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The historic Pinagrealan Cave was our first stop during the Lakbay Norte 3 media tour. It was also my first “real” visit to Bulacan :) Before, I’ve mostly passed by the province traveling through the North Luzon Expressway (NLEX). Bulacan is the first
I was starting to get disappointed with places I’ve visited in Camiguin in the last two days. Maybe I was too critical or maybe the island’s famous attractions weren’t really that spectacular. One thing’s for sure, there was a moment when I thought Cam
Finding out about a waterfall unofficially tagged as the “Niagara of the Philippines” made me want to visit the Tinuy-an Falls during my 12-day trip in Northeastern Mindanao. I was curious to see how it measured up, if its cascades were really comparab
I had just returned to my empty hostel room in a small town in Southern Palawan when I got a call from the North Philippines Visitors Bureau. They broke the news that I was chosen as one of the lucky travel bloggers joining the 3rd edition of the Lakba
Carbao Island Itinerary Map Boracay Overnight Stop-over Boracay/Caticlan to Carabao Island, Romblon San Jose, main beach of Carabao Island Around Carabao Island: Airport, Lanas Beach, Taal Viewdeck Boracay to Iloilo via Antique Day 1 Boracay Island Sto
Is there really such a thing as a pink sand beach? and does the beaches of the Santa Cruz Islands in Zamboanga really have a characteristic pink sand as popularized? These were a few questions I wanted to figure out for myself during my first trip to Z
It was my first time to fly out of Davao International Airport and I was looking forward to seeing the interiors / pre-departure area of the airport. Since I was on a morning flight and did not have a lot of time to spare, I took the taxi from downtown
The dimming light during our late afternoon arrival in Samal Island set the mood for one unique attraction. We were set to visit the Monfort Bat Colony, known for being home to the largest colony of the Geoffrey’s Rousette Fruit Bats. I and Ferdie drop
Isla Reta is the most accessible beach in Talicud Island. It’s located right beside the Santa Cruz Pier, the main seaport at the northern tip of island. After visiting Babu Santa Beach, the habal-habal driver dropped me off at the entrance of Isla Reta
During an early morning flight to Palawan, I was looking out the window and saw a flat sheet of cloud covering most of the landscape and with the sunrise breaking out of the horizon. It seemed like we were flying above the sea ice of the Arctic Ocean .

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