Exploring Lake Danao, Camotes Island Day 2

The second part of our second day in the island was visiting Lake Danao. Also known as Lover’s Lake, it is located in the northern part of Pacijan Island, one of Camotes Islands’ islets. Check out the first part of our second day here. Some say the lake has a shape of a guitar on aerial view which might…

Exploring Camotes Island: Mangodlong Paradise Beach Resort

This is the first part of our second day in Camotes Island. Our first day has been documented on my The Philippines’ Santiago Bay, Camotes Island post. So our second day was a little rushed out because I and my friend were drunk AF the night before under the night sky that I was knocked down…

The Philippines’ Santiago Bay, Camotes Island

Day 1 Better late than never. This is probably one of the most used and abused quotes in the history of human creation. You might be wondering how this is connected to the title. Well, there has not really been a great connection between the two. But it’s quite logical for me to connect it…

Exploring Dalaguete, North of Cebu

  My last post before this was probably two years ago when I left my previous company and decided to just do home based jobs during which I had ample of times going to not-so-far places. Then I was preoccupied with so many p njrojects and totally lost interest to travel until I broke my…

Plantation Bay Resort & Spa – Top 25 Resorts in Asia

It’s the end of May. For some, this could be an ominous sign of huge back-to-school expenses. For many Filipinos who habitually loaf on beaches, this could only mean one thing – summer is almost over, a heart wrenching and invincible truth.  And I’m one of the many who feel the same. And in respect…

Lanipao Rainforest – Cebu’s Hidden Treasure

Although the Philippines has been known for its tropical climate, ironically, Filipinos are still fond of summer. We welcome one of the warmest seasons like how people from colder countries do. And since it’s the start of summer, travelers and beach bums are starting to work on their to-do-lists because in the Philippines, summer means…