You read it right, there’s a pink beach and it’s near you. Well, technically a half day joyride. But I guarantee you, this destination will be your next escape. Calaguas group of islands is undoubtedly the most famous destination in Camarines Norte. It will surely captivate your itchy, beachy hearts. The downside here is that
Couchsurfing, popular site for travelers and backpackers, paved the way for me to meet new friends from all over the world, be exposed to different cultures and changed the way I live my life. I was doing my rounds in that site, casually helping (and promoting my blog) to travelers going to the Philippines. Then
When one hit rock bottom, feel that pain, make it your drive to rise up and be whole again. I found myself in that state again. I said to myself…I do need you, El Nido. Travel. Make new friends. Enjoy. The Planning Thanks to social media, it has now been really easy to spot on cheap
I have created a short video on my trip last year to one of the most pristine beaches in the country, in the world rather. What’s Laboracay though? It is a summer beach party there in Boracay during the Labor Day weekend. Hence, the coined term Laboracay is born, Labor x Boracay, you don’t say?! Escape
Let loose and let go of your inhibitions. Lose yourself in the process- for this is when you get a grip of what’s important in your life then you hold on to it. Tie it up, tight..Where else? In Tie-land. K. October 24, 2015 (Manila – Bangkok) It has been 2 years since I got
“One hell of a ride yet heaven when we arrived!” I have used that line back when we went to Dicasalarin Cove; but I think, the trip to Calaguas toppled it all in every aspect. Why is that? Let’s go back to where my quick escape started… But wait, check out first our happy faces
This is my take on the Palawan dilemma our country is currently facing. Yes, I know this is serious and should be featured on the nightly news. Yesterday, I underwent odontectomy where my wisdom tooth #48 (lower right molar) was surgically removed. Now, I have pretty much ample time to dwell on some serious matters.
Yeah! You read it right! I spent less than 7 thousand pesos (< $150) for my 4 days/ 3 nights stay in Boracay. Well if not for my katangahan and alcohol addiction (that’s overstatement; an exaggeration for this literary piece), anyway, I would have spent way less. Boracay in all its glory can shut you