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“Adto Nako” Cebu (Seeing Cebu Travelogue Series Finale)

After touring Cebu City, Bantayan and Malapascua Islands from Day 1 to 4, “Adto nako Cebu” (I am leaving Cebu). Our feet were heavy as we woke up on the last morning of our adventure, not because

Spott3d: Vigan Heritage House, Calle Crisologo, Vigan

The Heritage Village of quiet Vigan was institutionalized as part of the UNESCO World Heritage List November of 1999. It was valued for preserved architectural and landscape design which embodied a unique fusion of Asian design and

Malapascua Island, Cebu’s Boracay (Cebu Travelogue Series 4)

From Bantayan Island and still in the Visayan Sea, it only took us a little less than an hour to reach nearby Malapascua Island via a small boat. The waters were just as clear as that of

SEAIR 15% Discount Promo to Let’s Go Sago! Readers

Yes, just for you dear readers, South East Asian Airlines (SEAIR ) website is giving away a 15% discount via the promotion code “jgsc53aa” for Let’s Go Sago! readers.

Reaching Bantayan Island
(Seeing Cebu Travelogue Series 2)

We left the city hotel early by private van and reached northern Cebu‘s port to Bantayan by 8am. Still a little sleepy from the 3-hour ride from Cebu city, a small motor boat fetched our group of

LetsGoSago.net Celebrates 1st Quarter Anniv Surfing in La Union

After 93 days, 40 travel & food blog posts, 2 print & online media features, and 1 finalist badge in a recent web awards, Let’s Go Sago! is now three months old! A big thanks to you

Historical City of the South (Seeing Cebu Travelogue Series 1)

It started with Cebu Pacific’s Php999 local destination airfare promo sometime end of July. But where do I go? I am fond of going places I have not been to. From the history books back in my

Spott3d: Bangui Windmills, Ilocos Norte

The Bangui Windmills of Ilocos Norte are actually wind turbines situated along the 3km stretch of Bangui Bay. It was built to generate clean energy from wind power. It supplies electricity in the local area as well