Coron town has always been infamous to be the jumping point on almost every island hopping destination towards Coron Islands. My husband being “the man behind the lens” took a lot of share-worthy shots while we roam around Coron’s public market right after our island hopping tour. Here are some snaps that would show a glimpse of how Coron and the locals lived their every life, aside from the world class tour destinations that they offer. Read More »
Part of the tour that we personally picked was Calauit Safari tour. As mentioned on my Coron travel guide post, tour started early. In fact, it was the earliest amongst the other tours – starting @ 5:00 AM. It was a 2-hr ride from Coron proper to Calauit, then another 15-minute boat ride for you to get to the Safari park. Read More »
Virgin Island in Panglao has always been included on every island hopping tour in Bohol. Who wouldn’t want to see the long stretch of sand bar that is estimated to be a hectare during low tide? We decided to re-visit the place after two years with the same group of friends that I was with on our first visit. The difference was this time, we found a way to check out Virgin island for free! Read More »
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 »
When travelling, we always look for the experience and the adventure, right? Although before we head back we think of the people we look forward to seeing again, and look for keepsakes that we can bring home. For me it’s like sharing a piece of the place. Some travelers also wanted to buy one for themselves and keep something to remember.