Provinces to Visit for Under 2,000 Pesos

April 5, 2017 Travel Stories|Backpacking 8

If there’s one of the many things that makes me happy is traveling. I always take a time to unwind and travel around the Philippines to appreciate more of my home country and to see its 7,000++ beautiful places here. The Philippines is made up of 3 major island – Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, with… Read more

Traveling to Makassar: Places and History

September 14, 2016 Travel Stories|Backpacking 3

Makassar is the capital of the province Sulawesi (south), Indonesia. Also known as Ujung Pandang. First on our itinerary of my 12-day Indonesia tour is Makassar – a full plate of a fun-filled trip is expecting us. From waterfall to an islet visit and even a taste of Indonesia history is what I am excited for.… Read more

Trip of Wonders – Kawah Ijen

August 10, 2016 Travel Stories|Backpacking 12

It’s been 14 years since I last visit Indonesia and I was still in college back then when I first see the beauty of Indonesia. We were supposed to visit Jakarta back in 2002 however, for some circumstances, some part of it was bombed and we ended up visiting Batam – this place is few… Read more

Amazing Tangadan Falls

July 5, 2016 Travel Stories|Backpacking 5

Last week, my blogger friends and I went to  La Union for a 1-day tour and our 2nd stop and the highlight of our tour is the Tangadan Falls in San Gabriel La Union. It is almost a 5-hour drive from Manila and an hour away from Baguio City. Goin to Tangadan Falls is a… Read more

It’s Jail Time in Iwahig Prison and Penal Farm

July 3, 2016 Travel Stories|Backpacking 3

This is one of the unusual parts of our Palawan tour to go to a prison and penal farm. Yes! my group of Manila-based bloggers is going to visit a prison where criminals are sentenced to serve time and at the same time became a labor on a farm in Puerto Princes, Palawan.   I… Read more

Palawan’s Best: Underground River

July 2, 2016 Travel Stories|Backpacking 2

A trip to Palawan will never be complete if you will not visit the famous UNESCO site and one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature – The Underground River. It is an eight (8) kilometer long river but only half of it can be navigated by boat. 1 boat can accommodate 10 persons and 1… Read more

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