This is Liñon Hill and the picturesque Mayon Volcano. Story to follow. Advertisements
As popular as Mayon Volcano, The Cagsawa Church Ruins is what remains after the most beautiful volcano erupted in February 1, 1814. On the belfry stands to this date and has become the symbol of resiliency of the Bicolano people. Here are some of the photos I took […]
This is the famous century-old Church of Nuestra Señora De Porteria which has been declared a National Cultural Treasure by the National Museum in 2007 and likewise declared a National Historical Landmark in 2008 by the National Historical Commission of the Philippines. Its current restoration is being supported […]
This is the Spanish-old Cathedral of San Gregorio Magno in Legazpi City, Albay. Story to follow.
These are some of the photos I took when I visited Bonsai Island. Bonsai Island is few meters away from Cagbalete and only appears during low tide. On high tide, only the leaves of the bonsai trees appear. To get to the islet, hire a boat in Cagbalete […]
Here are some pictures of my recent trip to Cagbalete Island, Mauban, Quezon. Story to follow 🙂 HOW TO GET TO CAGBALETE ISLAND To get to Cagbalete Island, take a bus direct to Mauban, Quezon or one can take a bus bound for Lucena Grand terminal. From Lucena, […]
My Zip Line experience at the mighty Ma Christina Falls in Iligan City. Story to follow. I posted this on my Facebook wall: 22 October 2012 via Mobile swimming is never allowed here and the best way to enjoy maria christina falls is the zipline!
My camping, sunset and friendship experience in Nagsasa Cove, Zambales. Story to follow. I posted this on my Facebook wall: not your ordinary sunset
My first trekking experience to Mt Pinatubo Crater Lake – 2 hours by 4×4 and 2 hours by foot, and that’s just going! Story to follow.
Anawangin Cove is a popular beach destination in Zambales. It has stunning array of pine trees adoring its white sand beach and the mighty rocky mountains in its background. There is also a stream in the area that mirrors its picturesque landscape. Camping, hiking and swimming are the […]
On my last day in Mui Ne, I took this photo of a lovely lotus flower and I posted in my Facebook wall: Thank you Vietnam! See you again in few months! Story coming soon!
The Fairy Stream’s main attraction are its sandunes of different colors – white, yellow, orange, red and gray. The stream that runs to Mui Ne Bay can go as high as half a feet and is 2km long. One is required to be barefoot when walking through the […]
This is the scenic Fishing Village of Mui Ne. Story coming soon.
The cheapest dinner I ever had since I started traveling outside the Philippines! Story coming soon.
One wish completed today 12 times – Sandboarding at Red Dunes, Mui Ne, Vietnam. January 15, 2013. Mui Ne is famous for its stunning yellow, red and white sand dunes and there’s nothing more fun to do than sand boarding!
White Sand Dunes of Mui Ne, Vietnam. Story coming soon!
How To Get To Marinduque From Manila, take a bus bound for Lucena Dalahican. Buses bound for Lucena can be found in Araneta Bus Terminal, Cubao Bus Terminals and Pasay Bus Terminals. Popular buses that go to Lucena are Jam Liner, Lucena Lines and RRCG among others. The […]