Writing this artile is a torture. It’s difficult to find the right words when images of scrumptious seafood delights keep popping up in my head. With every sentence, a plate of nilasing na hipon magically appears beside my laptop, tempting my imagination. With every punctuation, the aroma of seafood kare-kare
The amazing thing about Angela, or “Ella”, is how she exudes sincerity and confidence when she talks about being a steward of the environment. Every conversation with her is sure to inspire you to think deeply about your intentions and motivations towards saving the environment.
“I have to say that I LOVE all the Filipinos,” she writes in one of her posts about the Philippines. “They are super helpful, nice, smiling all the time, hardly ever in bad mood.” Just like on many travelers who have set foot on Philippine shores, the locals made a
Adventure is no stranger to travel writer and photographer Matt Gibson. In fact, it is his brand of travel. That’s why it is no surprise that when he set foot on the Philippines for a 30-day visit, he went to the more offbeat destinations. Instead of Donsol, he swam with
Coming to the Philippines was not part of his travel plans in the beginning. But fate intervened in the form of an airline advertisement that popped up while he was browsing for cheap fares. He booked a ticket and commenced his journey to what would become his “favorite country in
The European Union (EU) has partially lifted the ban on Philippine Airlines (PAL), which will allow the country’s flag carrier to restart operating direct flights to Europe within the year. According to an Inquirer report, EU Ambassador Guy Ledoux himself made the announcement together with Civil Aviation Authority of the
Her love story with the Philippines started in Macau. Weird? Not after you read her story. Sabrina Iovino, a travel blogger and photographer at www.justonewayticket.com, had already toured Thailand, Laos, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Indonesia when she reached Macau. As fate would have it, a Filipina hosted her and encouraged her
He was 14 years old when he first traveled solo. With an old map of Cebu in hand, he hopped on a bus to the municipality of Barili to see Mantapuyan Falls. From there, Estan Cabigas has come a long way. Today, he is one of the most prolific and
We’re on a roll! Remember when we said 2013 could be the Year of Philippine Beaches? Earlier this year, many beaches in the country were included in various lists of top island destinations, compiled by various travel websites and magazines. The recognitions keep on coming!
There are many questions that travel bloggers can answer easily. How to get there. Where to stay. What to do in a certain destination. But if you want them to stop dead in their tracks and give them a hard time, ask them what their favorite place is. And that’s