Tagged: Sunset

Picnic Grove, Tagaytay, Cavite 2

Tagaytay Hangout: Picnic Grove

One of Tagaytay’s most frequently visited landmarks is its famous Picnic Grove. This is one of the most common images that comes to mind when Tagaytay is mentioned. Sitting at the Tagaytay Ridge, it is one of the few spots...

Patungan Cove, Sta. Mercedes, Maragondon, Cavite 11

Patungan Cove of Maragondon

At the southern part of Maragondon is a small fishing village that seemed to be forgotten by time. It was far from any access to electricity and commercialization, but it helped the village from preserving their livelihood and the natural...

Banaoang Bridge, Bantay, Ilocos Sur 1

Sidetrip: Bantay’s Banaoang Bridge

Spreading across the Abra River, connecting the town of Santa and Bantay, considered as an iconic symbol of Ilocandia, the Banaoang Bridge, also known as Quirino Bridge, named in commemoration of the late former president Elpidio Quirino, is highly praised...

(Luna, La Union) 2

Pebbles and Stone Art at Bahay na Bato in Luna

The “Bahay-na-Bato” is now one of the most visited tourist destination by both local and foreign tourist in the region. It was opened for public only last 2015. Before it became available for public as tourist destination, it was only...

(Santiago Cove, Santiago, Ilocos Sur) 0

Santiago Cove of Ilocos Sur

In the small town of Santiago, Ilocos Sur, lies a small patch of paradise-like cove called the Sabangan Cove, or more known as the Santiago Cove. It is also dubbed as the “Boracay of Ilocos Sur” because of its white...

San Narciso Crystal Beach 0

San Narciso’s Crystal Beach

The province of Zambales is blessed to have beautiful beaches along its long coastline. Among those which probably tops the lists are the long stretches of beach along the towns of San Antonio, San Narciso and San Felipe, which were...

Botolan Lahar Watchpoint 0

Sidetrip: Botolan’s Lahar Watchpoint

Until now, remnants of the lahar flow that resulted from the Mount Pinatubo eruption of 1991 are still visible in some parts of Pampanga and Tarlac. But it is in the town of Batolan in Zambales where a large swath...

Brgy. Sisiman, Mariveles, Bataan 0

Sisiman: More than just a Stop Over

Ten years ago when I first had a chance to visit the town of Mariveles in Bataan. At that time, there was a serious traffic jam due to the highway construction, and we had to go to the alternate route...

Currimao Beach, Currimao, Ilocos Norte 0

Charming Currimao Beach

One of the coastal towns of Ilocos Norte is a small and quiet municipality of Currimao. You’ll definitely come across that town if taking an alternative route going to Paoay or Laoag. It’s always been our path of choice since...

Potipot Island, Candelaria, Zambales 14

Tayo na sa Potipot!

White sands, clear waters, lots of trees serving as shades, bonfire every night, beautiful sunrise and sunset — these are just a few reasons why tourists frequently visit the paradise-like Potipot Island at Candelaria, Zambales. I just knew that there’s...

(Odaiba, Tokyo) 0

Wandering Around Odaiba Waterfront

Odaiba (お台場) is known as one of the popular places for shopping, dining and entertainment in Tokyo. Whether tourist or local, both are very fond of this artificial island found at Tokyo Bay because of the many attractions and date...