Showing posts from November, 2014

Published: Chasing Waterfalls

When I first created this blog a few years ago, I dreamt that one day some of my adventures would be published in some travel or lifestyle magazine.  VIEW Travel and Lifestyle Magazine - Vol 6 No. 11 That dream was fulfilled when VIEW Travel and Lifestyle Magazine published my article Chasing Waterfalls in their November 2014 issue. It's an unexplainable feeling getting published for the first time. Chasing Waterfalls Chasing Waterfalls is about my Iligan City experience. It features some of the famous waterfalls of the city and also shares some of my experiences in the City of Majestic Waterfalls. You would also find out about the other natural and man-made attractions that the city has to offer. Chasing Waterfalls is my first published article in my blogging career.  PHOTOS of the actual article was added in June 2020.

Bato Springs - Laguna

Located on the outskirts of San Pablo City in the province of Laguna, Bato Springs is the perfect getaway near Manila on a hot summer day.  Bato Springs Bato Springs Details Prior to my visit, I have only seen the sign of Bato Springs Resort every time we head to southern Luzon. I have never thought of googling it or asking about it because it always slips my mind. (promise)  If not for my cousin's birthday, I would have missed the chance of visiting it FOREVER. (Ok, that's overacting on my part.)  Welcome to Bato Springs Join the herd... ...or swim in small groups. Bato Springs is quite a popular tourist destination for locals in San Pablo City, Laguna. However, just to share, when we visited last 2014 we used Google Maps and were surprised to discover that we were sent to the wrong location in the middle of the bustling city. Make sure you bring your friends or family members The more the merrier Thanks to the locals we managed to reach the resort afte

Best Tour Guide in Camiguin

Camiguin is the second smallest province in the Philippines next to Batanes. The best part about visiting Camiguin is that it could actually be toured in one whole day. However, most of its tourist destinations are tucked in its interior. Unless you're using GPS it would fairly be a challenge visiting those sites. So if you're planning to visit Camiguin and you want to have a hassle-free tour then I suggest you acquire the services of Kuya Chris "Criz" Jabay .  The infamous multicab Kuya Criz operates a multicab that brings tourists to most if not all of Camiguin's beautiful tourist spots. Kuya Criz is a soft-spoken man but he is filled with sincere friendliness that would make you feel safe. He is also open to suggestions or consultations regarding your itinerary. What I liked most when we hired his services was the VIP treatment that we felt when he boarded the fast craft that we're riding holding a placard with our name written on it.   You

List of Festivals in the Philippines: November

Do you want to witness and be part of the exciting and colorful cultural activities in the Philippines in this month of November ?  Please check out the list of popular fiestas or festivals happening this November . Gaginaway Festival Location:  Malita, Province of Davao del Sur Details:  The festival is celebrated every 12th of November. Its highlight is the cultural presentations of the Tagacaolo tribe and other tribes of the province. This festival is a way to revisit and renew the old cultural practice of the indigenous people of the province. The word gaginaway means being together. Pawikan Festival Location:  Morong, Province of Bataan Details:  The festival is celebrated every 29th to 30th of November. Its highlight is the street dancing where participants wear sea turtle-inspired costumes. This festival is a way for the locals to intensify the awareness of the younger generation about the vulnerability of the pawikan population. It also aims to promote the protect

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