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From Tubigon, I chartered a habal-habal (single motorcycle driver) for my day tour of Bohol Island. Since I needed to travel to Tagbilaran, where I planned to spend the night, might as well visit all the tourist spots along the way. I took the inland h
What would possibly get a night owl like me to wake up 4:30AM in the morning? If I’m on the road, there would only be two possibilities: to catch an early morning flight/commute or chase a photo opportunity that MUST be worth the effort. Bernie, my tra
I was craving for some downtime and a change to a less urban type of scenery after a busy itinerary in Naga and Legazpi City. No doubt, my #1 agenda for the whole trip to Bicol region was to visit the “Survivor” Islands of Caramoan! Caramoan became kno
Our first day in Puerto Galera, Oriental Mindoro. After leaving our stuff at the guest house in White Beach, we went to the Tamaraw Falls, which was conveniently located beside the highway enroute to Calapan. On our way back, we explored a bit of Puert
The commute to Caramoan takes at least four hours from Naga City, Camarines Sur. Two hours land trip from Naga City to Sabang Beach and another two-hour ferry (pumpboat) ride going to Guijalo Port in Caramoan. After quick morning tour of Naga City, I t
Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia are two cities in Asia known for its multi-cultural diversity. Not only will visitors expect a convergence of different cultures in the region, the two cities also present a contrast between the Orient and the Weste
Coming out from a long trek through the jungle trail in Palawan, I finally caught sight of the underground river’s mouth. There were no crowds of tourists around, only me the boatman, who was intently anticipating my arrival for the guided tour of the
Since my first visit to Mindanao barely a year ago, I’ve found myself back in this southern island for the fourth time now. I love how different it feels wandering through its city streets and exploring its lush countrysides. The opening of new direct
I stumbled upon Port Barton while I was researching about places to visit for my first solo trip to Palawan. Just the name “Port Barton” instantly got me curious since it sounds very “British,” which is highly unusual in the Philippines. I wanted to kn
The late afternoon hours are a major part of my day when I’m traveling. I’ve already watched the sunset at Calaan Beach located past the northern end of El Nido town proper. To switch things up, I hopped on a tricycle (P10 fare) headed southwards to Co

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