It’s the D-Day. The Day. Flight Day. Taiwan Time. Solo Travel Vacay. Am I ready for this? The answer was a total YES!
Ever feel like the city is too fast, too noisy, too much? Ever need to relax, unwind, and just enjoy nature. But then, you don’t have the time to go away from Manila for so long? Or that you can’t do much of the adventure-y outdoors-y things, but you kind of want to try?
Solo Travel. Sure, I’ve travelled. Not so much that I’ve been to everywhere, but more than the usual person, I reckon. But all my travels, local and international, have been with friends, family, or my special someone. I have travelled with strangers, (then we turned into friends after) but we still went as a group. On April, I’ll be going off ALL BY MYSELF (*cue song*) in a faraway land. Okay, not so far, but in a country where English isn’t the primary language.
Cavite: virgin white beaches, epic landscapes, and pockets of historical novelties. You probably don’t know it but this amazing Philippine province has it all. The Department of Tourism of Cavite and Xplorra teamed up to give you The online Cavite guide you need to visit.
Even before Haiyan, a lot of people never saw Leyte as a tourist destination. With its rural charms and resilient people, Leyte bounced back from the throes of devastation and came back better that ever. Of course, the rehabilitation after the great typhoon isn’t totally complete yet, but the progress was amazing. This province should definitely be in your must-visit list!
The sun is getting hotter and the weather becomes drier. What better vacation than a beach and water excursion? Only beaches are usually super far from the Metro and unaffordable. What happens if my busy schedule only has a single day free? Aquaria Water Park solves all that! But how?
If you’re looking for a rustic, 1930s adventurer, classic winter vibe in Baguio, Safari Lodge is where you should go. Filled with taxidermy from all over the planet, Safari Lodge doubles as a museum of sorts as well as a comfortable inn to stay at.