Not far from the town proper of Tanay, hidden in the mountains along the border of Rizal and Quezon, is a village named Daraitan. Here, life is laid-back, people are friendly and hardworking, and nature is enchanting.
The inn is owned and run by the Episcopal Diocese of Northern Philippines and has been in operation since the 1960’s, one of the oldest if not the oldest hotel in Sagada. It is actually more of a compound rather than a single apartment.
There is no signal there but some time you can get it when you keep your phone hanging just like on the picture. The guide also told us that latest phone won’t get signal only cheap phones. I don’t know if this is true.
I've always associated Roxas City with seafoods and Baybay. I've been to the place several times before but the itinerary never changed - Roxas/Baybay/eat seafoods/go home, in that order. Not that I'm complaining. The thought of seafoods alone would make me drop what I am doing on a weekend and head there
I missed the chill cuddling me. Ironic as it may seem, but it was the most warming chill I’ve ever felt. Along with the accommodating locality, the inviting community, and the awe-inspiring scenery, it formed the most addicting blend that I always seek. And yes, those were the things that spoiled me – the reasons …
Why named the Governor’s Rapids? It is not owned by the governor to set aside political concerns. The name traces back to the time of the Japanese administration where rivers serve as the thoroughfare of the valley as road networks were still undeveloped.
Salakayan Festival of Miagao (Province of Iloilo) is celebrated every first week of February to commemorate the battle in which the people of Miagao successfully repulsed Muslim raiders (referred to as Moros by the Spanish)
The Dinagyang festival officially started last Friday with the Opening Salvo. This is when the different Ati tribes dance around the actual parade route and practice their pacing.I could only describe the opening salvo with two words - massive traffic
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