Banteay Srei in northern Siem Reap is considered as one of the smallest sites at Angkor. Despite its small size, the wonderful stone carvings in the area produce an art gallery that makes it a good rival to fellow temples.
I can clearly recall how my fellow travel buddies showed me a photo of the best crispy squid they ever had some years back. We were staying at Dipolog’s Restreto Inn, waiting for the festivities of Hudyaka Zanorte to start. My mouth watered and I immediately asked where I can get some. Only at Iligan City’s Jacko’s Kan-Anan, came their chorus.
Putrajaya is our first stop during the recent Malaysia Tourism Hunt 2013. It is the seat of the federal government of Malaysia since 1999 and one of the three Federal Territories in Malaysia; others are Kuala Lumpur and Labuan. It is name after the first Malaysian Prime Minister, Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, in addition the word ‘putra’ means ‘male child’ and jaya means ‘success’ or ‘victory’.
Hat Yai, What? people always get dumbfounded whenever they heard about this place. Had Yai (หาดใหญ่ ) or Hat Yai belongs to Songkhla, Southern province of Thailand. It's the business center capital of the province and 4th most densely populated in Thailand.
It was surprising that even though Iligan City is considered to be one of the oldest Christian settlements in the country, the usual old stone church is very much missing from its bustling streets. But not to disappoint, they have something else entirely. And it is in pink. In unabashedly hot pink. The Cathedral of St. Michael the Archangel.
Bilar Man-Made Forest is one of Bohol's famous tourist attractions. Located about 40 kilometers from Tagbilaran City, vehicles going to Chocolate Hills in Carmen regularly pass along this route making it a popular stop for tourists. Tallmahogany trees shaded both sides of the road stretching for about 2 kilometers, and passers-by will immediately feel the abrupt drop in temperature even during hot summer days.
Simple interior but outstanding food, that's how Sand Witch Art Cafe is. Situated in Candolim, Goa, India just across the new Novotel Resort, this restaurant offers nothing but great and appetizing food.
Wish list? Yes I have! I began listing my dream destinations in the country (and abroad) the time I also started this advocacy of promoting 7107 islands through sharing of photographs and travel stories. In this age of “teki” gadgets, I am still using the oldskul type of “notebooks and journals”. Attached in the said journal is a map I bought in a bookstore 2 years ago - with marks and notes to indicate whether I already visited/explored a certain province/destination.
"Bakit ulit natin ginagawa ito?! Leche!!!" I exclaimed to Owen as I pushed my bike farther up against loose gravel. We have been at it for nearly an hour, and before this, have been biking our muscles sore for 11 hours.
I created this list to share it to you and for you to be inspired with these Travel Blogs and Bloggers who also inspires me to travel more often and explore the 7,107 islands of our country. I've been following and reading these travelers most of the time because they have this sense of importance in traveling industry and giving something to their readers- inspiration.
Poctoy White Beach is a must see when you visit my hometown – Torrijos, Marinduque. Its approximately 1 kilometer stretch of white-sand beach offers visitors a unique beach experience. One of the "heart of the Philippines’" gems, this public beach is colloquial to perfect summer get-away!
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