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Speaking for myself, under normal circumstances, nothing is lazier than walking up in a dawn chill. Pulling yourself up is one hard thing to do, and dragging your indolent body to the shower room could be pretty demanding—unless you have one good reason to hasten the process. When I finally came to my senses, I suddenly feel the urge to rush everything out. I barely had an hour to prepare, Read more

Amorita Resort Villas

I usually draw my energy from the sun, yes, like the Superman. But unlike your childhood superhero, my skin won’t get as hard as steel. I don’t get an enhanced hearing power, and can’t emit amplified solar energy from my eyes.  I don’t even levitate. The energy that I get from the sun, however, is the feeling of being light and free. It is the feeling that can tolerate almost Read more

Ian Limpangog at Momo Beach House

I never expected to experience utmost seclusion at a white strip of the bustling Panglao Island. Normally, a popular island beachfront comes with a profusion of loud music, conglomeration of business establishments, and herd of tourists in a rather chaotic mix. Momo Beach, though located in Panglao, is a contrary to all that. It offers a tranquil escape tucked away in a remote edge of the island. Reaching Momo Beach Read more

Baler has become really popular lately. Many show interest in visiting Aurora’s capital anytime soon. And when you travel, one of the things that you need to secure weeks prior your visit is your accommodation. Hence, I created a list hotels, resorts, and homestays where you can choose from. Learn from me. When I decided to visit Baler, I immediately searched online, and then contacted hotels and lodges just five days Read more

Dumaguete is colloquially known as the city of gentle people and is rightly so. It is the image the locals built for years and has been continuously sown even in the present. Dr. Jose Rizal, Philippines’ National Hero, couldn’t be wrong during his first visit in the city. The city is also known as a university town because, despite of its size, it houses four of the countries biggest universities Read more

Poolside area

Weekday routines could be grueling. Working with difficult individuals, bumping to some annoying strangers, and getting stuck in an unrelenting gridlock strained me to my limits. That is why, I love weekends. I can go to random getaways around the province to flush out toxic stress. Returning to work refreshed increases both my productivity and tolerance to pressure. But sometimes, travel could be equally stressful, especially when the weather and Read more