Bongao Badjao Village

My last stop over for the day is the Badjao Village. I asked Alvin to bring me to the famous water village where Badjaos live in peace and harmony with one another. The Badjaos here have relatively large population and they don’t live a life like the Badjaos […]

Bongao Fish Market

I am not a market-goer person and I was amazed of the colorful fishes I saw in Bongao Fish Market.  Apart from the colorful fishes that are sold fresh (yes, without ice), all vendors do not use weighing scale and interestingly, everything is sold by piles and are […]

Old Chinese Pier in Tawi Tawi

The Old Chinese Pier is perhaps the busiest place in Bongao. This is a major gateway to the other islands of the province as well as going to Zamboanga or Malaysia. Big and small wooden boats used as passenger and cargo vessels are docked here. Locals say that […]

Tawi Tawi Provincial Capitol

This is the Provincial Capitol of Tawi Tawi located in Bongao.  Bongao is the most populous of the 11 towns of the province. The capital town of Tawi Tawi is Panglima Sugala. The capitol building looks more of a mosque rather than a government office building. It has […]

Pulang Bato Waterfalls

Red River Valley Waterfalls or popularly known as Pulang Bato Falls is a unique waterfalls because of its seemingly red water caused by the red rocks in the area. The rocks contain some sort of minerals that make the water appear  reddish though in fact it is clear.  […]

The Grandeur of Bud Bongao

My fascination about Tawi Tawi started when I first saw pictures of travel bloggers on top Bud Bongao.  I have always been amazed by those wonderful pictures posted in their Facebook walls. It was a dream to reach this place. And today, that dream is a reality. Bud […]

Sorsogon Travel Guide

INTRODUCTION TO SORSOGON Sorsogon is the southernmost province of Luzon and is among the country’s best kept nature hideaways. It is Luzon’s gateway to Visayas and Mindanao. It is a second class province with 14 municipalities and 1 component city.  All its municipalities are along the coastline except […]

Provincial Capitol and Park of Sorsogon

This is the Provincial Capitol of Sorsogon Province located in Sorsogon City. The capitol building which is the center piece of the huge capitol park was built during the early American period and features Roman Gothic columns on its facade. The capitol park has large trees and a […]

Bayugin Falls of Sorsogon

This is Bayugin Falls in Bulusan, Sorsogon. The falls is surrounded by relatively dense forest and the 20 minute trail going down the falls is mossy and slippery. Its waters run to Bayugin River, a tributary of Paghasaan River. HOW TO GET TO BAYUGIN FALLS The waterfalls is […]

Sorsogon City Baywalk

To tourists, this place is called Baywalk. To locals, this place is called Rimpulas. Rimpulas (correctly spelled supposedly as Rempeolas) has evolved from a garbage dumping site into a beautiful baywalk it is today.  It has become a favorite hang out among locals to unwind, relax and enjoy […]

Sorsogon Cathedral of Sts Peter and Paul

Undeniably the most noticeable structure in the whole of Sorosogon City, the Cathedral of Sts Peter and Paul has a huge dome ala-Vatican that dominates the city’s skyline. The new church was inaugurated on April 27, 2011 on the occasion of the 60th year of the Diocese of […]