You cannot say that you have really been in Manila, the capital of the Philippines, if you have not been to Intramuros.
According to historical records, the walled city of Manila or Intramuros was built strategically between Manila Bay and south of Pasig River, and covers a grid that stretches to a
Sagada is not just famous for its cool climate, tall mountains, and amazing scenery. It is also home to caves that were discovered underneath the town. One of these underground chambers is called "The Big Cave" which is aptly named as it has the biggest chamber among the 60 discovered underground c
In the Philippines, and just a few hours away from Metro Manila, you'll find Villa Jovita - the Bali of Batangas. If you've been to Bali, Indonesia, then you must have heard or maybe even rode the famous giant swing or Bali Swing, or you may have sat on one of the nests that are perched high on a t
I had to sleep in the afternoon on a Saturday so I can wake up late at night for the early morning trip to Death Pool in Pangasinan. When the alarm rang at 11 pm, I managed to get up, prepare my things, had a quick midnight meal, took a shower, and after an hour I was already on the cab going to whe
Where is Lake Danum? This beautiful lake is located along the western part of Sagada and is near the town of Besao. The lake is also the jump off point for the long trek to the summit of Mt. Ampacao.
If you're the type who likes to hike, do long walks or maybe run, then some 4 kilometers away from
Have you ever wanted to try to hike but never really had the chance to go to one for fear that it'll be too difficult for you? Then you may want to start your hiking adventure with a trek to Mt. Gola and Mt. Manalmon.
Both mountains are located in Sitio Madlum in San Miguel, Bulacan, and is just a f
I am a huge coffee fan, and usually I get my cup from Starbucks or CBTL in Eastwood. Lately though I'd order my cappuccino from Tim Hortons, but I digress. Today's review is about the 'Most Instagram-worthy Coffee Shop' and its branch along E. Rodriguez Jr. avenue in Libis, Quezon City.
A week after the Masungi Georeserve adventure in Rizal, I joined my first day hike. I was asked by Jan-J, the hike organizer, if I would like to join their group, and without thinking, I just said 'Yes'. My office mate who was also joining the hike said to prepare for it, and to bring enough water,
When was the last time you have visited a museum? If I were asked this question, my response would have been a resounding NEVER. I usually think of museums as that old haunted building where you store the creepy stuff. And if you ask me to visit an Art Gallery, I would have ran away from you. I am
It was a little after 8am when we arrived in the City of Batangas. The city is almost a three hour drive from Quezon City. Once we were at the Grand Terminal, we had to ask around for where we can find a Jeepney ride to Anilao Port. It wasn't really difficult as there were many who offered to take o
It was the morning after our teambuilding event, so imagine me with not much sleep to go with, but for some reason, I said 'yes' to driving to the Province of Rizal to join my team for an adventure. We were to explore the beautiful Masungi Georeserve. In my mind, this was going to be just a walk in
In the Philippines, you'll definitely find lots of flower farms. And more often than not, these farms grow sunflowers. One of these gardens can be found in Tayug, a small town in the province of Pangasinan. The garden is aptly called the Sunflower Maze because of how the owner plotted the flowers to