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So what’s with the deal with the 2 + 6 days? My trip to Zambales last summer was divided into two parts. The first part was a two day visit to Anawangin Cove, Zambales and the second was a longer six day trip to Nagsasa Cove, other areas of Zambales Pr
Last summer, I spent eight weeks on a series of short trips across Luzon. I called Manila my new home and each week I’d go out to visit particular places near Manila that I’ve always wanted to see but never got the chance before. I guess the reason was
My visit to Northeastern Mindanao was one of those trips that always gets me excited whenever I get reminded of the places that I’ve visited in the 12 days that I’ve spent in this part of Southern Philippines. I can’t get enough of it! Every time I rev
We spent five days for our do-it-yourself trip to Singapore and Malaysia. We spent the first three days in Singapore and then crossed over to Malaysia on the second part of our trip. From the Philippines, we took off from Clark International Airport, P
I’ve finally embarked on my first major climb, a traverse of Mt. Pulag, the highest peak of Luzon Island and the Philippines’ third highest mountain. The summit climb in itself was already a major physical “beating” but I just couldn’t pass off seeing
Mindanao used to be a vast mass of uncharted territory for me. I was, however, determined to see more and experience for myself, the many alluring charms of this often misunderstood island. Thanks to a (relatively) new route serviced by Cebu Pacific, I
Last year, I went on the most butt-numbing trip of my life. The experience was quite rigorous yet the rewards of visiting some of the most alluring places I’ve ever visited were also very gratifying. It all started smoothly enough when I flew to Tugueg
Malaysia and Singapore are definitely way up my list of places to visit in South East Asia. I’ve always considered these places as the two most progressive countries in this part of the world. Being a self confessed “urban development junkie,” sparks o
Bicol, for me, has one of the most diverse sets of tourist attractions in the Philippines. It has alluring natural features, remarkable historical structures, lively festivals, great food, and sought-after adventure destinations. Since it was my first
It’s a very rare occurrence that I wake up early during my travels. When I went to Legazpi City, however, I couldn’t just pass of the opportunity to view the beautiful sunrise along the coast of Albay Gulf and the clear view of Mayon during the early m

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