Laid-Back Beach Camp at Sadagat (Medellin, Cebu)

You deserve that chill from the daily hustle and bustle of life at Medellin's newly camp spot – Sadagat Beach Camp.  Just opened in November of 2021, this relaxing campsite in the northern part of Cebu Province is just a 5-minute walk from the main road. You'll surely find that peace and serenity you have … Continue reading Laid-Back Beach Camp at Sadagat (Medellin, Cebu)

Carnaza Island: Still a Paradise Amidst COVID-19

Carnaza Eco-Park Although this isn’t my first time on the island, Carnaza always gives me butterflies. Check my previous travel to this island in 2019 here: Mesmerizing Carnaza Island: A Travel Guide I was just invited for this trip, but later get to organize almost everything. It’s okay though, no big deal at all. What is … Continue reading Carnaza Island: Still a Paradise Amidst COVID-19

Mt. Kapayas: A Preclimb for a Major Cause

Fast forward, in 2018, my co-workers and I longed to venture to Mt. Kapayas in Catmon. Our passion for climbing just began and rumors have it that it is challenging. Lack of knowledge and skills made us delay the plan. Years after, I’m still vying to reach that brain-like summit just like that of Mt. … Continue reading Mt. Kapayas: A Preclimb for a Major Cause

Lantapan, Bukidnon Road Trip with the Fam

It’s been a while since I’m home because of the pandemic, and a long time ago since the family went on a road trip complete. Yes, it is exciting, and I’m overwhelmed.  Note: This trip happened before the restoration of GCQ in the province. We chose to wander in areas with a lesser crowd, lesser … Continue reading Lantapan, Bukidnon Road Trip with the Fam

Malapascua Island: Revisiting the Idyllic and Dive-Haven Paradise

Langub Beach So, how’s Malapascua Island since COVID-19? Traveling to and staying on the island is now possible. There are government and health protocols to follow, of course. Health remains everyone’s priority. Quite curious, I decided to revisit the island years after my last visit (story here: Malapascua Island: A Relaxing Summer Getaway) with some … Continue reading Malapascua Island: Revisiting the Idyllic and Dive-Haven Paradise

Bantayan Island: Summer in November Escapade

Yes, it’s not my first time on the magical island of Bantayan but it always gives me something new and exciting every visit. Remember Typhoon Yolanda in 2013? This island was one of those hardly hit by the super typhoon and I was there with some friends to extend help. I saw how it was … Continue reading Bantayan Island: Summer in November Escapade

Mesmerizing Carnaza Island: A Travel Guide

I knew I had it penned but I couldn't find it. Sourcing and digging anywhere until I found it on my draft folder. Too busy? Or aging symptoms? Both, and more, I guess. Haha... It took me almost 2 years to complete and publish this travel story. Thanks to my friends' request for the itinerary … Continue reading Mesmerizing Carnaza Island: A Travel Guide

Siargao Version 2.0 With a Sidetrip to Corregidor Island

You're a chocolate lover but there's that one sweet temptation you hardly can resist. Yeah, just a few months ago we were in Siargao and I was broken heartened of leaving the island. I then promised to go back as I do miss it already while still on the plane heading back to Cebu. There's … Continue reading Siargao Version 2.0 With a Sidetrip to Corregidor Island

Manila NAIA Airport: A Travel Guide

  Manila Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA or MIAA) serves the capital of the Philippines. The international airport is considered as the busiest and the largest airport in the country. It serves over 90% of the international flights coming in and out of the country. This guide covers detailed information on the airport’s inter-terminal transportation, … Continue reading Manila NAIA Airport: A Travel Guide

From the Island to the Highland – Exploring Samal Island, BUDA, and Davao City

Why is it too hard to stick to healthy living? Work? Business? The modern way of living? Whatever your reason may be, you always have a choice. And we choose to keep weekends holy to unwind, go outdoors and spend time with family and friends. Since my immediate family is distant, my Tribu AdOBo family … Continue reading From the Island to the Highland – Exploring Samal Island, BUDA, and Davao City