The scenic road from Tuguegarao to the province of Kalinga was already a treat before our of Lakbay Norte white water rafting activity in Chico River. We passed by the old Buntun Bridge which used …Continue reading
More than a month has passed since we ventured in the Northern Luzon for Lakbay Norte 3. With blogs already published and a lot more still on draft, I have come into realization that these …Continue reading
When the Philippine Department of Tourism launched their newest slogan “It’s More Fun in the Philippines”, it quickly spread in every social media platform on the internet. Though it received criticisms and dissents, majority embraced it with renewed hope and enthusiasm.
Tons of photos started pouring in the world wide web, some funny, some not so funny, but most are showcasing the beauty of our islands, our culture and our people. And who am I to resist the trend, so I joined the bandwagon and made up my own memes 🙂Continue reading
Every first day of November, Sagadians gather at the cemetery to remember their departed loved ones. But instead of lighting traditional candles, they use woods of old pine trees locally called “saeng“, a flammable wood …Continue reading
Seldom cities glow at night just as Laoag City does. The street lights, well-lit structures and beautifully illuminated halls draw a unique charm that will make you fall in love with the city’s unique character …Continue reading
We are already halfway on our Tubbataha Dive Logs series, but before we proceed, let us take a break to have a peek of how the place looks like above sea level with this photo …Continue reading