A pocket of white sand tucked in a corner of Pagbilao Grande Island, Puting Buhangin is one of the beaches that have been gaining popularity in the past few years. Despite being concealed behind Pagbilao Power Station, it continues to retain a very natural and pristine atmosphere. (Just don’t mind
Zombie apocalypse. Imagine it happening in Manila. Over 12 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, you probably need a little
Polillo is not the familiar party island nor does it have the usual glitzy resort comfort. But this tropical oasis on the northeastern side of Quezon Province offers an escape into an island that promises restorative vacation.
James Betia, better known as Journeying James in the blogosphere, has been traveling around the Philippines on a budget since 2003. “This is my way of encouraging fellow Filipinos to discover the beauty of our own country even with minimal resources,” he shares on his blog. But aside from pushing tourism, James