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5D/4N Siargao Travel Guide

I can never get enough of how unreal Siargao island is. There’s something about the island that would make every traveler drawn to its vibe. It may not just be the beaches, but the culture, people and how things were as chill as it can get.  There’s this certain charm that would make you want to go back or even just stay on Siargao. Yes, some would say it’s just another island but wait until you get to visit it the place, ask yourself again if you can call Siargao “just another island”. Read More »

Food,Uncategorized

Guerrera Rice Paddy Villas

Just any other wanderer, I am always in search for good food whenever I’m in a new place. When we were in Camiguin, we searched for the best places to dine and Guerrera Rice Paddy Villas tops the spot on Google and Tripadvisor sites. We didn’t hesitate and squeeze this place to check out on our itinerary.  Read More »

Food

Larena Triad Coffee Shop

Coffee Shops are not rampant in the small, peaceful island of Siquijor, however, there’s this one in Larena, Siquijor is not just any other ordinary coffee shops. This one is located on top of the hill, overlooking the whole island! Instead of a relaxing music playing while you enjoy your food, you’ll be left with a very peaceful ambiance. One our way back to Cebu, we squeezed this one out on our schedule and had a quick stop to check the place out. By looking at the view, I guess we made a perfect decision!

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Food

Drool over Dagsa Restobar

One of the perks of traveling aside from the sceneries and the culture, you get to try the good food! Different places offer a different twist of everything. Your taste buds will meet a new variation of something that you have already tried before or maybe try something new, whichever is applicable. Read More »

DIY,Food

Cheezzy Cheese sticks!

Cheese sticks are sometimes quite expensive to buy in a fancy restaurant where in fact you can always make one and even put some personal touch and variation to call it your own version.

Here’s how I made mine: Read More »