I’m tracing my travel history from 1974 up to the present. This post picks up from the previous 5.
I am updating my travel map as there are new destinations that I have visited. When I did the Luzon – Visayas loop via land and sea, I was able to visit for the first time the Panay provinces of Capiz and Aklan. I’m not a beach person but, thank God, due to some roro schedule foul ups, I forayed in Boracay for just an hour, another first. From Caticlan, I then docked at Roxas in Mindoro Oriental and marked my first entry into this big island of Mindoro before exiting Calapan on my way back to Makati City.
I am also correcting two errors from the previous map: I have included Panaon, an island just south of Leyte since the ferry from Lipata, Surigao docks at Liloan. I made this trip when I was still based in Mindanao a few years ago. The second correction involves Kalinga which I have visited during an entomological trip with French contacts but I have shaded Apayao instead.
There you have it, my current travel history as of this time. This year, I’m setting my sights on Masbate and its two sister islands of Burias and Ticao as well as finally seeing the Hundred Islands of Alaminos, Pangasinan. Not far behind are Quirino, the Bondoc Peninsula in Quezon, Zamboanga Sibugay and Basilan as well as Guimaras. If an awaited photo project will materialize, I will definitely visit the Caramoan Peninsula in Bicol, Biliran, Antique and Siquijor.
Check a summary of my travel history.