to the time when … Continue reading Beautiful Dinagat
The City of Dumaguete has its own unique way of charming me. It’s vibrant yet laid-back air makes me want to come here often. And even though Sans Rival Bistro has invaded Cebu, it’s still a different feeling when you dine to the exact place where it all started. The city is a beautiful concoction … Continue reading Dumaguete City And Valencia, Negros Oriental: It’s Always Good To Keep Coming Back
Just when I thought I have exhausted all of Siargao’s beauty, I saw from instagram and facebook posts of friends about this perfectly secluded spot in the town of Del Carmen. It has been there all along just waiting to be recognized for its timeless grandeur.
The town of Lilo-an, Southern Leyte is a quiet small town locked in tall and steep mountain ranges. In fact, its mountains are the highest in all of Leyte. On the other side of this town are clear and blue waters with rich marine life. It shares the same seas as Surigao. In fact, Lilo-an … Continue reading Molopolo Beach: Lilo-an, Southern Leyte
It was a our anniversary week, my birthday and a Holy week when we went to the famed island of Camiguin. Despite the fact that tourists would flock the island due to the long vacation, we managed to get through buying tickets and waiting long lines to tick this island off our bucket list.
Located on a bay at the Pacific Coast, this small town is how you define laid- back. I have been here dozen of times to visit relatives yet this place still gives me that same feeling of comfort and nonchalance. We go out with our “pambahays” to buy ice cream (which you should be doing … Continue reading Saint Bernard, Southern Leyte: Hindag-an Falls
This blog starts our two- week long Christmas Vacation for 2016. Even I cannot picture out how we survived by far the longest trip we had as a family. The blue line shows how far we went for the sake of travel and most importantly, visiting relatives.
The iconic picture of a belfry and a cone- shaped volcano as its background has been a recurring scene in every Civics and Culture book during my elementary years. It has also been printed on almost all peso bills in the country. Mayon Volcano, has been one of the country’s prized gems due to its … Continue reading Albay: In Pursuit Of The Perfect Cone
Bohol, as it is only 2 hours away from our address, has been one of my popular vacation destination.I have been here twice, unaware that aside from the mouthwatering Chocolate Hills, cuddly tarsiers, romantic Loboc river cruise and white sandy beaches of Panglao, off its coast are small islands and several long strips of sand … Continue reading Banacon, Getafe, Bohol- Of Sand Bars and Beaches
Last summer, the three of us embarked on a once again impromptu rendezvous with adventure. Our main purpose was to attend a cousin’s wedding in Cagayan de Oro then make a quick side trip to Bukidnon.
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