Deciding where to go on a trip is certainly not a problem for a travel craver like me. With how the Philippines is blessed with so much beauty, be it in the mountains or the shorelines, picking a place to explore should be as easy as eating ice cream. But when your trip is about… Continue reading Pre-birthday trip in Zambales: Yay or Nay?
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
Bursting from a sumptuous lunch in one of the 'eat-all-you-can' resto in Mambajao, we again drove to the jumpoff point of our next destination. Where are we heading next?? Hmmm.. 😉😉 To no other than the very beautiful, very rare Mantigue Island! 🚣⛵ Mantigue is a small island that can be reached within 25-30 minutes… Continue reading Camiguin: Mantigue Island and Sto. Nino Cold Springs (Day 2)
Waken up by the morning sound of Uncle Pat's roosters feels like being back to my childhood years, where I don't have to worry about the traffic, the stress in work and the abnormalities of this world. LELS 😀 We hit the road earlier than yesterday to cover our remaining destinations for today. And our first stop… Continue reading Camiguin: White Island and Katibawasan Falls (Day 2)
Extending as a peninsula in the southwestern tip of Cebu Province, Moaboal town is considered by many as one of the 'must-dive' destinations in Asia. Since this small town is almost entirely surrounded by water, it has become one of the many tourist favorites in terms of recreational diving and beach bumming. Just about three to… Continue reading Moalboal Travel Guide
After having spent some 30 minutes in taking quick glances in Moalboal town proper (you can read my separate post here), we finally headed to our first listed destination - the White Beach or best known in town as 'Bas Dako'. We took a 10 minute-ride with Kuya Ronald's tricyle from the town center to Bas Dako… Continue reading Underwater Heaven in Pescador Island
The lead-off plan was to dip half of our Saturday in Kawasan Falls in Badian, then course over to Osmena Peak in Dalaguete for an overnight camping before finally heading back to the city on Sunday. Unfortunately, our work schedules won't allow us to pursue the plan, and so, we improvise. LOL 😆 After hours… Continue reading April Summering in Alcoy’s Tingko Beach