I've always known from the very start that I'll grow up pretty more of a nomad than normal. (Normal - I mean being somebody contented of getting a degree and a stable job, and that's it! :D) I spent countless of hours on my childhood trying to imagine places described in my school books and eventually… Continue reading Underground River, Palawan: A ‘travel come true’ for my love
Spending a day in the so-called 'The City of Love' made me tell that Iloilo City is one of those few destinations in the Philippines that can be called a second home to its visitors. Despite the complexity of their language and the variety of their traditions, Iloilo City is a very accommodating place, may… Continue reading Daylight glimpse of Iloilo City
A trip to Negros Occidental will never be complete without a glimpse of the famous "The Ruins" mansion in the City of Talisay. After our very satisfying Campuestuhan trip, and despite the scorching heat of the sun, my partner and I decided to transport ourselves within the green and plain sugar plantations of the province… Continue reading The Ruins in Talisay City, Negros Occidental
Seated atop 800 meters above sea level, Campuestuhan Highland Resort has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in Negros Occidental. Because of the unusual and unique attractions Campuestuhan offers to its visitors, the place is mostly flocked by locals and tourists alike especially on weekends, holidays and summer months. Campuestuhan Highland Resort is… Continue reading Getting childish at Campuestuhan Highland Resort 😄
My one day trip to Dumaguete City didn't went like 'Hello Dumaguete' and 'Goodbye Dumaguete' mood. Yes, the hardest thing to beat on this day was time, but that did not hinder me and my gang to explore one more well-hidden gem on this part of the country. How 'well-hidden' this gem is? Stay with me… Continue reading Majestified by you, Casaroro!
This trip was, by far the most unplanned and unexpected getaway my friends and I had. We were so bored and stressed while attending our HRM class prior that day, and so we agreed to embark on another destressing activity. After plotting down our varied concerns, we all decided to find ourselves in DUMAGUETE, no less.… Continue reading 6 Simple but Big Reasons to Fall in love with Dumaguete: In a matter of 9 hours
Nicknamed as the "Island Born of Fire", little Camiguin is the second smallest island in the Philippines in terms of area and population. Within this small area lies seven volcanoes, with Mt. Hibok-hibok and Mt. Vulcan as the most popular, and the five towns of Mambajao, Catarman, Mahinog, Sagay and Guinsiliban. Not only a home… Continue reading Camiguin Travel Guide