Trekking at Masungi Georeserve

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I was never a fan of outdoor activities like trekking or jogging or running, but I do admit I like walking, so when I decided to invite my friends to go to Masungi Georeserve, I was expecting I would be ready for it (but still I wasn’t!). Masungi Georeserve became a famous tourist spot recently because of IG posts, blogger reviews, wheninmanila and even rappler’s posts about it. Many are attracted to what it offers, although it gets really difficult to reserve a schedule. Unlike others, you can’t just walk-in and expect to get a slot to visit the place. […]

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Anika Island Resort Review

Hi there! While browsing the web to find an accomodation at Bantayan Island Cebu, I finally decided to book two rooms at Anika Island Resort, which cost P1,500 each. Most of the resorts in this island is really expensive ranging from 1500 to 5000, or even more. As for homestay, I wasn’t able to research if there are any in the island. What to expect at Anika? They have a free shuttle service that will fetch you at the port and will also bring you back to the port.  They have a closed air con area to leave your things […]

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Backpacking in Cebu: DIY Day 1

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Hi there! This year is definitely a year of travelling all across the Philippines, whether it’s in Luzon (Tanay), Mindanao (Davao) and now Visayas! I must tick that off my bucket list now. Anyway, me and my aunt together with her husband and son, went to Cebu last week. I purchased tickets via Cebu Pacific’s year-round airfare promo. Unlike my other travels, this time it’s different since we actually chose Clark International Airport as our point of origin and because it’s near Nueva Ecija, our province. We left Nueva Ecija at around 6:30 PM even though our flight is scheduled on […]

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A hidden paradise in Batangas: Masasa Beach.

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Hi there! Last week, me and a friend wanted to go to the beach so bad that instead of going to Tagaytay (our initial plan for the weekend), we ended up going to Masasa Beach. Maybe, not all of you have heard the name of the beach, or where it is located. The beach is actually found in Batangas, and it’s not a usual puntahan of people unlike the famous beaches in the province like Nasugbu or Laiya. We left my dorm at aroung 6:30 am and took an fx going to Taft, from Taft, we ride a bus going to Grand […]

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Samal Island

Going to Samal Island is definitely a must-do when you go to Davao City, regardless whether you only have 2-day vacation just like we had, or more. And it’s definitely okay to stay in a cheap accommodation when in Samal because there are lots of things to do there. To give you an idea, here are some of the things we wanted to do/see: In the South area: Go to Talicud Island and enjoy the white beach. Our tourist guide (sorry I forgot his name), told us that the beaches there are the best in the area. Kaputian Beach Park which […]

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