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Corregidor has been in my travel bucket list for the longest time, primarily because of its significance in the Philippine history. I went there last Sunday (March 13, 2016) with my blogger friends (day off ni #LeBoyf lol!) for a day tour and it did not disappoint! This is my kind of travel that I will enjoy the most for a history geek like me. One will surely enjoy the well-preserved historical structures, the untouched nature, the serenity of the surroundings and its calming sea. Well-recommended for those who travels

The Philippines is a well-known archipelago, with natural wonders that is yet to be explored. Though we already have different options to explore the whole country (busses, RoRo, planes, passenger ships), there are also other means to travel and hop-in to different islands. Thus, passenger boats and yachts can be a great alternative. This myriad display of boats can be seen and more at the upcoming Sea-Ex: The 8th Philippine Boat Show and Nautical Lifestyle Expo. Sea-Ex: The 8th Philippine Boatshow and Nautical Lifestyle Expo and Conference will be held

  Despite being harassed by the seasonal typhoons and the devastating earthquake that wrecked most of its historical landmarks, Bohol emerges as one of the top tourist destinations here in the country. With its pristine charm, one can’t resist to go back and experience what Bohol has to offer for everyone. Visit Bohol 2015 is a 3-day event that seeks to promote and to showcase Bohol’s gorgeous attractions and its world-class resorts and facilities to everyone who wants to take a glimpse to this beautiful province. The 3-day Bohol Fair

  I haven’t been to marikina for the longest time, until now. The last time that I’ve been to marikina is when I went to the Marikina Sports Center for the school org’s annual school olympics. I had fun alright, but before that I’ve been hearing good (and sometimes bad) about Marikina and its places. While Marikina is known for its shoes, flood-prone areas and being hazardous to earthquakes, they are also known for its fantastic museums that are a must-see when you’re in the area. I was invited to

I am one happy kid. I was taught to ride a bike when I was so little, and I had those memories where I used to rent a bike within the CCP grounds with my cousins to have a little tour within the area. (this always happens whenever we planned to go to Star City and the tickets were all sold out lols! XD) well that was years ago, and I haven’t rode a bike since then. Thankfully, I had a chance to ride again, but now within the walled

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