Day 4 Pancakes and Beer
It was so tiring after 3 days that we woke up late. We still made it on time for pancakes! That was my first time to try Dutch pancakes and I must say it was good.
A big group went out and I got separated from the @travelfeed team. You may have seen me with them most of the t
Day 2 Conference
It wasn’t difficult waking up. There was a loud bird residing on the tree near our hotel. It was annoyingly loud but useful as an alarm clock! The day started fun riding a boat to the venue and found others at the boat station. It was quite far but we made it just on time.
The Travelfeed team and I are now in Chiang Mai to prepare for meet ups and have just had the time to finally contemplate on what just happened! I have just attended my first Steemfest and I could not wrap up my experience in words. It was educational and fun at the same time for someone like me sti
If you have been to Ifugao or other places in the Cordilleras, you may have seen signs that say “No Spitting of Moma”. Some visitors would have no idea what a moma is, and why in the world would you spit your mom?…errrr uhmm… to be clear, we’re talking about a different moma here.
Despite the signs
I am no mountaineer nor have any warm up prior my trip to Batad. My only preparation was a morning run around Banaue, a day hike to Tappiyah waterfalls and a solo walk to Batad village with four guide dogs. I was hesitant until the last minute because it rained the night before and in the early morn
I went to Tappiyah falls the day before with a local guide. Surprisingly, one of the dogs named Blackie from Ramon’s Homestay joined us. Despite 2 guides – a human and a dog, I was scared to death walking through the narrow pilapil (ricefield dikes). I did survive that and you can read through my po
Rambo, one of the dogs at Ramon's homestay in Batad, has been featured in the Philippines' Department of Tourism video for his exceptional tour guiding skill as a dog. The other dogs there like Blackie have followed his "pawsteps".
Blackie, I assume an aspin (asong Pinoy/local dog}, surprised me
Batad is a remote village in Banaue, Ifugao province in the Philippines. It is known for its UNESCO World Heritage rice terraces which were built by hand over 2000 years ago. There are other rice terraces in the Cordilleras but I chose to stay for a week in this area for a more traditional Ifugao ex
Pardon my husky voice in this video. I've been island partying since I got to El Nido then Port Barton so there, I lost my voice. In this video, I did a morning walk just around Port Barton's main island and town. It's on the touristy area where you will find accommodation and restaurants. The res
In my previous Port Barton video, we went snorkeling and checked out a few islands, even saw a turtle! In this video, I joined a different island hopping tour. This is classified as Tour B although some islands are different from the posted ones as the tour operators aren't that strict yet, they a
I’m still new in travel vlogging so this time I tried to do a voice over. In my previous video about El Nido, I only included a few captions but I felt that I wasn’t able to tell a story through that. Please let me know if this is better than a captioned vlog. I am also thinking whether it is more
This is what the day looks like when you join an El Nido Island Hopping (in Palawan, Philippines). We did the tour A which includes the following places:
7 Commando Beach
We arrived here at around 9:30 am and swam a bit here but waves were too strong and it was very windy.
The first time I went