If there are two islands in our country that I feel deeply rooted to, these are Catanduanes and Palumbanes Island. Catanduanes, my own province is where I spent most of my childhood years, while Palumbanes Island is where I spent most of my childhood summer days.
NOTE 4/18/13: I recently got to visit Malabsay Falls again. Check out the updated post here. Even though I grew up in Naga City, Bicol and often spend Christmas vacations and summer there, I’m sorry to say that I haven’t...
Are you a sunrise or sunset person? I guess if doesn’t matter as both are beautiful. There is a fusion of energy and magic when you watch the sky painting. That morning we woke up early and left Bagasbas Lighthouse still dark. We headed to Mercedes, the next town to wait for the first gleam…read more →
From afar, it looks like a miniature version of the Kapurpurawan Rock Formation in Ilocos Norte with its shoe like formation on top and the island itself resembles the formations from the famous Biri Islands like a slightly squashed cake with lines and layers running along the sides. Animasola Island was a surprise in terms of natural wonders, much like municipality it belongs to which is San Pascual in Burias Island, Masbate. It was just the start of our three-island and didn’t expect the this
If you want an off-the-beaten track type of vacation, Catanduanes is definitely a great choice. One of the things to consider when planning a trip there is the weather. With its geographic location in the Pacific, the weather in the island can be unforgiving especially from October to early January
With the sun slowly setting beyond the horizon, I asked Chie to accompany me to the church. We asked for directions and found ourselves crossing this bridge where we saw several children climbing a rock formation, naked, jumping to the river for the dive of their lives
Some go to Naga for a pilgrimage, some for a food trip. Some just stay at the Hotel (I actually did this yesterday- at the posh Avenue Plaza Hotel), some get their adrenaline fix and ride that badass ATV up to the foothills of Mt. Isarog National Park. Ohhh yeah! Mt. Isarog majestically standing.
The moment I arrived at Legazpi International Airport in Legazpi City in Albay province, I got my first glimpse of the Philippines' most prized Mayon Volcano, known around the world for its perfect inverted conical shape.
Masbate is a tropical paradise for tourists and locals alike looking for scenic sunsets, tropical gardens, waterfalls, white sand beaches, and delicious food. An island-province, it is considered to be one of the hidden treasures of the Philippines because of its undisturbed natural reefs and reserves, not to mention that its central location makes the …
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