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I traveled solo during my first visit to the Puerto Princesa Underground River in Palawan. I did it on a do-it-yourself (DIY) itinerary and to save on costs, walked the 5-kilometer jungle trail to the cave’s mouth. It was one of those early moments whe
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
I was back where I started. Some things remained as I had left them … a lot of new developments around … perhaps the biggest change I noticed during my revisit to Palawan was how much of me feels different. The last time I traveled to Palawan was o
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
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 .
Who says traveling on a cruise is designed only for the more “seasoned” tourist? Disney’s Zack and Cody would certainly disagree. Having seen my fair share of “The Suite Life on Deck,” I’ve always been curious about the experience traveling on a cruise
Spending the afternoon in Sentosa Island was a great way to end our 4-day trip to Singapore and Malaysia. Despite being at the border of “tourist trapdom,” I liked Sentosa because it caters to many types of travelers/tourists. Last time, I hated not be
As soon as we got off the bus at KLCC, we went straight to Suria KLCC Mall located at the base of the Petronas Twin Towers. Walking under the imposing twin spires was exhilarating as ever. I was still awed by the Petronas Twin Towers even though it has
The KL Tower along with the Petronas Twin Towers are two of the most recognizable landmarks of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Going up the skybridge of the Petronas Twin Towers was one of the highlights during my trip to KL last year. This time, I had the chan
Thean Hou Temple (or Tian Hou Temple) is a large Chinese (buddhist/taoist) temple built by the Hainanese community living in Kuala Lumpur. It was the first stop on our “shore excursion” day tour of KL. After arriving in Port Klang during our cruise to

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