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My second visit to Palawan happened nearing the end of 2011. I had been thinking of revisiting El Nido since June, roughly one year since the first time I stepped foot in that beautiful paradise. During those 12 months, I was occupied by my desire to b
For travelers planning on visiting Iloilo, the islands of Concepcion in Northern Iloilo is one of the “must sees” in the Province. Even though I’ve been there a considerable number of times already, I just can’t get enough of it! Here’s my recommended
My whole 3rd week of January was swamped with covering the Dinagyang Festival. It got really hectic during the weekend trying to balance my time covering the various events, bonding with school friends, meeting online buddies, preparing photos and vide
One of my most anticipated event of the year, the Dinagyang 2010 is happening next week! As expected, I will be quite busy covering the event for Explore Iloilo. The highlights will start friday afternoon for the Fluvial Procession starting from Fort S
Pictures during my trip last week to Concepcion Islands in Northern Iloilo with fellow photo trippers Raph and Kent. It was my fourth time visiting the islands and beaches of Concepcion and I haven’t grown tired of it! There are just a lot of unexpecte
If you have a whole day to explore Iloilo and would want to venture outside the city, Southern Iloilo is one of the best routes to take since the main attractions are just along the highway and the road conditions are very good. The towns along Iloilo’
During the drive back to Iloilo from Roxas City, Capiz, we decided to take a stop over in Dingle, Iloilo. Eric wanted to visit Dingle Church since he’s never been there before, mostly probably because the poblacion or town center of Dingle is not direc
Me and whyte set out one afternoon for a food treat in two of Iloilo’s niche restaurants. We had lunch in Perri Todd’s, known for their delectable giant burgers and Nothing but Desserts, which specializes in serving sinfully sweet desserts. Perri Todd’
Deemed by the Department of Tourism as the “Christmas Capital of Western Visayas,” the town of Pototan in Iloilo fills its sprawling plaza with a flurry of colorful lights every December, attracting thousands from all over Iloilo and nearby provinces i
Pawikan Cave in Isla Gigantes Sur is one of the places that we visited during our recent trip to Carles. The atriums inside the spacious caverns created such beautiful lighting that we couldn’t resist doing a quick photoshoot. The natural spotlight and

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