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

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

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

“I am not a Tourist, I am a Traveler”

5 men, 3 months, 9 countries, and 45,000 pesos are what constituted a group of Pinoy (Filipino) Backpackers in their recent travel.

Spott3d: Lahuy Island, Caramoan

The virgin island of Lahuy can stretch upto 10 kilometers long. Lengthy stretches of fine white sand and friendly locals characterized the island. It is part of the Caramoan group of islands which has relatively remained isolated

Let’s Go Pinoy Backpacking

“Everyone Can Travel.” This includes you and every single Filipino. [ Sago as well =) ] The Pinoy Backpacking Festival starting 6pm later will include free workshops, forums, and a booklaunch. It will also feature an exhibit

The Accidental Food Blogger

I created a travel blog way back in 2007, I got serious with it February 2008. April came and I got an invite from Karen of Spot.Ph to join them in Spot.ph’s Bloggers’ Food Tour in Trinoma.