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PinoyOnTheRoad Travel Confessions

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 […]

PinoyOnTheRoad Turns 2!

This August, this blog (pinoyontheroad.com) is turning 2 and as a way of celebrating, I am giving away some stuff from my Starbucks collection! Mechanics: 1. Visit pinoyontheroad.com 2. Leave a comment on any post 3. That’s it! Remarks: 1. One (1) comment made in any post is […]

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 […]

The Majestic Cagsawa Ruins

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 […]

The Century Old Daraga Church

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 […]