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 »
Camiguin Island, being the second-smallest province in the Philippines made it very feasible for a whole day road trip. I had the chance to visit Camiguin Island last December with my fiance’s family and we were able to check out the small yet very picturesque island in the country. With a rich history foreground, and several beaches to dwell on, I was giddy enough to join the trip.
For the recent blog posts that I published, most looked like I’m taking an adventure only with my partner, but behind all the solo takes, was a fun gang that I am always with. For this wandering tableau installment, let’s talk about the reason’s why I love travelling with my the friends I consider as family away from home.
If you’ve been following my blog, you’ll know that I always love taking sunset shots. You may think that this one would just be like the one I previously posted, showcasing the beautiful sunset of Bantayan Island. This wandering tableau installment will showcase the collection of snapshots, that give us a glimpse of how sunsets looked like in different parts of the country.
The municipality of Aloguinsan, a province of Cebu, Philippines, has always been known with their great beaches like Hermit’s cove and the ever famous Bojo River .When we visited the place, we also got the chance to drop by their baluarte where a handful of history took place.