Fun & Free Things To Do in Sibuyan Island, Romblon

Introducing Sibuyan, an island known as the Galapagos of Asia. An off-the-beaten-path to see the great outdoors in a diverse landscape of mountains, coasts, waterfalls, and rivers. Continue reading Fun & Free Things To Do in Sibuyan Island, Romblon

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How we traveled to Banaue (Ifugao Rice Terraces) from Manila by bus

Philippine Cordilleras has 5 terraces listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. Two are found in Banaue: Bangaan Rice Terraces and Batad Rice Terraces, both require some easy hiking to witness its magnificent paddy fields. Also in the list is Mayoyao Rice Terraces which is accessible and can be squeeze in the day tour because of its proximity from Banaue Terraces… Continue reading How we traveled to Banaue (Ifugao Rice Terraces) from Manila by bus

When in Dumaguete

One summer weekend, we decided to travel to Dumaguete as a gateway to Apo Island, a turtle (pawikan) marine sanctuary and a top diving spot, and to get to Balinsasayao Twin Lakes. Also, Dumaguete City is a wonderful destination for a foodie. There are lots of great restaurants, especially around their coastal boulevard. You won’t have any problems with the transportation because there are many tricycles available to take you from your doorstep to anywhere… Continue reading When in Dumaguete

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Ilocos Backpacking: Tourist Spots in Pagudpud, Laoag & Paoay

A better way to learn more about our country’s culture and history is to travel to Northern Luzon in a shoestring budget and experience the local life. Take delight in riding the kalesa in Vigan and marvel at its old world charm. More history awaits in Laoag and there’s fun and excitement at the sand dunes of Paoay and a relaxing treat of serene white beaches and lovely blue skies in Pagudpud. Continue reading Ilocos Backpacking: Tourist Spots in Pagudpud, Laoag & Paoay