Palawan is a collection of natural marvel. When people talk about Palawan, the first things that come to mind are Puerto Princesa, El Nido, and Coron. Today, thousands of visitors are unaware that there is a hidden paradise on the southmost part of the region. Balabac, the untouched beauty of Palawan where a number of islands and sandbars are located. In this blog, I will take you to the virgin island’s genuine pleasure.
Among the beaches of the country, this is perhaps one of the best. Fine white sand, clear water, peaceful surroundings and isolation from the toxic urban cities. Calaguas offers the best experience for complete relaxation, that is if you don’t mind the long travel and a bunch of tourists coming every now and then (for weekend tours!). Continue reading “Why Go Back To Calaguas?”
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
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”
A good day to find peace in Sulu. Despite all the warnings and fake news that the place isn’t safe for a tourist nor a traveler, I got myself stuck in Jolo. Not just to tick off another province of the PH81, but to learn some of the cultures and practices in Mindanao. I never bothered walking under the sun while roaming around the town because there were so many things that were new to me, like their story, language, the food, and religious practices. To be honest, spending a day in Jolo will never be enough because there’s still a lot of stuff to learn and places to visit. I will surely come back for more stories, and unlimited laughter along with my newly found brothers. Continue reading “Sulu”