1. Brunei Darussalam 2. Cambodia 3. Indonesia 4. Laos 5. Malaysia 6. Myanmar 7. Singapore 8. Thailand 9. Vietnam 10. Armenia 11. China, Shenzhen 12. Hong Kong 13. India 14. Iran 15. Kyrgyzstan 16. Macau 17. Maldives 18. Mongolia 19. Nepal 20. South Korea 21. Sri Lanka 22. Taiwan 23. Tajikistan 24.[…]
As our main reason for going to Oslob Cebu is to see some whalesharks, I searched for the property which is closest to where the attraction takes place. Went to BOOKING.COM, and that’s how I found the Oslob Seafari Resort. It’s only about 5 minutes away from the Whale Shark Watching Area by a jeepney, so I took it[…]
Since we wont be able to do the Whaleshark Encounter until tomorrow, we got curious what else can we do in Oslob. We asked around and people suggested the Tumaglog Falls. We took jeepney and got off at the foot of the trail up the falls. As soon as you get off the jeep, you’d see motorbikes lined up offering you f[…]
March 16th, 2016 – around 10:00AM, we head to Station 1 to meet with Ryan (the tour guide) and he immediately took us to the registration area for the Underwater Fish Feeding (Helmet Diving). Right after that, we got on a speed boat to head to the Diving Deck. Well from someone who doesn’t really know how to swim […]
Before booking a reservation, I always look for the property’s distance from the airport and how accessible it is from other things that I plan to do with the area. One thing I also look for is the ambiance and affordability. Searched on BOOKING.COM using the criteria that I’m looking for, and I found this hotel. […]
Boracay is a small island in the Philippines located approximately 315 km south of Manila and 2 km off the northwest tip of Panay Island in Western Visayas region of the Philippines. We booked a flight through Cebu Pacific Air for PHP 3,782.88 each (one way). Bit expensive, I know. But if you can grab one during t[…]
Living in the Philippines for 27 years, I’ve never really seen much of it. I first had to live in another country, before I actually felt the need of seeing other side of my own country.
I was born and raised in Manila. So what I’m used to are the busy and dangerous streets of the Philippines. So much traffic, crimes, pollution, over-populatio […]