Dive Report: Back to Moalboal

Monday, January 4, 2016
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There’s something about Moalboal that beckons my senses, the sardine run, I guess. I haven’t seen other dive site in the Philippines that matches the rare phenomenon. Drifting underneath the millions of sardines that cloud the blue water above is such a defining experience. Its…

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Best Time to Travel in the Philippines

Saturday, January 2, 2016
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That is the big question! But understand that the Philippines is an archipelagic country with different climatic types due to differences in geography and distances between the islands, so it is possible that it is raining hard in Manila and yet it is sunny and blue sky in Boracay. So forget about the weather! After all, there are other reasons why one place is best visited on specific month.

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The Philippines’ 10 Best Dives

Monday, June 29, 2015
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The Philippines, being an archipelagic country surrounded by various bodies of water, is home to a diverse and vivid underwater word. In fact, our entire country lies in Coral Triangle, the global center of marine biodiversity. With the Philippines on its core, we are on the center of world’s marine biodiversity.

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Ten Awesome Places in the Philippines to View the Sunrise

Thursday, March 5, 2015
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Every sunrise is beautifully different but they all convey the same message. A promise of a brand new day… of renewed hope and optimism. Here in the Philippines, we are privileged to have 7,107 awe-inspiring view of the rising sun, spread from island to island, from lowland to highland.

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Visit Philippines 2015: The Philippines’ Top Destinations

Thursday, February 5, 2015
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Seven thousand and more islands, spread over a vast water of teeming marine life, built carefully by an artist’s hands, blessed with nature’s best, unparalleled and beyond compare!

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Snapshot: Bantayan After Haiyan

Thursday, November 27, 2014
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Sta. Fe, Bantayan Island Cebu While biking in Bantayan Island, I saw these kids. They were obliviously playing, laughing and teasing each other while pushing their old tires with their wooden sticks. I followed them. I followed them as they race on the idle street of…

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