How can you go around Bicol without spending EVEN A SINGLE CENT? I know how. Join me as I spend nothing and experience everything in my lucky adventures to Albay, Masbate, and Sorsogon. Continue reading Bicol: The Ultimate Work Travel
Sunny and rainy. The only two seasons in the Philippines. It makes our country warm even when the days are cold. Sure we had our own share of tropical monsoons, but nature sits still as the days of hard wind pass by.
The rainy season officially starts in the second semester every year, and this is the reason the amazing authors of this awesome blog collaborated to show their six-month travel collection of spectacular sunsets around the Philippines before the gray clouds cover the spotlight. Each one had their own personal travels from January to June of 2018 and they have decided to share the colors of warmth, relaxing orange skies, chilling sea breeze, and the vanishing of light across the horizon. Let us take you to different places in the country with our collection of stunning sunset photos. Continue reading “Stunning Sunsets: Philippines”
Last April 14, 2018 when we went to 5 Fingers and Laque Beach at Mariveles, Bataan together with my girlfriend and my youngest sister.
Personally, I discovered this thru GMA News TV Brigada and for that moment, I badly wanted to go here and here we go! 🙂 Continue reading “5 Fingers and Laque Beach in Bataan”
If you stan a KPOP idol or group, binge-watch several K-dramas, fall head over heels with your favorite oppa, follow the Korean skincare method, or just plainly amused by the Korean food, culture, and tradition, surely you’ve been hit by the Hallyu Wave or Korean wave. If you have experienced any or all of these then you’ll agree with me that being ecstatic might still be an understatement when I visited South Korea on November 27 – December 3, 2017. Continue reading “South Korea 2017”
After my solo travel in Palawan, my next destination took me to the islands in Visayas. This time, I traveled with my buddy. We arrived early in the morning and started our itinerary right away.
Siargao is tagged as “Surfer’s Haven” because of its gigantic and powerful waves which is suitable for surfing. When you go to Siargao, you’ll also experience the ultimate Siargao hangover, worse than your alcoholic hangover! (You’ll find out soon why.)
The Siargao experience was the best and memorable solo travel I’ve been this 2017 and a hangover to remember.
Ozamiz City was established back in the Spanish era as a garrison to defend against pirates coming from Lanao. Today, … Continue reading AWE-zamiz City in Minda-NOW
Villa Escudero, located in Tiaong, Quezon, is a premiere Eco-Tourism Resort that showcases the Philippines’ rich cultural heritage. It offers … Continue reading Lost in Villa Escudero
I call this pasta “three seas” or “three-Cs”. The Cs stand for Cheesy Capellini Carbonara. It’s a bit uncommon to use this pasta with white sauce, but I like experimenting in the kitchen.
Did you know that Limasawa actually means “Limang Asawa” or Five Spouses? Apparently, it had something to do with the founder of the Island or the ancestors which dwelled on the province of Leyte way back. Limasawa Island is located in the most southern part of Leyte, Philippines. Continue reading “Limitless Limasawa”
La Union is about six hours drive from Manila. Camp Avenue is located at Brgy. Taboc, San Juan, La Union. It’s just 15 minutes away from Urbiztondo, the surfing capital of the North. Continue reading “Camp Avenue”