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  • Summer Hot Spots: Better Days at Laiya Beach

    Summer Hot Spots: Better Days at Laiya Beach
    Beaches are one of the go-to places during summer vacations, and Philippines is much known for its beautiful shores. There’s Boracay, a beach for people who love to party, and there’s also Palawan, for those who love nature trips. But how about those who love to just relax?
  • Summer Hot Spots: Stilts Calatagan Beach Resort

    Summer Hot Spots: Stilts Calatagan Beach Resort
    Miss the sun, sand, and sharks? Then worry not! Just go on a four-hour drive away from Manila and you’ll be setting your foot to the famous beach of Stilts Calatagan Beach Resort in Calatagan, Batangas. Not only famous for their clean and long shoreline, but also for its pre-colonial cottages known as “stilts”.
  • Shutter Revolution Goes to Taal Batangas, a Heritage Town

    Shutter Revolution Goes to Taal Batangas, a Heritage Town
    A 3-hour drive from Manila, Taal, Batangas is a wonderful place to have a field trip with your camera-loving friends. On June 2012, Shutter Revolution decided to go visit it for an out-of-town trip, which was full of fun and enjoyment, which comes with nature, architecture, religion, and history.
  • Basking at the Beach: My Personal Favorites

    Basking at the Beach: My Personal Favorites
    Summer time. It’s the season for sun, sand, and waves. And in the Philippines, summers are scorching hot, with temperatures reaching up to 35 degrees Celsius on a typical summer day. To cool off, Pinoys love to go to the beach, slather on some sunscreen and have a cool dip in the ocean or at the pool. Over the years, I've collected lots of family photos on the beach. Here are some of my favorites.
  • Taal at Dawn: My Most Memorable 2011 Travel Escapade

    Taal at Dawn: My Most Memorable 2011 Travel Escapade
    Sometime on March 2011, Cityslicker Jane was in Metro Manila for a work-related visit. We decided to meet for a night of chatting over some beer. It was an ordinary night with friends that turned into an impromptu trip to a place more than 50miles away from Metro Manila.
  • Have You Ever Seen Swimming Nuns?

    Have You Ever Seen Swimming Nuns?
    Nuns at the beach? Seriously? Has the world gone mad?
  • Welcome to Canyon Woods, Tagaytay

    Welcome to Canyon Woods, Tagaytay
    Canyon Woods is this refreshing “residential resort” in the Metro Tagaytay-Taal area. Even though the subdivision is actually located in Batangas, it offers homes with a good view of the Taal Lake.
  • Tierra Salva Lakeview Resort

    Tierra Salva Lakeview Resort
    Who wouldn't want to spend the weekend relaxing in front of the famous Taal Lake of Batangas? This is a dream for the family as we just used to go at the nearby resort (Bahay ni Capt.) to get away from the city. As much as we love the place, (and keep it to ourselves hehe) we have decided to open it to the public but for now we can only accommodate day trips.
  • Conserve and Protect Oceans (CAPOceans) Foundation Resort

    Conserve and Protect Oceans (CAPOceans) Foundation Resort
    Who could have thought that a Non-Government Agency houses a wonderful beach lot area in Calatagan, Batangas? It serves a dual purpose of accommodating trainings for the conservation of our wildlife and has been opened to the public where the income generated shall be used for additional funding of its projects. Because of its location, Calatagan was made the jump-off point for the EcoRescue (ER) live-aboard series. It is a program that aims to transform recreational divers into conservationists by teaching them how to monitor marine parks.
  • Taal Volcano (Batangas City)

    Taal Volcano (Batangas City)
    A tiny active volcano on an island within a lake within an island.
  • Bahay Kubo Ni Capt, Tanauan Batangas (fronting Taal Lake)

    Bahay Kubo Ni Capt, Tanauan Batangas (fronting Taal Lake)
    "Bahay Kubo" ni Captain. The owner of this beautiful resort is a friend of my Dad, Capt. Rico Jay Hermoso. They used to be shipmates on board during their seaman days. I immediately fell in love with the place the moment i step foot on it. The view of Taal is perfect not to mention the sunrise and sunset. There is so much that you can do here. On our first day, we rode a boat to the Taal volcano.