Exploring MAVULIS ISLAND: The Philippines’ Northernmost Island

People love claiming they have been to the best and most beautiful of places, dined in the most prestigious of restaurants, and experience the most awesome of things ever perceived. Of course, I am trolling here, but there’s a truth to this, isn’t it? Some of us just want to seek what isn’t usually experienced…

Exploring ILOCOS NORTE: The Pride of Ilocandia

Ilocos Norte is home to a rich number of interesting travel destinations. It has centuries-old churches, stunning natural wonders, as well as magnificent man-made structures. According to the Department of Tourism in 2017, three of its tourist spots are some of the top favorites of local Filipinos to visit, and these are the beaches of…

Exploring BRUNEI: The Land of Unexpected Treasures

Tell me one thing that comes to your mind upon hearing the country of Brunei. Mosques? Oil? Royalty? If you answered one or more of these three, then somehow you already know Brunei because these are three things it is usually associated with. Brunei is predominantly a Muslim country, and naturally, mosques are built all…

Exploring CHINA: A Primer to the Land of the Awakened Giant

The third largest country and the world’s most populous nation, China is undoubtedly one of the present superpowers of the world. This nation, with its long history, well-regarded traditions and culture and numerous people, polarizes the whole world all over. It is first and foremost, a communist country. The Communist Part of China (CPC) has…

Exploring SULU: The Pearl of BARMM

One of the most untouched island provinces in the Philippines is none other than Sulu. This isn’t a wonder, though, as few places in the province are bugged with hostility among rebel groups. Nevertheless, one or two places should not define a province. There’s more to Sulu than what is being tagged on it in…

Exploring LAKE SEBU: Home of the Dream Weavers

One of the prime destinations in the whole region of SOX (shortcut for SOCCSKSARGEN, which stands for the provinces of South Cotabato, Cotabato, Sultan Kudarat and Sarangani and the city of General Santos) is the mystical town of Lake Sebu. To avoid confusion, I must mention that Lake Sebu doesn’t just refer to the body…

Celebrating HOLI, the Most Colorful Festival in the World!

If there’s one festivity that would imbibe India’s color and vibrance, it would be the Holi Festival. My memory of taking part in its festivities this year remains vivid ― as vivid as the colors being splashed all over the people inside the temples and along the streets! When I first set foot in India…

Exploring AGRA, INDIA: Home of the Taj Mahal

Pristinely white marble structure, splendid architectural design, and a love story that was built to last. These are words that perfectly describe the arguably most famous landmark in India: the Taj Mahal. If ever you visit this vibrant and colorful country in South Asia, you gotta make sure you visit the city of Agra. And…

Exploring JAIPUR: the Pink City of India

Jaipur, the Pink City of India, has captured the eye of travelers and tourists around the world because of its impressive structures all covered in shades of pink. This is especially true within the walled historic center, which was painted with terracotta pink color. In this blog post, let us learn how to go to…

Exploring Lulugayan Falls: Samar’s Curtain-like Waterfall

My recent travel to Samar started with this gorgeous waterfall in the heart of Calbiga! Called Lulugayan Falls, this waterfall has amazed me even from afar. I was riding the habal-habal when I managed to get a glimpse of its promising cascades. And when I was finally near it, I couldn’t help but be awed…