The title of this article does not aim to confuse the readers. It's still part of this blog's Baler Series because I have an affair with Baler since 2012. Every year I make sure to go back there because of a lot of things. Surfing was the first reason and then they just piled up like… Continue reading Baler Series: Dina-dayong Dinadiawan (White Sand Beach Near Baler)
A lot of people ask me which one is better, Coron or El Nido. I humbly answer that I haven't been to El Nido to give an educated response. For Mary's birthday this year, we have already booked a trip to Guam, purchased our insurance and reserved our hotel. Until, the threats between two super… Continue reading Here We Go, El Nido! A 4D3N Guide To Heaven In Palawan
“By 2020, 320 million international trips are expected to be made by youth travelers each year, a staggering 47% increase from 217 million in 2013,” David Chapman, director general for World Youth Student and Educational (WYSE) Travel Confederation said in his report (source: Forbes.com). These days, we have tons of travel groups that we can join for free… Continue reading DIY or Packaged Tour: Deciding Factors For Different Travelers
Bolinao has of late rivaled Alaminos (both are towns of Pangasinan in Northern Luzon), in becoming one of the must-go-to destinations in the province. While Alaminos has the Hundred Islands, Bolinao has Patar beach, falls, caves and the destroyed Bolinao lighthouse. Bolinao faces the Lingayen Gulf and is located on the northernmost tip of Pangasinan,… Continue reading Wow, Bolinao! Patar Beach, Cape Bolinao, Enchanted Cave and Suman sa Kawayan
Chateau Beatrice Bed and Breakfast There is a myriad of bed and breakfast, hotels, inns and backpacker resorts in Tagaytay. What makes Chateau Beatrice stand out is first and foremost, the customer feedback they have on Tripadvisor. One Saturday afternoon, the 4 of us were food-crawling in Maginhawa strEAT, and the thought of spending a… Continue reading Chateau Beatrice and Pamana in Tagaytay: Bed, Breakfast and Lunch!