I do not know much of Lanao Del Norte if I were to be honest even when I live a few minutes away from it all my life. My encounter with this province was always just looking at the moving scenery when I would pass by during travel. Beyond that, I do not know much of this underrated province close to home. Hence, why here’s the top reasons why you should visit Lanao Del Norte on your next travel to Mindanao.
It has been a forgotten-number of years from the first time I stepped on its sandy beaches, swam in the waters of the Sunken Cemetery, laid quadrants on its land areas, strategically placed mist nest to catch fruit bats and some innovative ways to catch insects and some sorts, and dry pressed some leaves and other plant parts from Camiguin. Yes. Camiguin Island used to be my playground — the open laboratory of experience and learning long before I became a travel […]
Pansol at Calamba, Laguna is a known getaway destination for Metro Manila residents for a quick escape from the chaotic streets, and fast-paced routines of the Metro. Be it for family gatherings, barkada getaways, or office/team outings, Pansol has always been the go-to for the numerous private hot spring resorts. I got a message from a travel blogger friend who I meet on the road few years back inviting Josiah and I to join a group of travel bloggers for […]
Nobu Hotel Manila is one of the hotels at The City of Dreams Manila, an entertainment complex at Parañaque City, Metro Manila. I got to stay at this Japanese boutique hotel for two nights for the annual Blogapalooza event.
Surprisingly October has been my busiest so far! And what a way to spend the last weekend of the month – with Iligan Bloggers Society and the #Blogafam! Packed my bags again for the Blogapalooza ConnecteD – one of the biggest gathering of different types of content creators and leading brands in the country. I caught up with my hometown blogging community, Iligan Bloggers Society and got to stay at Nobu Hotel at the The City Of Dreams Manila where the […]
The City of Dreams Manila at Aseana Avenue and Roxas Boulevard in Parañaque is a 6.2-hectare luxury integrated resort and casino complex. It was not my first time to visit the entertainment complex at Parañaque City but it has always impressed my every time. The clean and sleek design is always aesthetically pleasing.
The Xiaomi V2 Fitness Band performance review is a new one for me. I am not always into fitness, and I was never the athletic type when I was a kid. My school “sports” were always the indoor ones that includes intense mental activity. It surprising for me when I did for tried out running when the fad of fun runs where at its high, who wasn’t at the time, right? User Performance Review on Xiaomi V2 Fitness Band Anyways, […]
Las Casas Filipinas De Acuzar at Bagac, Batan has always been on top of our travel destination list. Our last month before Josiah and I can officially say that we’ve been married for a year has been busy months for us. We decided to try out a travel destination in the Philippines we have yet to visit and the best that we could do was weekend getaways near Metro Manila when schedule allows it.
Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar is a unique Philippine-Spanish heritage resort. It composes of old Spanish houses that were built between the 17th and 19th centuries. What makes Las Filipinas de Acuzar unique is that the houses were collected from old Filipino families from various towns in the country, and were carefully dismantled, transported, and reassembled in Bagac, Bataan to add to the collection of the resort. On the weekend we went to Bataan, Josiah and I decided to see […]
Moving to Metro Manila has been a challenge for the small-city girl like me. Everything is fast-paced with everyone busy with their lives and its hard to keep up when you’re stressed, and in a dire need of a break. Since relocating to Metro Manila, I have been itching every now and then to check out the travel and tourist destinations along with my husband during the weekends. It’s my little window of sanity away from work, and the stresses […]
Mobile phones however convenient these are, are one of the necessary evil we all carry around. It keeps us connected to people but disconnects us with the present, it buys us time to get things done but takes away time when we get caught up in it, and it does us good when we learn new things with it but also stagnates and narrows our thinking when we are not being careful. Being engrossed online, we forget to live in […]
Right across the street from the Marikina Shoe Museum is the old Marikina Church called Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish. It stood massively with the cars, trikes, cabs rushes by in the small streets surrounding it. We decided to check it out and see its architectural uniqueness and appreciate it alongside the its history.
I am not a fan of Metro Manila, or any large cities for that matter but what I do like about it is the numerous museums you can find, and get lost at. The museum geek in me have always wanted to visit the Marikina Shoe Museum but getting around Metro Manila is a challenge itself for me. Around nine months after Josiah & I got married and relocated to Metro Manila we finally got the chance to go around […]
UPDATED | Batanes is one of the top travel destinations in the Philippines and one of the recommended travel spots in the country. Its geographic location makes it a frequent typhoon path and is also the reason why it is known for its howling and strong winds. But however many typhoons that passes by this part of the Philippines, Batanes is still on top of eveyone’s travel destinations. I’ve been meaning to visit Batanes for a couple of years but never […]
What’s truly attractive about Batanes is that despite being one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines, it remains largely unspoiled by progress. This is mainly due to the small archipelago being designated as a Protected Landscape and Seascape by the Filipino government in an effort to preserve its rare natural offerings. Apart from its indigenous plants, this also includes Batanes’ extremely diverse marine life, undulating terrain, limestone cliffs, and well-preserved rolling hills.
UPDATED | Batanes is a group of islands geographically located at the northern tip of the Philippines. It is one of the top travel destinations in Northern Luzon, and an elusive dream destinations to some. Batan Island is the main provincial island of the Province of Batanes. It is the commercial and business center of the province and has the largest population compared to the other islands of Batanes. If you’re planning to visit Batanes, Batan Island already has a […]
UPDATED | One of the top travel destinations in the Philippines is this Pacific-facing island called Siargao. Siargao Island is known by backpackers and tourists alike. It is also known for its fine white sand beaches that stretches out till the eye can see, and its massive waves perfect for surfing. Here is a simple yet help Siargao Island travel guide to help you plan out your trip!
Have you been planning to spend a holiday in Iceland? If yes, then we are sure that this blog post will be extremely beneficial to you with the best of the insight information to make your Iceland vacation trip exciting and super amazing. More often than not, when we visit some a country for the first time, the very first thing we do is to know about the major attractions and best things to do in that place. So, before […]
Hello, summer. After a year of working hard, being cold, and generally feeling a little bit miserable, your reward has finally arrived. You’re about to embark on that dream vacation: whether it’s backpacking around Southeast Asia, boating around the Greek islands or boozing in Berlin.
UPDATED | The best of my childhood memories were the summer vacation trips we had to the house that faces the sea where my mom grew up in. Mind you, we did not grow up travelling from one city or country to another. Our big family of nine made for a humble lifestyle. With our simple, and financially challenge family life, I did not know I was cut for the road and for adventures but fate has a funny way at […]