Indeed, the best things in life are free. After all this time I should know that in order for one to enjoy his travel, ingenuity is a…… Read more “Going South: Bayawan, Sta. Catalina, Negros Oriental”
When you go to Guimaras, it is definitely a crime not to soak into the clear blue waters which seemingly invite you to plunge. One can’t resist…… Read more “Dipping at Taklong Island and More”
Guimaras has gained its infamy from its sweet-tasting mangoes which was considered to be the sweetest in the world. This small island province in Visayas stand in…… Read more “A Taste of Guimaras: where food and art meet”
Dubbed as the “land of sweet surprises”, the province of Negros Occidental stretches 7,926 square kilometers and is one of the two provinces of Negros Island Region in…… Read more “Experience Panaad Festival: The Artistry of Negrense”
Sometimes, the jewel of a place just lie silently faraway from the prying eyes and disturbance of most tourists. One of the gem of Negros Occidental can…… Read more “Going Underwater at Danjugan Island”
Philippines is at its liveliest mood every summer as festivities of different local government units are commemorated. This is the time when tourists, both local and foreign…… Read more “Pasalamat Festival and the Garden Show”
When you’re sick of all the mediocre, boring recipes your grandma taught you… or when you decide that the skyrocketing prices of the four-michellin star restaurants are…… Read more “The Foodie Affair”
Located approximately 12 kilometers west of Sibulan, Negros Oriental is the breath-taking Balinsasayao Twin Lakes. Its name was actually coined from its larger lake, the Balinsasayao Lake… Read more "Balinsasayao Twin Lakes: Double the Fun!"
It's been a few days since I last posted in this blog. What better way to rekindle my writing skills than to feature one of the pride… Read more "When in Apo Island, Dauin, Negros Oriental"