Coron, Palawan: Itinerary, Tips and Tricks

Coron is one of the stunning places in the Philippines. It is located at the northern part of Palawan with the population of more than 40,000 people with 18,000 registered voters. It consists of hidden white beaches, gigantic lakes, rich marine life, and shipwrecks.

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Roaming around Cebu City

During our first day at Cebu, Rae and I were very tired and sleepy due to our early flight, but that didn’t stop us from roaming around the city. Below is our DIY Walking Tour at Cebu City!

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Marine Wonderland of Cebu: Panagsama, Moalboal

For underwater adventurers and part time mermaids, one place that you must visit when you’re traveling to Southern Cebu is Moalboal. Moalboal’s marine life is rich.. and it’s definitely a wonderland.

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Cebu: Itinerary, Tips and Tricks

For a geographic idiot person like me, things that saves me from being lost at an unfamiliar places are GPS, locals and the travel bloggers. To help aspiring travelers like me, I will be posting a very detailed blog posts about my visit at the Queen City of the South, Cebu.

As for now, I will be sharing my itinerary that you may use or refer to in making your own itinerary for Cebu for 4 days and 3 nights.

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Chasing Waterfalls in Southern Cebu

The highlight of my trip to South Cebu was visiting the different waterfalls. (Nope, I didn’t plan this. I was just too scared to go back to the sea for a while because I was stung by a jellyfish.. and it hurts, big time!) Luckily, there are countless waterfalls in Cebu and compared to our other destination, waterfall hopping is cheaper. Below are the list of the falls that I was lucky enough to visit:

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Spontaneous Weekend at Burot Beach, Calatagan, Batangas

“Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints, kill nothing but time.”

Me and my cousins, Paulo and Kuya Jr, had this spontaneous weekend and went to visit Burot Beach located at Calatagan, Batangas. It was my first time going with them out-of-town. I guess we’re really adults now.

We went to the beach by car. I suggest using Waze since the beach is situated at a secluded place. Once we’re near Burot Beach, we spotted a gate and paid P20 pesos to enter. The guard provided a list of what you should and should not do at Burot Beach and one garbage bag.

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Covered in Ashes: Summer Outing at Anawangin Cove

A year after our graduation, my college buddies decided to have our summer get together at Anawangin, Zambales. This experience is different from what we usually do on our get-togethers, camping and beach bumming. We got a voucher from Metrodeal: Anawangin Camping plus Camara Island Sidetrip for Php888 each.

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Abandoned: Fortune Island, Nasugbu, Batangas

Fortune Island is an island located at Nasugbu, Batangas. It is well-known for its very distinctive Greek Parthenon Pillars. The island before was a resort and museum owned by Jose Antonio Leviste. It is now abandoned but still famous to travelers for camping and snorkeling.

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Baguio City: Itinerary, Tips and Tricks

As a travel beginner, it took me weeks to plan out my itinerary to Baguio. Planning was quite changeling yet a fun thing to do, especially when you do not have any idea on what the place looks like since it was my first time in Baguio. I searched a lot of blogs and read a lot. So for those who are planning their trip to Baguio, below is my sample itinerary:

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Up in the Sky: Baguio Trip Day Three

Day 3: October 12, 2014
I woke up early on the last day thinking that this will be our last day on the CIty of Pines. This time, I slept soundly because I was too exhausted walking at buying things last night. Rae was woken up by the music I played on his phone on max while I was jumping and dancing on the bed. He’s Irritated. I know he wants to throw the pillows at me, tie me up and hide me the closet, but he was too sleepy and weak to do that. Haha!

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