A beautiful cascade, Mabnang Falls is just located a couple of kilometers from Claveria town center, near the border with Sta. Praxedes, the last town before Ilocos Norte. A small waterfall, the barangay is building a pool directly infront where the water will fall.
Smart’s discarded billboard and banner tarpaulin advertisements around the country shipped to Iloilo and stored in two huge warehouses. With the trainings select GK Sooc inhabitants got and the guidance given by PJ, they have transformed these into fashionalable evening bags, purses, knapsacks, pouches, and small handbags. All under PJ’s Nautilus line.
Sofitel Philippine Plaza, the country’s only five star luxury hotel in Manila located at the edge of the CCP Complex has a spanking new website that is quite impressive.
Is this still Boracay? I couldn’t believe my eyes. What beach is this? Where is this place? I asked my companions with bewilderment. PUKA BEACH was the answer.
Buluan Island, a gem of a piece of land off Barangay Buluan in Zamboanga Sibugay’s municipal capital of Ipil is beautiful. And that is even an understatement.
It’s just six feet long, eight feet wide and six feet tall but as much as 50 to 60 men were crammed inside the wooden boxcar with steel roofing. This is the Bataan Death March boxcar that transported those who survived the 105 kilometer walk from San Fernando rail station to the former Camp O’Donnel, now the Capas National Shrine.
Araw ng Kagitingan, Day of Valor. It is celebrated every 9 April in the Philippines. This series is my homage to the heroes of war.
La Union and Ilocos Norte in Region 1 still offers the adventurer, foodie and heritage fanatic old but reliable staples that make these two provinces perfect places to travel this summer.
Apayao province finally conquered leaving Siquijor as the only Philippine province not yet visited.
Ang Langyaw in GMA’s Kapuso Mo, Jessica Soho’s travel special last 31 March 2012, 2030H.
Ten travel bloggers shares their secrets and tips to traveling in style.
One thing that really captured my attention during Bukidnon’s Kaamulan Festival were the native handicrafts that the tribespeople were wearing: Beads, bags and even brass belts and bells.
Ang Langyaw wins the travel writing category of the Intramuros Bloggers Challenge 2012.
Bukidnon’s Kaamulan Festival is way beyond colors, steps and costumes. Its all about encountering and learning about these indigenous people that have contributed to what Bukidnon is today.
A whirlwind of bus trips, as much as 10-12 hours on the road, amazing sceneries and cities, great places and food that only Mindanao can offer. This, through my northern and western Mindanao sojourn.