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Coron, Palawan: Ultra Blue Waters

Coron, Palawan: Ultra Blue Waters

Astonishing seascapes, rock formations, lagoons, powder white beaches, jungles, diverse marine, and wildlife may it be under the sea or in its forest. It is a dream destination for all of us. There’s so much to do and I know that this article won’t be […]

El Nido,Palawan: Ageless Towering Limestones to Sugary Beaches

El Nido,Palawan: Ageless Towering Limestones to Sugary Beaches

El Nido by its true nature is an eclectic town from its people, commerce, and archipelagos. Make sure to do your research ask other tourist and guides. Wrapping it as schizophrenic travel spot and to those who are fickle and who’d like to have options.

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: A City Inside a Forest

Puerto Princesa, Palawan: A City Inside a Forest

Puerto Princesa- We’ll show you Where to Go, What to Do and What to Eat.

Las Casas De Acuzar Bataan: Sartorial Homecoming

Las Casas De Acuzar Bataan: Sartorial Homecoming

Step back to the 18th-century old Filipiniana setting and experience Las Casas de Acuzar. Your complete experience and travel guide (w/ costing).

Siargao Island: Never Wanting to Return to the City

Siargao Island: Never Wanting to Return to the City

I want more of Siargao, I want to settle there and get a dog.

Bantayan Island: Resiliently Beautiful

Bantayan Island: Resiliently Beautiful

Complete travel and experience guide for Bantayan Island, Cebu.

Palawan Series: Puerto Prinsesa, El Nido or Coron?

Palawan Series: Puerto Prinsesa, El Nido or Coron?

Ranking Palawan from beautiful, more beautiful and most beautiful.

Calaguas Island: Dazed and Sunsets (Travel Guide 2017)

Calaguas Island: Dazed and Sunsets (Travel Guide 2017)

Long Daze Stare on its Blue Waters and Sepia Sunsets

Sleepy Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte: A Retreater’s Guide

Sleepy Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte: A Retreater’s Guide

There was no possibility of us leaving Blue Lagoon and Saud, because it calls us to stay along its shores. 

Bohol Island: I Have Fallen In Love Twice

Bohol Island: I Have Fallen In Love Twice

More than just Tarsiers and Chocolate Hills