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Philippines, Siargao

Where to Stay in Siargao: Bravo Beach Resort

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Upon the recommendation of an officemate, I checked out Bravo Beach Resort’s website and was very much impressed with the resort’s aesthetics. I’m no architect so the best way I can describe the place would be: clean, refreshing and simple yet tasteful. See? It was hard not fall in love at first sight, so I booked a room for two pax in an instant. I was hoping to get a Double Room which was priced at P3,400/night, but I was told that all double rooms were fully booked on our travel dates. Given this, we got a Garden Room instead. Pricier at P4,500/night, but significantly larger as it has its…

Baguio, Benguet

Weekender: Mt. Ulap Day Hike (with Baguio Side Trip) Travel Guide

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I don’t consider myself a (legit) mountaineer, though I am the type of person who constantly craves hikes. Sometimes, I do it just to break the monotonous 8am-5pm routine, but most times, to remind myself this: that once I start to pursue something wonderful, things will surely get hard but I just have to keep moving forward. Last May, I was delighted to discover that this craving was also shared by my officemates. They were mostly first timers so we decided to conquer a mountain that is forgiving to beginners: Mt. Ulap.

Cebu, Moalboal, Oslob, Siquijor

Siquijor-Oslob-Moalboal Travel Guide (via Cebu)

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Summer! There’s no better way to beat the Manila heat than to retreat to the seas and chill by the beach. Lucky for us Filipinos, we have so many options when it comes to pretty beaches, thanks to our (now) 7,500 islands or so. A few weeks ago, my friends and I welcomed the heat wave and went on a 6-day trip where we visited the bewitching island of Siquijor, swam with the whale sharks in Oslob, and marvelled at the wonderful marine life in Moalboal.


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