It’s December and it’s not just the cold temperature and shorter days, but almost everywhere in the Philippines, you will almost, always stumble upon something that will remind you of the festive season: Christmas carols on radio, decors in many buildings, malls and houses, vendors selling lanterns and Christmas stuff and all these mall sales, gift packs and Christmas party reminders. Yes, Filipinos are serious about Christmas, and it’s a fact that once the ‘ber months come in, starting September, be sure to expect that…Continue Reading “Christmas is all around in the Philippines”
I love museums! It’s where you can get a glimpse of the place’s history and culture. Whenever I visit countries and cities, I’m sure to pass by some. Although I’ve been a long time visitor of Laoag, I should confess that it was just a few months ago that I was able to visit its Museo Ilocos Norte as well as its Taoid Museum, both a must visit for the serious Laoag visitor or tourist. The two museums are just beside each other, in a…Continue Reading “2 must visit Laoag museums you should check out”
Not as popular or as known as some waterfalls in the Philippines, this list has ten beautiful and charming waterfalls around the country
You know that feeling when you come face to face with a stunning landscape or scenery and you just want to hold your lover’s hand or hug tightly as you bask in the beauty of the place. The more you lovers travel to these kind of places the more your bond tighten as you make beautiful memories together. The Philippines is blessed to still have many stunning natural landscapes, from the topmost province in Batanes, to the southernmost islands in Mindanao and forlorn places in…Continue Reading “10 romantic spots in the Philippines for adventurous lovers”
I’m back again in Bangui’s windfarm, for the 4th time, to gawk, to feel the wind, to just see this man made wonder dominating the natural landscape.