When circumstances prompted me to spend time in Europe, I was more scared than excited. To many, it would have been the opposite. Who doesn’t want to see Europe? I was given the opportunity to travel and work remotely at the same time. This meant I could wake up in any city, see the sights and invade any public library to do work.
Summer is past and the rainy season is upon us, but to lovers of travel (namely, everybody), this shouldn’t be any reason to hold back on plans to experience new places and cultures. And while traveling is not always easy, don’t let the usually mind-numbing planning and preparation stage take you away from the utter exhilaration, relaxation, and learning that travel gives.
I can’t stop thinking about Lanuza. A few days has passed, but my thoughts wander back to the time spent there; the night staring at the stars, the hours in between talking nonsense, the coastline views with not a person in sight, and of course, the surfing.
Whenever I travel, I always make sure to take hundreds of photos. Part of the fun is capturing all those moments that would otherwise not happen when staying home. Travelling to a new place is like an extended photowalk where the possibilities are truly endless. The photo that highlights the whole trip might just be around the corner.
Hello and welcome to Cebu!
We’ve noticed that the past couple of years have brought an influx of visitors from Manila to our dear beloved island Cebu. Here is a cheat sheet on how to make your Sugbu stay even better.
On my birthday last year, I felt the need to get away from Cebu even for just a few days. Don’t get me wrong – nothing beats fun conversations over dinner with family and friends but everyone needs a breather sometimes. I decided to go to South Korea because aside from the getting-away-part, I already knew friends there plus it’s autumn!
December to January always seems like a crazy time of year in Cebu. There are all the parties and dinners leading up to Christmas, then a short lull before the New Year’s Celebration, followed by a frenzied preparation for the biggest festival in the country, Sinulog.
This is it! The last of the three-part series about Ilocos. We started off in Vigan, a UNESCO heritage site. It recently became one of the New7Wonders. Then, we explored Laoag, the capital of Ilocos Norte with amazing sights. On our last day, we drove up north, way up...
A continuation of the Ilocos Guide series, this post is all about Laoag, the capital of Ilocos Norte and the seat of the Marcos’ clan. Despite being a sleepy city, the surrounding sights are pretty jaw- dropping. For tips on how to get here, read Part 1 of Loco in...