Waterfall-Hopping in Real, Quezon

Our original plan was to visit Masasa Beach in Tingloy, Maricaban Island in Batangas along with love ones. But with no letup from the southwest monsoon rains – not to mention the rough seas caused by the habagat winds – it was obvious that a change in plans was in order. Lunch at Real’s seafood... Continue Reading →

Stranded at the Pinto Art Museum

With the habagat or southwest monsoon rains bearing down on the metropolis, it wasn’t exactly the ideal weather to go road-tripping but we still decided to push through with our plans for a one-day visit to the towns of Antipolo, Tanay and Pililia in Rizal province. After all, the farthest of these towns is just... Continue Reading →

Biliran’s Raw Beauty

Six years ago it was a relatively unknown travel destination. But with its white sand beaches, turquoise waters brimming with marine life, pristine waterfalls tucked away in tropical rainforests and verdant rice terraces carved from gently rolling hills, the island province of Biliran could not be hidden forever. So when a chance came to visit... Continue Reading →

Unlocking the Hidden Treasures of Catanduanes

For two decades the province of Catanduanes has solely been associated with surfing – primarily at Puraran Beach in Baras. Known as the “Land of Howling Winds” due to its location that placed it directly along the path of typhoons entering the country from the Pacific, Catanduanes, however, has so much more to offer. It... Continue Reading →

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