Hello guys! I am finally done with my Korea blogs! I know it took a while but haven’t you noticed that I’ve been posting more often? Hehe. I am super super proud of myself! 😛 But before I start my Japan blogs I want to share with you a few of my back logs. First – Kaparkan Falls in Abra, which my family and I went to last October 2017 and my next blog will be a three-part series all about Quezon/Masbate where my fam spent Christmas last year.
Click the read more button to see what I got up to here in Abra!
Finally sharing with you guys my family’s quick trip to Dumaguete! Again, a year later hihi. This trip was actually free care of Cebu Pacific because we got bumped off a few hours on our return flight from Cebu. We only stayed for a couple days but we had a great time! There’s so much to do here! Click the link below to read more about my adventure 🙂
Hellowww guys, just got a short and simple post today because other than the Underground River, we really didn’t do much in Puerto Princesa.
El Nido Tour A ➡ Hi Guys! 2017 is closing in on us in just a couple of days and I still have A LOT of back logs to upload and I’ll be sure to start some drafts since I’m currently on holiday from work.
I wrote about Tour C about a month ago which you can check out here. And now I’ll be sharing with you all another popular tour choice while in El Nido, Tour A.
Welcome to El Nido!!! One of the most beautiful places in the world, constantly on top of lists of the best islands/beaches and after visiting, I now know why. It’s freakinnnnng amazingggggggggggggggggggg.
Hello everyoneeee. It’s Saturday, it’s hot, the weather’s a bit gloomy, but I’m feeling creative. For today, I have a different style of writing than what you usually see in my other posts. Changing it up, experimenting with what I enjoy writing and what people enjoying reading. Let me know what you think!
In April 2017, my family and I went to Boracay, Philippines – it was during Holy Week so the place was jam-packed! We flew with Cebu Pacific and stayed for 3 days and 2 nights at La Carmela de Boracay. It was my first time visiting and I was excited but I knew that it was going to be crowded and very much commercialized. Click the link below to read more about my adventure!
MASUNGI GEORESERVE BLOG | Masungi Georeserve, a silent sanctuary located in Baras, Rizal flocked by hundreds every week to become one with nature. Spanning across 1,500 hectares of land and surrounded by trees, plants and lime stones, it’s hard to believe that this place used to be underwater! My office mates and I booked this trail months in advance and we were worried it was going to rain, but thankfully the skies cleared and we had an awesome time! Sharing with you guys my experience and some tips for the trail. 🙂