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

Tagaytay Hills: A Night Trek and Camp In No Plan

Spontaneity seems my adventure trend these days since our Singapore trip last April. Apart from being too preoccupied with my life, juggling between work and personal, yes, I felt always excited every time. Not until I got myself into this short-notice, and I mean short – as in just hours before, camp. That excitement turned … Continue reading Tagaytay Hills: A Night Trek and Camp In No Plan

My Misadventure Series (#3): Losing Valuables at a Mall’s Toilet in Singapore

After a four-hour bus ride from Melaka, Malaysia, we decided to eat dinner at a food center in a huge mall in Jurong East, Singapore. Sotong in a rice bowl was so delicious that I nearly ate everything. Disclaimer: All thoughts expressed in this blog are based on my own. Every traveler may differ in … Continue reading My Misadventure Series (#3): Losing Valuables at a Mall’s Toilet in Singapore

A Glimpse of the Mystic Island of Siquijor

Witchcraft. Slightly spoilt beaches. Refreshing waterfalls. Mysterious sanctuaries. Exploratory caves. Interesting forest walks in hilly interior. These are the words-of-mouth from people who have just visited Siquijor, which made my wandering feet dream to step foot one day. Several plans penned mentally yet none happened until a group of travelers, Destination Dream (DNDM), posted their … Continue reading A Glimpse of the Mystic Island of Siquijor

Tribu AdOBo’s First Anniversary: The Hows of Us

Team Nature, D' Nature Wanderers, Tribu AdOBo. How? When? Where? Who? Questions left me pondering. Yeah right? Knowing these guys this far? Hmmm, let's have a rewind. Disclaimer: All thoughts expressed in this blog are based on my own. Every traveler may differ in perspectives on things they experience at traveling. I have co-workers who … Continue reading Tribu AdOBo’s First Anniversary: The Hows of Us

Camiguin Island Is… A Little of Everything Yet Full of Knowing

Three years in elementary. Four years in high school. Another four years in college. And more years after my education. Been to places first for shortstops and staycation. Yes, it actually took me decades to realize my childhood dream to travel to a place I so proclaimed a paradise – Camiguin Island. It’s the destination … Continue reading Camiguin Island Is… A Little of Everything Yet Full of Knowing

A Road Trip to Bukidnon: Heading North With the Family

“How much have you traveled your hometown?” A random person messaged me once. That very question left me pondering for some time. Later did I know I was actually a tourist of my own hometown. It’s kinda embarrassing (a bit) on my part since I’ve traveled much to other cities and provinces than my birth … Continue reading A Road Trip to Bukidnon: Heading North With the Family

Bukidnon: Becoming a Tourist of My Own Province

Proud to be a daughter of Bukidnon, which I personally dubbed as “The Province of Greens.” You’ll know why as you go wander with me in this beautiful, scenic province where I was born and where keep going back wherever I may roam because it is where I belong. Disclaimer: All thoughts expressed in this … Continue reading Bukidnon: Becoming a Tourist of My Own Province