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mount naupa

climbing the peak of mount naupa wasn’t easy. i didn’t expect it to be an easy climb but i didn’t know it was going to be that difficult. 664 more words


DIY Dumaguete-Siquijor Trip and Itinerary (5D/4N)

Going to Dumaguete and Siquijor didn’t appeal to me before because first, I don’t know anybody there, and second, I haven’t heard anything touristy about it – until I realized how wrong I was. 2,876 more words


Chasing Waterfalls in Negros

Negros is the fourth largest island in the Philippines, home of the MassKara Festival and Kanlaon Volcano. Different types of waterfalls are also in the island and have been the source of electricity for the people of Negros. 41 more words


Cebu City

Queen City of the South

Cebu City is a significant cultural centre in the Philippines. The city’s most famous landmark is Magellan’s Cross. This cross, now housed in a chapel, is reputed to have been planted by Ferdinand Magellan (Fernão Magalhães) when he arrived in the Philippines in 1521. 920 more words


CEBU. Capitol of the Visayas & the Philippines second city.


March 10-13, 2017

Sitting in the airport in Kuching while waiting for our flight to Singapore, I decided to check our hostel reservation in Cebu. 526 more words


Tacloban City

After exploring the island of Kalanggaman, our group went back to Tacloban City. We didn’t really plan to explore the town but since we’re already there, we took the opportunity to visit the famous and longest bridge in the country, San Juanico Bridge. 145 more words


Why Bohol Should Be Your Next Weekend Getaway

Though Bohol suffered heavy damages after a strong earthquake in 2013, with many beautiful old churches reduced to million pieces, it did not close its doors to visitors. 1,017 more words