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Typhoon Beach, Danjugan Island

Leaving Sipalay was heartbreaking. We could have stayed longer if time permitted. Due to the uncooperative weather condition, we missed some of its priced natural attractions, which made us feel that the trip is incomplete. Also, I will surely miss the acquaintance I made, especially the staffs of Easy Diving and Beach Resort, who had been very helpful. To negate the sadness, I thought of good memories and better pictures Read more

Malapascua: raw and stunning

The weather seemed uncooperative. Thick, gray clouds shrouded the horizon. It blocked the sunburst from hitting the surface. Below it was another stratocomulus layer hovering to the northeast—the direction of the southwest monsoon. Beyond it was a draping downpour, a harbinger of a miry adventure. The Visayan sea was rather chaotic that moment. Unpatterned ripples collided with each other—creating riptides—and repeatedly smashed the hull of the outrigger banca. The boat’s troubled buoyancy hardly kept us afloat. I Read more

A gorgeous beach fronting Ogtong Cave Resort

The northwesternmost island of Cebu province is not only known for its desiccated produce. Bantayan is not merely a dried seafood supplier to the province but also a desirable location for sojourners. With the multiple white beach fronts dotting its edges, interesting rock formations adorning its cliffs, and mysterious cave pools spreading at various locations, any traveler won’t run out of things to do. The gentle and serene locality makes the stay a lot warmer too Read more

Docked at Pandanon Island

It was azure at first. But as we approached the shallow waters of Pandanon Island, the tint of the water was slowly turning viridescent. We all witnessed how the water gradually shifted from all the shades in between blue and green. The squeaky-clean sea makes the corals 10 feet below pretty evident. And as the corally features morphed to sand, the 6-feet looked more like a knee deep. Pandanon island, Read more

Sumo Sam's Assorted Sushi and Sashimi plate

Sumo Sam is not a typical Japanese restaurant. The strokes of kanji printed atop the branding, the “hinomaru” circle on its logo, and the part of the name itself, sumo (a Japanese martial art) are your only clues. The restaurant’s look and ambiance, however, does not feel Japanese at all, despite the presence of some Nihon cultural figures and paintings displayed at the bar. The dining sets look modern and the ceiling lights are Read more

 

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