Yes, its 10 days before this humble travel blog turns 1 year old. And today, I will share to you the 12 Pinoy Travel Bloggers I wanted to meet…and ask them a question which I already have an answer. And why them? Because they are simply the best […]
Baguio is the Summer Capital of the Philippines because of its cool climate when the rest of the country is experiencing the heat of summer sun. Baguio is an easy get-away for many tourists because it is just a 5-hour drive from Manila. More so, there are hundreds […]
Preliminary I am on my way to visit all the 80 provinces of the Philippines in one year. I call this project #awesome #philippines80. I have started it last May 2012 and by far, I have done half of the journey. And on those days I have been […]
This is the Shrine of the Battle of Pulang Lupa in Torrijos, Marinduque. In this mountain peak, the Filipinos won over the Americans during the war in September 13, 1900. It is called Pulang Lupa or Red Soil because of the bloody fight between the two forces. RELATED […]
Tawi-Tawi is the southernmost province of the Philippines. It is even closer to Malaysia than the nearest Philippine City of Isabela in Basilan. Tawi-Tawi is perhaps a strange tourist destination among many Filipinos and foreigners alike not because of the present military problems in the area as brought […]
This is the World’s Largest and longest Wooden Rosary located in Christ the King Cathedral in Tagum City, Davao Del Norte. Each bead weighs 35kgs and is made of iron wood. Story to follow.