Transportation Guide | How to Get To Baguio City

Baguio City is one of the top tourism destination in Luzon. It is located ~250 kilometers from Metro Manila at a 1,450 meter above sea level elevation. With it’s high altitude Baguio City is called the Summer Capital of the Philippines . It is a favorite travel destination for local, and foreign tourist with its cool weather, and for the famous flower festival, Panagbenga Festival. It is no wonder that how to get to Baguio City is easy thanks to several bus transport companies in Metro Manila and other provinces. Continue reading Transportation Guide | How to Get To Baguio City

Budget-Friendly & Cheap Accommodations in Puerto Princesa

Traveling is expensive no matter how hard you try to taper down expenses. After all it’s money going out of your pockets. Puerto Princesa is one of the top travel destination in the Philippines, and it does cater to travelers who are trying to curb down their budget. You’ll find affordable backpackers accommodation that can fit in your travel budget. Here are some budget-friendly, and cheap accommodations in Puerto Princesa. Continue reading Budget-Friendly & Cheap Accommodations in Puerto Princesa

Philippine National Museum – Quezon, Palawan Branch

Not a lot knows of the existence of a Philippine National Museum – Quezon, Palawan Branch. But there is one, and everyone who visited the Tabon Caves Complex at Quezon, Palawan has stopped by this museum as point entry. Quezon is approximately 148 kilometers away from Puerto Princesa City, the provincial capital where the Tabon Caves Complex is located. Continue reading Philippine National Museum – Quezon, Palawan Branch

Plan Your Next Escape at Discovery Suites Manila

When it’s time for a getaway, you need not go far to experience bliss. Stay right where you are – Discovery Suites Manila has so much in store for you any day of the week. Discovery Suites Manila is the preferred address of business and leisure travelers. It balances the convenience of a spacious residence with the personal touches of a hotel. Continue reading Plan Your Next Escape at Discovery Suites Manila

Budget-Friendly & Comfortable WE Travelers Inn in Puerto Princesa

We got back from a week at El Nido. We were looking for another place to stay and to review. This time around we had some considerations to take, and one of them is to find a place that is near food establishments and a laudry mat. Scouring the internet, we found WE Travelers Inn. Continue reading Budget-Friendly & Comfortable WE Travelers Inn in Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa’s Historic Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral

One of the popular tourist destinations in Puerto Princesa City is the historic Immaculate Conception of Mary. Located along Rizal Avenue in Baranggay Liwanag, the Immaculate Conception of Mary is said to be the patroness of the cathedral church. Aside from the beauty of its facade, the church’s history is what makes it an interesting place to see. Continue reading Puerto Princesa’s Historic Immaculate Concepcion Cathedral

The Dark Stories of the Puerto Princesa Plaza Cuartel

Plaza Cuartel is one of the historical tourist destination every visitor of Puerto Princesa. Located along Taft street in Baranggay Liwanag, adjacent to Immaculate Conception Cathedral and Rizal Park is a small park of a great history.  Plaza Cuartel has a colorful history because of the events that happened here during the World War II. Continue reading The Dark Stories of the Puerto Princesa Plaza Cuartel

Afternoon Strolling at Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park

A simple way of experiencing how local leisure is by strolling along the Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park. It is an open seaside space for strolling, biking, and a place to hang out located just beside the port area at Sandoval St, Puerto Princesa, Palawan. Continue reading Afternoon Strolling at Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park

Palawan | Easy DIY Puerto Princesa City Tour

Puerto Princesa City Tour is a popular tourist activity and a filler in any itinerary. Most travel agencies offers city tours to tourists PhP 600 per person rate. It is pretty much a good price for a day worth of going around the city and going around different tourist destinations. For some who prefers to keep budget to a minimal, you can easily have your own DIY Puerto Princes City tour ofcourse. Continue reading Palawan | Easy DIY Puerto Princesa City Tour

Puerto Princesa | Clean & Affordable Go Hotels Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa is also known as “A city in a forest”. It is a small city in an island full of natural resources, and they have made good use of this to attract people to visit the island paradise. Puerto Princesa is the entry city when visiting Palawan province. It not only is the access city of the province it also has a lot to offer its visitors. If you’re looking for a clean and affordable hotel in Puerto Princesa, check out budget hotel – Go Hotels Puerto Princesa. Continue reading Puerto Princesa | Clean & Affordable Go Hotels Puerto Princesa

Discovery Suites Ortigas | Discovering a Home at the Metro

Morning found me at the airport still weary from a night of late work, and an early morning flight. It was weekday, and lately I’ve been spending my nights cocooned going through some freelance work regardless of travel schedule. The flight was quick, as I watched the play of clouds in between air turbulence with thoughts of rest and relaxation at Discovery Suites Ortigas. Continue reading Discovery Suites Ortigas | Discovering a Home at the Metro

PALAWAN | Tabon Cave Complex

Tabon Cave Complex is 2-3 hours away from Puerto Princesa, Palawan. It is a set of caves located on Lipuun Point, north of Quezon municipality, in the south western part of the province of Palawan, Philippines. It’s one of the first historical sites Filipinos read from their early school years, dubbed as the Philippines’ Cradle of Civilization.

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PALAWAN | On Impulse, With Confidence, and Some Chickening Out’s

NOT REALLY A BIRTHDAY TRAVEL — AFTER ALL.

August has always been good to me, a month late birthday treat is not too bad either. Until, ofcourse, you start planning just a month before the trip. I admit, I was never the plan-by-the-minute traveller. So technically, the Palawan trip was my birthday travel treat for myself from the year younger me. I booked the trip a year before its actualization, and it nearly was not realized. Continue reading PALAWAN | On Impulse, With Confidence, and Some Chickening Out’s