If you want to experience paradise, like the good old days, Port Barton in Palawan is the one. It is a 3-hour drive from Puerto Princesa city and has no major commercial developments, no 5-star hotel, no banks or ATMs, and no full-day supply of electricity (from 6pm to 12pm only) generally. But there are... Continue Reading →
This is a short but satisfying adventure for us, the island’s sandbar is perfect and the whole island is amazingly pretty.
One of the famous side-trips you should consider when travelling to Boracay is Bakhawan Eco-Park, ranked as the NUMBER 1 tourist attraction in Kalibo by Tripadvisor and one of the top things to do in Aklan. Bakhawan Eco-Park is a 220-hectare mangrove forest located in Kalibo, Aklan. It is a home to over 20 species... Continue Reading →
Planning to go to Bacolod? Make sure to visit Silay and Lakawon, too. Since we only have limited number of days, we chose to explore the upper region of Negros Occidental. For first timers like us, I think this is the best option. Mabuhay! Number of days: 3 Manila to Bacolod: Dec. 10 - 7:55am... Continue Reading →
So you are thinking our adventure, your adventure, to Lakawon Island will just be like that? Come on...it will not be completed without saying “hi” to Tawhai Floating Bar, the famous floating bar in the land, so far. Tawhai is the largest floating bar in Asia. Amazing, right? We decided to explore Tawhai on the... Continue Reading →
Let’s go to Lakawon! … We arrived at New Bacolod-Silay Airport early in the morning and went to Silay City for breakfast at the famous El Ideal and roamed around the town thereafter. You have 2 options to reach Silay, take the airport shuttle for P50 per pax or ride a tricycle waiting outside the airport... Continue Reading →