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After a chill and restful night at The Manor in Baguio then savoring grilled Bangus (milkfish) during the Dawel River Cruise in Dagupan, we found ourselves in Tarlac City. It was Go Kart time! Kart City in Tarlac, Tarlac Our destination, KCT Kart City
Our nature trek along Subic’s Pamulaklakin Trail was one of the more remarkable activities on my travels early this year. The pristine natural scenery was totally refreshing. We even had lunch in the forest beside a freely flowing spring. It was simply
We were about to find out where our tired yet exhilarated bodies were going to get a night’s rest in Ilocos Norte. The organizers announced they were splitting the group in two, each staying at different hotels. As soon as I heard one was going to be P
It was my first time to step foot in Pangasinan. During our arrival, we were welcomed by Dagupan City Tourism office and our good friend, Mica, Dagupan-local and travel blogger behind Senyorita.net. Our plan for the morning: a relaxing river cruise alo
My fifteen-day itinerary around the provinces of Leyte, Biliran, Samar, and Northern Samar in Easter Visayas region of the Philippines. I also made side trips to the southern trip of Sorsogon Province, and to Cebu on my way back to Iloilo. On this trip
While walking around the Camp John Hay in Baguio, I was smitten the first time I saw The Manor. I wasn’t able to go inside but I remembered fantasizing about staying at that particular hotel after seeing the its cozy log cabin inspired exteriors surrou
Visiting the Malacanang of the North and teeing off at Paoay Golf Course are not the only worthwhile things to do in Paoay Lake, Ilocos Norte. After breakfast at the scenic lake shore courtyard of Malacanang of the North, we discovered Paoay Lake was a
After an exhilarating experience at Kalinga White Water River Rafting, we traveled for an hour down to Tuguegarao City. It was my second time to visit Cagayan Province. The first time was when I backpacked around Northern Luzon two years ago. We stayed
I explored Indonesia  for two weeks during my three-week backpacking trip early  this year. Considering this huge country trumps even the Philippines in terms of archipelagic size, I wanted to take careful thought with my itinerary. I knew two weeks wo
Water is life and often revered for its healing properties. Modern science explains this phenomenon under the principles of hydrotherapy but there’s often more to it than what can be explained especially when it abounds in nature. My journey in the eas

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