What started as a one time vacation is now starting to become an annual event. Last year’s Boracay vacation was a blast. Each one went home, not only with souvenirs, but also with everlasting memories. This year, we’re back, we’re bigger, and so much better. We’re here to have fun, enjoy its world class beaches, not to mention, party in its clubs until the sun is up. Let me share Our Boracay Island Vacation 2012.
Motion, music, and movement blanket the busy White Beach of Boracay. From end to end, White Beach Path is bustling with restaurants, food stalls, stores, shops, night caps and hotels – it is as busy as the streets of Makati on a working week. Good thing for those seeking a more laid back side of the island, there is Puka Beach. Read more…
Re-visiting Potipot Island Of Candelaria, Zambales
At the infancy of my wandering back in college, newbies like me had few less options when it comes to destinations. Confined with limited knowledge of destinations and traveling ideas, I was bound to nearby locations. Not far up north in a province called Zambales lies coastal destinations promising pristine beaches and offering a wide array of adventure awaiting the intrepid traveler. One of Zambales’ provinces is a paradise locals of Candelaria take pride of. I’ve been here once and was committed to revisiting the unspoiled island of called Potipot. Read more…
Mauban, Quezon: MVT Sto. Niño In Cagbalete Island
The rainy season is on its heydays and definitely far from over but no idiots like us love the beach, sand, and salt water (no sun) on stormy days. We simply can’t wait for the sun to be up and smiling back on us. No more introductions needed. We’ve been here before and back. This is our third time on the island, the second under bad weather conditions, and my first time on the eastern side. This is Cagbalete Island. Read more…
Mauban, Quezon: Low Tide In Cagbalete Island
Rocks and corals sitting under the purple sky sprung from the sea during the low tide in the afternoon. From afar, one can see the light in a factory somewhere in Mauban.
Changing tides reveal the rocks sculpted by the seas over time. The distant Mauban Power Plant illuminated by numerous lights seemed near.
More of Cagbalete Island in Biyaheng Quezon Province.