Boracay’s Beautiful Sister : Carabao Island

I recently went to Boracay to celebrate my birthday. After staying in the island for two days, partying and spending the night trying to get wasted, I felt like instead of seeking reprieve I end up escaping life itself. The pace started to get into me, parties got me weary and talking to people I barely know started to become somewhat cumbersome experience. The ambivert in me started to kick in, I know what exactly I wanted.

I wanted to escape the party, counter flow the pace, I am leaving the paradise. I headed to Carabao island.

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The Solo Traveler Categories

There’s nothing like solitary exploring things and having fun in a place you are unfamiliar with. It’s both psychologically invigorating and morally motivating.

We are all infatuated with the idea of new discoveries and exciting experiences. We aspire chartering new roads, and remained curious of the unfamiliar, however I would say; whilst I enjoy the experience of travelling alone, I definitely don’t recommend it for everyone. Continue Reading “The Solo Traveler Categories”

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Leyte and Biliran: The Underrated Destinations

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If you would have thought of an adventure in the Philippines; top of your mind would either be Boracay, Palawan or Cebu, few would have considered Leyte and Biliran. These provinces seldom reach our radar much more would we consider as a potential destination.

So brace yourselves, I will let you in – in a one of a kind adventure. Continue Reading “Leyte and Biliran: The Underrated Destinations”

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Once Upon A Time in Kalanggaman

Kalanggaman Island is arguably Leyte’s answer to Boracay of Aklan or El Nido of Palawan minus the exuberant price tags. The 753 m and uninhabited island gained a lot of attention lately, thanks to its remote location, crystal clear water, white powder-like sand, and the long stretch of sandbars on both ends. Continue Reading “Once Upon A Time in Kalanggaman”

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Top Five Reasons Why You Should Travel

“We travel not to escape life, but for life not to escape us”

We all have our different reasons why we travel. An adventurous kid seeks nothing but fun and exploration. A weekend warrior aims for retreat to relax their weary soul. While others deep down there broken hoping to heal their aching heart. Or you may be that someone wishing to meet that perfect match on a road trip. But no matter what your reason is, there is no perfect reason to travel. Every reason is enough justification. Continue Reading “Top Five Reasons Why You Should Travel”

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Experience Biliran

Travelling on a hectic schedule? Can’t decide of a quick escape whether to go on an island and enjoy the beach or have a quick hike and visit a majestic waterfall? What about having both in two days? Don’t believe me? Hang on folks. Have your backpack ready cause this place got you covered. And nope, I am not exaggerating it, this place is awesome. I mean AWESOME. Continue Reading “Experience Biliran”

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