Siargao Beyond the Surf

Siargao Beyond the Surf

By Bernard L. Supetran Siargao Island in the Pacific seaboard off northeastern Mindanao is synonymous to surfing. Named by CNN Go travel portal as the world’s eighth best surf spot, it is regarded as the country’s surfing mecca with its Cloud 9, known for its perfect barreling right hand reef break but laden with sharp corals. Named after the chewy chocolate candy bar with which […]

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Snippets from Tallinn, Estonia

Snippets from Tallinn, Estonia

 Software engineer Lorna Real, together with husband Joey, shares how Estonia captivated them with its medieval restaurants, churches and must-see destinations By Lorna Real Joey and I have been putting off an ocean cruise vacation because we could not reconcile with the thought of being ‘at sea’ for 7 to 10 days. I was born and raised in Cebu City. My parents hailed from Batangas […]

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Breathtaking Palaui Island

Breathtaking Palaui Island

When we I first saw Palaui Island on the T.V series “Survivor,” I was amaze that there’s a place in the northern part of our country that offers breathtaking views like Batanes. After I talked to my girlfriend Arlie and tell her about Palaui Island in Cagayan, we decided to include it on our bucket list.  After a couple of months of searching and planning […]

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The Majesty of Mahatao

The Majesty of Mahatao

TagMyTravel Some place reminds us of our roots, of who we are, and where we want to be. Traveling to Batanes is like that and more, it’s like journeying to the core of our being Text and photos by Gael Hilotin “Life in Diura is pretty simple, indeed. Mornings are marked by the crow of a rooster, the fall of a coconut or footsteps of […]

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A Journey to Maligcong, Bontoc Province

A Journey to Maligcong, Bontoc Province

Situated at the high altitude of Bontoc, Mountain Province lies a hidden kingdom surrounded with carve mountains and rice paddies. After a day of work, my girlfriend and I packed our things and went straight to G/V Florida Bus Terminal in GMA-Kamias were we booked a 9 pm scheduled bus bound to Banaue – Tuguegarao. Our bus arrived at Banaue early in the morning after […]

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Sands of Pasacao

Sands of Pasacao

Text and photos by NEIL ALVIN NICERIO IF YOU’RE GOING TO ASK your friends what the Summer Capital of Camarines Sur is? Chances are, the majority if not all of them, would give you an incorrect answer. The answer to this of course is the town of Pasacao. Located on the western side of Camarines Sur facing Ragay Gulf, Pasacao is a sleepy coastal town […]

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Waiting to Exhale in Calaguas

Waiting to Exhale in Calaguas

Camarines Norte’s priceless Calaguas has carved its own name as one of the rising destinations in the Philippines. But going there isn’t a walk in the park. Writer Alvin Cruz shares his experience and his realization that in travel as in life, good things come to those who wait. Text by ALVIN BULAONG CRUZ Photos by AJ ORPIA AND ALVIN BULAONG CRUZ WHAT THEY SAY […]

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Calauit Safari Park

Calauit Safari Park

A home to Kenya’s wildlife Text by GELYKA RUTH R. DUMARAOS Photos by RAMIR G. CAMBIADO THERE IS MORE TO BUSUANGA Island in Palawan than the island-rich town of Coron. When one’s finished with beach bumming and trekking on stunning rock formations, a perfect way to get closer to nature is by spending a morning in the wild. It is nothing sort of what we […]

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Casa Mariquit

Casa Mariquit

Inheritance of a grand past Text and photos by HENRYLITO D. TACIO WHEN I was still in high school, one of my dreams was to visit Iloilo. After all, my father was born there. Besides, Spain’s Queen Maria Cristina once dubbed it as “Luy muy leal y noble ciudad” (the most loyal and noble city). It was only in recent years that I had the […]

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