It was an almost complete silence. I could not even hear the swashes stammer their name. The silhouette of the sharp cliffs sticking out into Balayan Bay grew darker by the minute. The horizon that moments ago was sweet and honey-colored revealed a fiery, fierce attitude. Here in Anilao, it
I remember seeing my mom almost in tears, cradling in her lap what used to be an elegant-looking pearly-white cover of a wedding album. She scanned the drenched pages that seemed to cry a river of colors. When the typhoon left our house submerged in knee-deep flood, it also took
Here’s our latest budget travel blog about Port Barton in San Vicente, Palawan! In this travel guide, you’ll find sample itineraries, breakdown of expenses, and recommendations on hotels and tours. Please note that this covers only Barangay Port Barton. We’ll be creating a separate travel guide for San Vicente’s poblacion
If you trace my history as a travel blogger, you’ll probably find the very roots of it in Puerto Princesa City. It happened over 10 years ago. My grandfather had passed away and I needed to fly to Puerto Princesa to attend the wake and the funeral. In the middle
Here’s our latest budget travel blog about El Nido, Palawan! In this travel guide, you’ll find sample itineraries, breakdown of expenses, and recommendations on hotels and tours. When I was a child and conjured up an image of a tropical paradise in a daydream, this looked exactly like this world.
If you have travel plans later this year, you might want to be familiar with the newly proposed terminal assignments for airlines using Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA). According to PTV, the government-owned television network, the changes will be effective August 31, 2018. You can watch the video of the
The first batch of tourists whom Sipalay City captivated was composed of divers. Facing Sulu Sea, which is a big part of the famed and naturally rich Coral Triangle, Sipalay is a giant treasure trove of underwater attractions. In fact, when seen from above, its reefs resemble a kaleidoscope world
When we think of Negros Occidental, we think about Bacolod, its capital city. That can’t be helped, I guess. Bacolod has successfully made a name for itself as an attractive tourist destination. The Masskara Festival is one of the most well-known and most highly anticipated cultural events in the country.
There was a time when the phrase “beach near Manila” was synonymous with a place in Zambales. Subic, a coastal municipality, was the go-to destination for beach-lovers. It had almost everything a Manila urbanite seeking a quick escape could ask for: a seaside hideaway, top-notch resorts, and a chance to
Nagsasa Cove bears many similarities to its more famous stepsister. Anawangin’s popularity, however, is also her weakness. Anawangin can get too overcrowded especially during peak season. Nagsasa, although beginning to draw in more and more tourists each year, offers more moving and breathing space. It has all the good things