Until now I always labored under the impression that the only thing of note in the Bicol Region was the ever-majestic and infamous Mayon Volcano, at least my childhood memories led me to believe that. How wrong can a person be? In my case, big time! There's so so much more to Bicolandia! So let's … Continue reading DIY Travel Guide: 5D4N Sorsogon + Albay Escapade
Yesterday, I was checking and updating my social media accounts when I came across Traveloka's blogger contest. Its theme "How Travel Changed My Life" struck me through.
Quezon Province has always been a favorite spot when it comes to beautiful islands- from its white beaches, crystal clear oceans and island hopping activities. For a considerably lower price than those in demand beaches that will cost you thousands of pesos, it is no doubt that Quezon province wears one of the crowns for the best affordable places to visit in the Philippines.
Every cafe I have visited has its own distinct ambiance and just recently, I came to visit a Unicorn themed cafe located at Malolos, Bulacan that is a first in the Philippines!
Mt. Pulag (pronounced as Pul-ag) is the name given to the third highest mountain in the Philippines coined by the locals particularly by the different tribes living within the area. The term Pulag (pronounced as Pul-Ag) is associated to the term bald or "kalbo" and it was given to the mountain due to the reason that from afar, you can see that the top of the mountain is made naturally out of grassland instead of tall pine trees. The locals also believe that it is the resting place of their ancestors and a playground of gods.
I have always been wanting to climb the infamous Mt Maculot located at Cuenca Batangas ever since I have seen the picturesque view from its summit-- overlooking Taal Lake including the renowned Taal volcano. Just this weekend, I have been able to visit this mountain and it was undeniably beautiful, indeed!
Baguio is regarded as the Summer Capital of the Philippines because of its unusual cold weather all through out the year. It is one of the few places in the country where you can visit to escape the summer heat and enjoy a chilly weather. Aside from its cold weather, this place also offers a … Continue reading DIY Travel Guide: 2N3D Baguio City and La Trinidad Escapade for Php 2,500
“Nights and days came and passed And summer and winter and the rain. And it was good to be a little Island. A part of the world and a world of its own All surrounded by the bright blue sea.” ― Margaret Wise Brown Alibijaban Island is a virgin paradise located at the most southern … Continue reading DIY Travel Guide: Alibijaban Island, San Andres Quezon
Masasa beach is not a too far weekend destination if you are looking for some place for relaxation. Aside from its pristine beach that it offers, it is also a budget friendly destination that is why this place has already become a favorite place for fellow backpackers. The beach is located mainly at Tingloy, Batangas … Continue reading DIY Travel Guide: Masasa Beach, a hidden gem of Tingloy Batangas
It doesn’t matter how slowly you go, just keep on climbing because no mountain is never within your reach. Mt. Batolusong is located at Brgy. San Andres, Tanay, Rizal which is less than two hours away from Manila. The difficulty of the trail is classified as 3/9 and can be visited on a day hike … Continue reading Mt. Batolusong and Kayibon Falls, a blissful experience