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Tubbataha Reef: A World Heritage Site

You might be wondering why both Travel+Leisure and Condé Nast Traveler ranked Palawan as the world’s best island in 2013 and 2014 respectively. It wasn’t a recognition they made out of nowhere. It was due the fact that the island, or should I say this group of islands is, indeed, amazing. As a matter of fact, Palawan occupies two spots on UNESCO World Heritage site list and five more are still waiting for Read more

Borawan

Looking a quick weekend getaway? There are some interesting beaches in Quezon province that you can check. Borawan, Dampalitan, Puting Buhangin (with Kuwebang Lampas) offer pampering white sand, appealing backdrop, and noteworthy camp. These beaches may not as enchanting as Calaguas, Boracay, and Palawan but these can offer equally memorable experience if you make the most of your stay. Bring with you your most awesome friends. Howe to Commute From Buendia in Pasay Read more

When the clouds dissipate at Kiltepan View Point, an equally spectacular surfaces

Sagada is one of the few places in the Philippines that preserved indigeneity. Pre-Spanish burial customs; freakish way to remember the dead (panag-apoy); barter change; strong influence of the local tribal leaders called Dap-ay; and strange planting, harvesting, and wedding ceremonies – all these are still part of the ways of life of Sagada people. Located in the central Cordillera Mountain Range, reaching it is…a bit of a challenge. But don’t think about the Read more

Baler Surf lessons

Baler is one of the awesome places that can easily be accessed from Manila. Yeah – it has a reputation of being a great surfing haven, however, it offers a lot more than that. To summarize, I have listed interesting things to do in Baler. Surf or Learn Surfing First in the list is surfing. Well, a large chunk of tourists visit Baler for that purpose. Professional or not, there are waves Read more

Lucban Church

From Kamay Ni Hesus, I took a tricycle to Lucban Church (a.k.a Church of Saint Louis of Toulouse). It was already past 6:00 in the evening, but I still wanted to see the church and try pancit habhab, a local delicacy. I never thought of the last public transport schedule to my next stop. All I have in mind that time was to complete my three objectives in Lucban. In Read more

Alibijaban Island Beach

From the moment I saw the photos of Alibijaban Island from Manong Unyol, I always to wanted to visit it – even if it means going alone. I made several attempts the past weekend, but a lot of things happened that eventually delayed my trip. So I marked Alibijaban Island an elusive destination. Last Saturday, I pursued my Alibijaban conquest. I boarded a Lucena-bound Jac Liner Bus in Buendia and then transferred Read more

Alibijaban Kid

Without any plans in mind, I boarded a bus to Lucena one Saturday night. From Lucena, I took another bus to San Andres in Quezon province. I was alone and had no contact person at hand. All I wanted that time is to experience Alibijaban first hand. Luckily, the trip wasn’t a mess. I will tell my story on my next article. For now, let me start with a do-it-yourself (diy) Read more

 
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