From a lightning trip along the Zamboanga Peninsula, Ozamiz, Cebu and Manila two weeks ago, this 5 day trip in Davao City is just relaxing. Unhurried.
A hole in the ground, Bukilat Cave in Tudela, Poro Island, can be a worthwhile trip while in Camotes. It has a cool pool and a short walkway inside and a good introduction to caves.
Jolo durian is so unlike other varieties that it is one of my favorite. When in season, do get a chance to eat this one when in Zamboanga City.
These pinkish and strange fruit is now sold in Baguio markets and its sourced out from Burgos, Ilocos Norte!
A drizzly noon found me hunting and then savoring a delicious meal of balbakwa at King’s Balbakwa.
Just located 50 meters from the highway, Cabunbata Falls is quite accessible and very near Isabela City in Basilan at just 7 kilometers from the city center.
The colors are bright and inviting and one might think that staying at this hotel can be expensive for the middle budget traveler. But looks can be deceiving. A night stay at the newly opened Go Hotels Dumaguete proved to be very pleasant but not hard on the pocket.
The best way to go from Cebu to Dumaguete or vice versa? Hop on a bus in Cebu and take the short but sweet boat ride across Tanon Strait. Or the other way around. Beautiful scenery
A quest for Dumaguete’s highly recommended budbud kabog led me to a beautiful discovery where locals eat. Their chocolate-e (chocolate drink) is just so delicious!
Pondering on life as I travelled through NLEX for my flight for Cebu via Clark.
I’m now in Baguio. My refuge to a weeping heart, even before in past relationships. Now, I just want to be alone here and probably distract myself with work.
Lumen Lumingkit sells puto for a living every morning just beside Lazi’s market. It’s cheap and filling and makes me reminisce my childhood in Cebu.
One house? Two houses? For a fiesta dinner? But everyone’s welcome and, being with the Parish Priest of Lazi, we were invited to at least three houses to eat during the fiesta celebration in Talingting, E. Villanueva, Siquijor.
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