I have second thoughts sharing this one. I never make confessions. It scares me a lot. Now this is scary. I am a late bloomer traveler. Believe it or not, it was only in 2009 that I first traveled as a ‘tourist/traveler’ sort-of-thing. I was then 30 years […]
Many people talk about how enchanting sunset is in Siquijor. Many say it’s one of the most beautiful sunsets they have seen. Many regard the sunset in Siquijor as one of its gems. I think its worth the buzz. Undeniably, Siquijor offers a commanding view of the sunset, […]
Here is my list of 8 Must-See Destinations in the Philippines which are not normally known, seen or experienced by some tourists. As there is so much to see and explore, this list represents only what I think is the best of ‘off-the-beaten’ path in the Philippines. ******* […]
Here is my list of 10 Most Beautiful Waterfalls in the Philippines. The list includes both the famous and not so famous ones. However, all of them, save Maria Christina Falls are not fully developed and there are no structures that could annoy nature lovers. 10. Laligan Falls, […]
Its 9 days before this blog turns 1 year and today, I will share my list of 11 Most Beautiful Beaches in the Philippines. My list of Most Beautiful Beaches in the Philippines does not include the famous and the popular because I prefer the serene, the pristine, […]
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 […]
Originally built in 1609, the church of St. James Parish in Bolinao, Pangasinan is made of black coral stones. Its bell tower was once the tallest in the entire island of Luzon. Bolinao church also served as a fortress against the pirates on several occasions. Today as it […]
Tondol Beach is located in Anda, Pangasinan. Tondol beach has fine white sand and a long stretch of shallow water. It is a perfect getaway without the hassle, the noise and the crowd of the more known beaches in the Philippines. There are few and very cheap resorts […]
Here is Part 1 of the century old churches in Laguna: Bay, Laguna – The century old Church of St Agustine in Bay was initially built in 1804 and was completed in 1864. It was partially destroyed during WWII and was rebuilt in 1953. The church has early […]
This is my first time to try the PNR train and its an overnight ride from Naga City to Manila! The 12 hour train ride proved to be an ideal transportation alternative. My review and story to follow.
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
The Golden Tara is regarded as the Icon of the Storied Past of the Pre Colonial Times of Butuan. It was found by a Manobo woman in Wawa River in Agusan after the 1917 flood. The Tara measures 8 inches in height, 4 pounds in weight and is […]