I like Hotel Tavern. From the looks of it, grand, modern, has sophistication and finesse that comes as a surprise in Surigao City.
Langyaw has been recognized again, this time, a nomination in Skyscanner’s BEST PHOTOBLOG category. Vote for me!
Its monstrous, fluffy and filling at great value for money, the Marco Polo Plaza Hotel ensaimada is a must bring pasalubong from Cebu or good for merienda.
The humble mongos, paklay, lukut, guso, balbakwa plus cute chorizos on stick and other Cebuano dishes paired with mais (corn), instead of rice, and street food at a well known five star hotel cafe/restaurant?
My budget streak in Siquijor continues with a stay in Larena, this time at the North Haven Lodge. The basic, non air room is P300, but it has a big bed and free wifi, not bad for a budget inn.
At P125 per day (less than $3), Buhisan Lodge is basic and spartan but comfortable, airy and spacious.
On the third Sunday of January, all roads lead to Cebu for the Sinulog festival. But its not only the revelry that happens but also the religious aspect is important. If you’re going, are you ready?
I’m the featured traveler of Smile Magazine for January 2013, Cebu Pacific Air’s inflight magazine.
August was cruel. And in the next four months, from September to December, my travels were more of an escape. Come to think of it, whenever I am in Makati, I just get depressed that I have all sorts of excuses and reasons to travel. That’s what the heartbreak did to me, travel to seek refuge of being anonymous, travel to distract oneself. But no amount of traveling can console me.
Part two of my 2012 travel and achievements post covering the months of May, June, July and August.
The year that was! 2012 is my travel travel year and in this three part post, I have traced my whereabouts. Just sit back and relax…
The old town of Mulanay is invaded by Santas! At its town plaza, there were different Santas, in different positions, in different sizes. Some are standing, others seating while others are suspended in the air!
There is an infinite reason why one wants to travel. Below are just a few on why I travel.
The Columbia Techsun Interchange III is my outdoor sandal of choice for now and is reliable, offering comfort and sturdiness where it counts.
Unisan in Quezon’s Bondoc Peninsula might not have the elegant old church in its midst but the beautiful heritage houses in its main town give it color, history and identity. These are just some of the structures that make this municipality interesting.