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Island fun in Guimaras

My good friend Jem Mamayson and her travel buddies recently went to Iloilo to journey to Guimaras Island, home of beautiful beaches and the sweetest mangoes in the world. 1,099 more words


Birthday Trip to Bohol

It’s March! And my Birthday month! *woohoo!*

And I’m glad I’ve found this little paradise!

I’ve been to Bohol quite a lot of times (plus this is my mom’s hometown).  509 more words


Dating Dolphins and Being Marooned

March 14, 2015.

TIME: 0330 — Woke up by my alarm clock. Took a shower, brushed my teeth and packed my pink backpack. Wanted to keep it light because I didn’t want to carry too much as I was traveling solo. 1,140 more words


What I saw and ate in Dumaguete.

I absolutely loved walking the streets of Dumaguete City. Other than it was clean and almost void of any air pollution, it was easy to navigate. 1,173 more words


Malumpati, Pandan, Antique

When my friend Lonibelle invited me earlier this month to join her in a camping trip in Antique, I immediately said yes since I was free during the March 21-22 weekend and I’ve been wanting to go to Antique for quite a while now.  1,298 more words



Manila to Tacloban Road Trip Experience
Using Proton Sedan

Day 1 – March 5, 2015

We left home in Moonwalk, Parañaque at 4am and passed through SLEX, Tanauan City, San Pablo City, Tiaong, Lucena City, Atimonan and had our breakfast at Jollibee, Gumaca at 7:30 am. 688 more words



Dumaguete, inspired by the Visayan word for snatch (dagit), has been gaining popularity in the Philippine tourism scene recently. Many visitors fondly use the hashtag #dumaguetiton (a play on the phrase “get it on”) when uploading their photos, which is actually quite fitting for the place since there are a lot of experiences to snatch or get on. 969 more words