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  • Panchao Beach

    Panchao Beach
    Most of the beaches here in the tropical island of Philippines always come in good hands -- nice place, cool cottages, great getaway,food treats for everyone, and could head-shot your wallet. But not with this one, I think.
  • Fort San Pedro (Cebu City)

    Fort San Pedro (Cebu City)
    Fuerza De San Pedro is a military defense structure, built by Spanish Miguel López de Legazpi and the Spanish Government in Cebu.
  • Escape from the City, Escape from Stress: Fly to Bohol

    Escape from the City, Escape from Stress: Fly to Bohol
    Have you ever played a staring contest with a Tarsier? Or "tasted" the beauty of the Chocolate Hills? Forget the piles of work in the office, it’s time to live easy, and fly to Bohol!
  • Out to Sea: Alona Beach, Bohol

    Out to Sea: Alona Beach, Bohol
    Alona Beach is known as the “quiet side” of Panglao Island. It is a small island known for its world-class diving and beautiful beaches.
  • Fly Over, Balinsasayao

    Fly Over, Balinsasayao
    What really the southern Philippines is all about!
  • Tinagong Dagat

    Tinagong Dagat
    One thing that is legendary about Philippines is that almost every modern city or town has a tinagong dagat...
  • Yummy Dumaguete Breakfast Treats

    Yummy Dumaguete Breakfast Treats
    A tour of Dumaguete will never be complete without a morning fill of sticky rice and ripe mango paired with native hot chocolate. Where else can this divine breakfast be best available in the city except at the eateries in a public market.
  • Lakawon Island

    Lakawon Island
    Last week I was invited by a lomo friend to go and have a taste of the Lakawon Island. I was wondering if the island was some kind of commercialized and if there are lots of people going there. I have to sleep over her house so that by next day, we can wake up earlier and pave our way to Lakawon Island. After an hour's drive from Silay City, we arrived in the coasts of Cadiz, the Cadiz Viejo. We parked our car there and rode a 600 peso ($12.00) boat ride fare just to go to the island.
  • A Stroll Along Dumaguete's Rizal Boulevard

    A Stroll Along Dumaguete's Rizal Boulevard
    The simple beauty of the boulevard in Dumaguete is truly captivating that one who visits will just keep coming back.
  • Out to Sea: Balicasag Island, Bohol

    Out to Sea: Balicasag Island, Bohol
    Your tour of Bohol is not complete without visiting this protected island sanctuary, Balicasag Island.
  • The Town of Sara

    The Town of Sara
    Sara, Iloilo is a town non-comparable to other towns. This is the place where I grew up. It's really simple. Places like this where you enjoy living in simplicity is like a gem to my heart. Read on for more of my childhood adventures!
  • Carcar: Heritage City of Cebu

    Carcar: Heritage City of Cebu
    A drive down the southeastern coast of Cebu offers relaxing views of mangrove beaches, arching roadside acacias and, most remarkably, beautiful colonial architecture...
  • Fuente Osmeña

    Fuente Osmeña
    Built in honor of Cebu's "Grand Old Man", Sergio Osmeña - the fourth president of the Commonwealth of the Philippines - and to commemorate the city's first waterworks system, Fuente Osmeña is a fountain rotunda where Cebu's major thoroughfares converge: Gen. Maxilom Avenue (aka Mango Avenue), Osmeña Boulevard (aka Jones Avenue, towards downtown) and B. Rodriguez Street. The oval was built in 1912.
  • Falls and the Open Fields

    Falls and the Open Fields
    The place is called E. Lopez. Guess what we found there?
  • The Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao and Danao

    The Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao and Danao
    Hiding in the lush mountains of Negros Oriental is a breathtaking natural wonder called the Twin Lakes of Balinsasayao and Danao. Located 12 kilometers west of Sibulan town, these deep-crater freshwater lakes are protected natural parks enveloped by tropical rain forests.
  • Surigao in 3 Days

    Surigao in 3 Days
    Surigao City, being located in the third island of the Philippines, is one of those provinces that is hardly visited. This is such a shame for there are sights definitely worth seeing. I'm sure I haven't even seen everything yet, but here are some places I've been to that hopefully makes you want to go there as well!
  • Taoist Temple, Cebu City

    Taoist Temple, Cebu City
    The Taoist Temple of Cebu aims to preserve the teachings of Lao-Tse, the 600 B.C. Chinese philosopher. The temple is located at Beverly Hills, Cebu City. Come pay them a visit if you want to have a rewarding spiritual experience.
  • Capilay Spring Park in San Juan, Siquijor

    Capilay Spring Park in San Juan, Siquijor
    Siquijor province is home to many natural cold springs. One of them is Capilay Spring Park in the town of San Juan nestled on the southwest coast of the island-province.
  • Discovering Maasin City

    Discovering Maasin City
    One course I looked forward to in our program is field work, in which the students go to a certain place and study the languages in the area. This summer, our group was assigned to Maasin City, Southern Leyte. I honestly never heard of the place before so I had no idea what to expect.
  • Mambukal Mountain Resort

    Mambukal Mountain Resort
    I was invited by my lomo friend, jahzee ("": to come and visit her place. So I packed up some of my lomo stuffs like the lomo fisheye2, films, Holga and analog cameras.

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