Travel Guide: Mt. Pinatubo (via Tarlac)

June 15, 1991, has become a part of our history when Mt. Pinatubo erupted. It is the second-largest eruption of the 20th century. This caused extensive destruction to the surrounding towns and was even felt on neighboring countries. The volcano released millions of tons of magma and sulfur dioxide. During the eruption, the arrival of typhoon Yunya made the surrounding severely damage bringing lethally mixed of ash and rain. This…

Travel Guide: 2D/1N Sagada Itinerary and Expenses

Sagada has been popular to tourists after featuring in the movie “That Thing Called Tadhana”. But let’s admit that the word of mouth from the tourists plays a big part on its popularity. Anyway, here’s our actual itinerary and expenses to help you plan your Sagada Adventure. 2 Days/1 Night Itinerary Day 0 (December 21, 2017) 2020H  – Departure from Cubao to Sagada We booked our tickets 2 weeks prior…

Travel Guide: Our Ultimate Sagada Adventure

The Philippines has been known for its beautiful islands and world-class beaches. But aside from those God-given beauties, we are also rich in green mountains, refreshing waterfalls, authentic food, and traditions. If you want to have a relaxing break but don’t want to go to the beach, then you should visit the Northern part of the Philippines. I’m not so much into mountains but is good to be on top…

Fantasy World: Exploring the Philippines’ Abandoned Theme Park

Did you know that the Philippines has a supposed theme park quite similar to Disneyland? Nestled on top of the hill in Lemery Batangas, you’ll find an abandoned theme park. Have you pictured a place with colorful towering castles, a thrilling rides, a hanging bridge connecting two huge trees, and a relaxing ambiance? It could have been this place. How to get there: It is advisable to bring your own…

Philippines’ Enchanting Cemeteries

Cemeteries are usually off on our bucket list. Some of us went to cemetery just to visit our loved ones who passed away or to send them to their resting place. Truth be told, it can be scary to visit the place alone or with just a few people. But contrary to the creepy thoughts, some cemeteries are fascinating and worth braving. Here are some of those: 1. Nagcarlan Underground…

Windward House: Tali Beach, Batangas

Batangas is a to-go-place if you want to breathe and stay away from the busy streets of Metro Manila. The province has so many beautiful beaches, from budget-friendly resort to luxury ones. I also went to Batangas for a quick escape and relaxation from work and city life. Since I’m always on a budget, I usually went there either on a day tour or an overnight camping. This time, our…

Gingerbread House: A Sweet Escape in Alfonso, Cavite

Have you heard the story of Hansen and Gretel? They are the siblings abandoned by their father and stepmother in the woods. They lost their way and saw a gingerbread house built by a witch, luring them using sweet foods. We’ve found a café in Alfonso Cavite which has a fairytale setting. The Gingerbread House’s (GBH) concept tells the story of the siblings, Hansel and Gretel, after they’ve lost in…

How to Explore La Union in 28-hours

For over a past year, La Union has been known as the surfing capital of the North due to its consistent waves. The province is bordered by Cordillera Mountain Range to the East and the South China Sea to the west. While surfing is still the main reason to visit La Union, non-surfers should not be discouraged. This renowned city has other attractions and activities to offer. Our trip to…

Adventure at Tangadan Falls, San Gabriel La Union

The province of La Union is known as “Surfing Capital of the North”. But did you know that aside from its mighty waves, La Union has a lot more to offer? When I visited La Union for the first time, I did a researched on how to maximized my short stay in the province. I learned about the waterfalls situated in the town of San Gabriel. Tangadan falls is one…