After four years, I managed to visit one of the most beautiful islands in the world — Palawan, again! Carl & I finally landed on the island after too much delay at Mactan Cebu International Airport. Philippine Airlines was, as usual, late and sent us an email about the delay a couple of hours before … More PHILIPPINES: Iwahig River Firefly Watching in Palawan – immersion in nature
If you are planning a trip to Bohol, you’d probably stay on Panglao Island. It is located southwest of Bohol, and is connected to the main island by bridges. Panglao is mainly made of Maribojoc limestone, so vegetation and putting up of infrastructures like airports are tricky. Coralline limestones are soluble and causes the formation … More PHILIPPINES: Our memorable one-week stay in Bohol (Itineraries and Reviews) ❤ – Day 6
Bohol Island is not just all about the Countryside Tour. A fantastic island hopping experience is also available for water-loving guests. Starting from the Alona Beach, the boat will scour the seas for playful dolphins, and then head towards the Balicasag Island Marine Sanctuary, where snorkeling is possible. Before returning to Alona Beach, there’s a … More PHILIPPINES: Our memorable one-week stay in Bohol (Itineraries and Reviews) ❤ – Day 4
If you missed Day 1: Puerto Princesa, Palawan, PHILIPPINES (Day 1) If you missed Day 2: Puerto Princesa, Palawan, PHILIPPINES (Day 2) Day 3. Last day. Yet, Puerto Princesa continues to amaze and impress its visitors! This day’s itinerary: Island-hopping in Honda Bay, snorkeling at Pambato Reef, fish-feeding at Luli Island, lunch and swimming at Cowrie … More Sem-break is more fun in Palawan! (Part 3)
Woot! It’s a beautiful Sunday morning, literally. Boxing fans might be a little gloomy that Pacman lost. Well, all I can say is that although Mayweather had won the fight, Pacman is still in the hearts of more people. And that is more important! The sun is out and the birds are chirping. But before … More La Mesa Watershed and EcoPark in QC
A nice lake in the city of Sta. Rosa in Laguna Province is becoming quite a popular spot for local and foreign tourists. This multi-functional lake is actually a 4.5-hectare reservoir which is part of Nuvali’s water conservation, recycling and sustainability effort. In summer of 2012, my family and I dropped by the lake on … More I want ‘Nuvali, Nuvali’ but YOU!