Pan-ay or Panay is a small town in Capiz and you probably have never heard of it. Or you might have encountered it while trying to find the best sights in the province of Capiz. Like in my case, I accidentally learned about it from reading blogs on what Capiz can offer to tourists. My … More Panay, Capiz: Home of the Asia’s biggest Catholic Church Bell
Kalanggaman is an island off the coast of Palompon, Leyte in the Visayas region of the Philippines. It is one of the wonderful sandbars on this side of the planet. From Manila, one needs to fly to Tacloban Airport, take a van to Palompon and ride an outrigger boat to the island.
The island of Boracay will always be one of the good beaches, if not the best. Everything can be equated with it. White sand. Powdery sand. Crystal clear water. Blue waters. Relaxing trip. Memorable nights. And even love. With its popularity around the world, summer is incredibly fun-filled in the island, with people coming from … More 10 Photos: Boracay
I travelled three times across the country for the month of August and I have almost memorised the content of La Isla, the on-board magazine of the Philippine Airlines. Reference: Ocampo, G. 2014. “City Break: Experience a Slow-Paced Lifestyle in Iloilo.” In La Isla: Within Our Islands. T.G. Tan (ed.), August 2014, pp. 38-43. Breakthrough … More Iloilo (from La Isla Magazine, August 2014)
Siquijor is a small island in the Central Visayas region of the Philippines. You can reach it via Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental. The island is popular because of its strong connection to beliefs related to mysticism, rituals and fictional strange creatures. 1. Enjoy the ride of your life. The island is small that you can … More 7 Awesome Things To Do in Siquijor
It was all like the Big Bang Theory. No plans. No notes. No whatsoever. It was like exclaiming “Yeah, I wanna be in Siquijor when I turn thirty…” with the biggest grin you could ever imagine. This is probably the most random travel I have ever done. So, one Saturday morning with a bag filled … More A Serene Birthday Celebration in Siquijor
We left Manila for Iloilo early in the morning. I was really excited for the Masskara Festival of Bacolod that I did some itinerary dry-runs while at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport waiting for the announcement to board the plane. We arrived in Iloilo five minutes late from the scheduled time. But it did not … More Masskara 2011: The Festival of Smiles