Batangas Beach Day Tour: Stilts Calatagan


It’s summer again, time to go to the beach! If you are planning to spend your family vacation near the city but hates crowded beach I would highly recommend Stilts Beach Resort in Calatagan Batangas. The resort is a 4 hours drive from Manila via private car, pls. check the direction below: – take SLEX…

Katungkulan Beach Resort or as they call it Cavite de Boracay


HI EVERYONE 🙂 THANK YOU FOR READING AND VISITING MY PAGE. LATELY I RECEIVED LOTS OF INQUIRY AND REQUEST FOR BOOKING ON THIS RESORT. FYI PO I’M JUST A BLOGGER AND IS NOT CONNECTED TO THIS RESORT, AS MUCH AS I WANTED TO ANSWER ALL YOUR INQUIRY I DO NOT HAVE THE AUTHORITY TO DO…

Baler, the heart of Aurora


I’ve been eyeing for so may destinations in Luzon but Baler was not on my Travel Bucket list until I’ve found a very affordable online deal for an overnight stay at Baylerview Hotel via Ensogo. So my hubby and I decided to booked for a stay last December 2012, and we’re so very glad we did… pictures…

The uncrowded side of Boracay


Everybody loves Boracay! The beach, the nightlife, the party, the crowded place, the hype and people from every part of the world. If you are looking for a quite place to spend your vacation maybe Boracay is not for you, most of the people who doesn’t enjoy crowded and commercialize beach would choose Palawan or…

Puerto Princesa: Discovering a Princess in an Island


Where will you go if you have been given a chance to travel out of town in five days and have 10,000.00 pesos to spend? Where else but Puerto Princesa Palawan. (*Expenses includes Air ticket) Today I’m sharing a DIY Budget Travel and some tips about this Island. Sabi nila you’ll miss half of your…

Isla de Sombrero


Sombrero Island (named because the island looked like a big hat sticking out of the water) is about 15 minute boat ride from Mabini Batangas. On the surface, this island resembles a hat underwater, so its profile makes the name Sombrero quite appropriate. The rim of the “hat” stretches a long way underwater from north…