Feature: Caught in the summer are the colors of Aurora. The bloom fest of flowers. The gorgeous blue sky reflecting its vastness on the clear ocean water. Even the dull brings pleasure. Everything is just alive with colors. Feast your eyes on the vibrant and somber effects of Dinadiawan and Baler.
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”
People. It’s very hard not to notice Ilonggos friendly attitude as they wear their big smiles at all times. Ilonggos are very approachable and accommodating making the tourists feel at ease in asking assistance/queries. The only barrier between the locals and tourists is the language differences. Since they have their own dialect, expect that not all locals are fluent in Tagalog. I suggest that when you communicate with them, try to use either English Language or TagLish. With this, they can understand you better. And when you are interacting with locals expect that some may completely understand your queries, however, when they respond to you, they will speak in Ilonggo. You really have to make a good pick to whom you will throw your queries. 😅😅😅 Continue reading “3 REASONS WHY ILOILO HAS TO BE IN YOUR BUCKET LIST”
The streets are mad with red! Chinese New Year in Binondo, Manila is an opportunity for traders to display and sell different Earth Dog items this season. And I grabbed the chance to take a quick stroll between the busy streets. My friends and I came around noon at Quiapo and roamed around Binondo. Here are some photos I took with my new gadget. Kung Hei Fat Choi! Continue reading “A Day in Binondo”