2019 • 07 • 15 Anilao is more well-known as a diving mecca than a beach paradise. But hidden in between its rocky promontories are short stretches of white sand that, although not as fine as those you will find in Boracay or Bohol, are soft enough for an affair
2014 • 02 • 16 Just when you think you’ve seen most of what the Batangas shores have to offer, you stumble upon a beach that is a little offbeat. In many ways, Malabrigo in Lobo, Batangas, is not your ordinary white beach. It is not a sandy beach; it
2023 • 09 • 06 Zombie apocalypse. Imagine it happening in Manila. Almost 14 million people in one dense megacity. The chaos. The desperation. The paranoia. The nagging stress. Sounds familiar? If your life in the city feels like you’re in an episode of The Walking Dead minus the zombies,
2014 • 02 • 08 Crumpler sent us a gift for Christmas. When we opened it, to be honest, we did not know what to do with it. It was a Low Level Aviator toiletry pouch, something that I knew would have been very useful in my travels. Back when
2014 • 05 • 19 Peppering the coast of mainland Camarines Norte is the Mercedes Group of Islands. All seven of them — Apuao Grande, Quinapaguian, Malasugui, Apuao Pequeña, Canton, Caringo, and Canimog — are scenic and excellent tropical destinations for your beach bumming pleasure. But all seven are hard
2018 • 04 • 24 Silanguin Cove is the farthest of all the newly rediscovered secluded beaches in San Antonio, Zambales. While Nagsasa and Anawangin Coves are littered with volcanic ash, Silanguin is strewn with light grey sand. It isn’t as fair as the others, but the surrounding landscape makes
All these beaches are located within 5 hours of Manila (without flying). How many can you identify? #WhereInThePhilippines are these gorgeous beaches?
Happy New Year, beach bums! You’re probably still enjoying the Christmas break. You probably still can’t believe that you would be going back to work in a few days. But there’s no need to worry. If there’s one thing we like about working in the Philippines, it’s that we have
The last month of 2013 has just started, but the countdowns of the best destinations for next year are already coming in! And things are already looking good for the Philippines. Lonely Planet’s 2014 list of 10 Best Value Destinations has included the island of Palawan, the country’s Last Frontier.
In the north-eastern part of Mindanao on the border of the Pacific Ocean lies on of my favorite places on this planet: Siargao Island. Easily reached by plane from Cebu or Manila, this tropical island is a must-visit for anyone touring the Philippines. Here are five reasons why.