Accomodation

Stay in an air-conditioned room for P850 in Iligan City

I’ve had a mini staycation the other week in the newest affordable 5-storey hotel in Iligan City. Fortune Suite is still in trial run. Many of its amenities are still under construction. Only three (3) floors are open to the public at this time. They have 6 types of rooms to choose from, all affordable, and definitely not cheap in…

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Travel Facts & Tips

Huwag nyo po lapitan pag nakita nyo ito sa beach!

Marami tayong mga magagandang beach sa Pilipinas. Philippines is home to the most beautiful beaches such as in Boracay and in El Nido which are truly world-class. Pero kahit gaano ka ganda ang isang tanawin, meron itong tinatagong hindi kanais-nais. Summer na, and we see a many of our friends post photos on Facebook about their beach visits . Dapat…

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Halo-halo, Places

List of Cities in the Visayas that I have visited

I still have a long way to go before visiting all the cities in this list. I first made a list of cities in Mindanao, now it’s the second set of list featuring all the cities in the Visayas area. The origin of the word Visayas came from “Sri Visjaya”, a dominant power or kingdom in the Southeast Asian region…

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Travel Facts & Tips

9 Mindanao cities you’ve probably never heard of

My homecity is ‘Iligan’, and when I tell my friends in Manila where I was from, they would ask, “Nasaan yan?” I bet, some of you reading this would wonder where Iligan is. But I wont include Iligan in this list, this city is probably getting slightly popular nowadays. Maybe, thanks to Typhoon Sendong? Refer to the map at the…

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Travel Facts & Tips

List of Mindanao Cities

Finding the list of cities in Mindanao online was not easy as I thought it would be. I had to confirm each of the city compiled in this Wikipedia link. I found a cities of Mindanao list in this website, it has only 27 cities, it was not updated. So, I had to make my own list. This tally of…

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Cebu

Kawasan Falls in Badian, Cebu

Undoubtedly, the most popular waterfall in the Island of Cebu, it is a three-tier falls located in Badian, in the province of Cebu. About 3 hour bus ride, and 106 kilometers south of Cebu City. A favorite destination for Cebuanos and other tourists outside of Cebu alike.   Called by a tourist the “paradise deep in the jungle.” The thick…

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Batanes, Videos

Be mesmerized by these Batanes drone videos

Batanes is a group of islands located in Cagayan Valley, in the northernmost of Luzon. This is probably the most favorite destination by video and travel bloggers because of its imposing green landscape that looks like straight out of the scene of the Lord of the Rings movie. The still images already sent us to dreamland, but a drone recorded…

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Travel Facts & Tips

Why we should not throw the airplane boarding pass

Aside from the main airline ticket, the boarding pass is another important requirement needed for all travellers before getting inside the airplane. If you’re like me or most of us who would just throw it away after the flight stewardess checked on it. Please do not do it from now on. We are giving hackers the free access of our…

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Accomodation

My first hotel stay at City Garden Hotel Makati

I was one of the few blessed individuals who were invited to join the Digital Halo-halo last November, 2016. Digital Halo-halo is basically, a competition where the participants are tasked to promote positive use of the internet, by creating websites or apps. This event was generously sponsored by Facebook and Affinis Labs. They will cover the cost of our plane…

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Places

Tinipak River in Tanay, Rizal

Tinipak River is famous for its natural rock formation and blue-colored natural pool. For watercolor artists, this river should be a perfect masterpiece. Tinipak River is located in Barangay Daraitan in Tanay, Rizal. Approximately, 30 to 40 kilometers from Metro Manila. How to Get to Tinipak River? I personally, have not got here yet, but I forward you to two…

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