HITACHI SEASIDE PARK FROM TOKYO

I was in Hitachi Seaside Park in Ibaraki, Japan. The sun was pouring its morning benediction, shining through towering trees interrupted by yellow blooms. My soul has always been attracted to flowers, like how they are attracted to sunlight. Yes, flowers are ephemeral, but there’s this inexplicable feeling when I am surrounded by them, like they take away all my …

SIPALAY TRAVEL GUIDE BLOG

Sipalay City in Negros Occidental will surely leave you in awe with its sundry topography.  This chilled-out city remains an underrated gem for travelers.  Lavished by natural resources, there is much to like in Sipalay such as hidden caves and neck-swiveling cliff rising above emerald green beaches, which for the most part are deserted. Easy-going travelers can enjoy the laid-back …

TINGLOY, BATANGAS: SEPOC ISLAND AND SOMBRERO ISLAND TRAVEL GUIDE

Anilao, Batangas, a barangay in the town of Mabini, has been lauded as one of the top diving sites in the world, and it’s easy to understand why. If you are a macro underwater photography enthusiast, this is a dream spot because it is peppered with underwater critters, nudibranchs and a variety of colorful fishes. Anilao reefs and marine life …

MASASA BEACH TRAVEL GUIDE 2017(Budget + Itinerary)

I’ve heard about Masasa Beach in Tingloy, Batangas from travel bloggers friends a few years ago.  That time, Masasa Beach was still a secret beach of the locals and of mountaineers climbing the nearby Gulugud Baboy.  Today, Masasa Beach has carved its own name, attracting hordes of travelers and weekend campers.  I’d been curious about Masasa Beach, so recently, to …