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A Tale Of The Almost Forgotten Honda Bay Of Puerto Princesa And My Unfortunate Allergic Reaction

Before they paved the way for an easier access to El Nido, it was all about Puerto Princesa. It was a no brainer, almost. Coron is too expensive and El Nido is practically impossible unless you’re an A-lister. Puerto Princesa was the easier choice. After all, it is the jump off point to reach the… Continue reading A Tale Of The Almost Forgotten Honda Bay Of Puerto Princesa And My Unfortunate Allergic Reaction

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8.5 Waterfalls Near Manila To Hit Up Before The Summer Ends

Philippine summer is ending in no time. Seriously, where did time go? Things are happening too quickly, seasons are escalating too abruptly, and in a blink of an eye, we’re back to spending weekends indoors while super typhoons cut off our electricity. To help you make the most of your remaining days of summer, why… Continue reading 8.5 Waterfalls Near Manila To Hit Up Before The Summer Ends

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Panja Resort Palawan Is Puerto Princesa’s Hidden Jewel

It’s been almost 6 hours in a van ride. I’m dizzy, my neck is sore, and I’m beginning to feel nauseous. The ride from El Nido has always been a dreadful one to me, and the fact that I’m definitely getting older doesn’t make it any easier. We were the last ones in the van… Continue reading Panja Resort Palawan Is Puerto Princesa’s Hidden Jewel

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Top 10 Southeast Asian Food You Need To Try Authentically

Food is a critical part of my travels. Each country’s culinary habits are unique and immersing in it is one of the best way to learn about their culture. You may have a go-to “authentic” pho place, and yes, they may be as good as you say, but trust me, there is nothing like the… Continue reading Top 10 Southeast Asian Food You Need To Try Authentically

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El Nido vs Coron: Which Palawan Paradise Is Better For You?

Who doesn’t wanna go to Palawan? Anyone who says they’re not interested in world class beaches and otherworldly hidden lagoons must be out of their minds. Palawan is a vast province with numerous islands that offers that and more, but because life is full of unnecessary buzzkill like jobs and financial issue, it’s quite ambitious… Continue reading El Nido vs Coron: Which Palawan Paradise Is Better For You?

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MNL Hostel + Second Wind B&B: Boracay’s Best Budget Friendly Accommodations

There’s always a misconception that you must be made of money if you can afford to travel so much. It’s no exception to Boracay, Philippines’ numero uno party island. If you can come here annually, you  must have a little some some in your pocket. Your parents must be rich. Your boyfriend must be whipped.… Continue reading MNL Hostel + Second Wind B&B: Boracay’s Best Budget Friendly Accommodations

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Where To Eat: A Non-Basic Foodie Guide To Tagaytay’s Best Lesser Known Restaurants

Hello foodies! Chances are, you’ve landed on this page because you’re looking for the best food Tagaytay has to offer. People come to Tagaytay for the weather, and the array of restaurants is just a plus. Everyone thinks of Tagaytay as this great foodie haven, but really, that is one big misconception. Sure, there’s an… Continue reading Where To Eat: A Non-Basic Foodie Guide To Tagaytay’s Best Lesser Known Restaurants