Well if you think all beaches are equal, then think again. No amount of words could prove justice to how beautiful and scenic El Nido is, you have to go there yourself. Being as popular of a tourist destination as it means there will be a lot of fellow tourists, and honestly, there are hordes, … Continue reading 5 things why you should visit El Nido Philippines.
Follow my blog with Bloglovin The searing heat from the blue skies at high noon, the humid tropical air, the stuffed over packed van, the snaking curves of the provincial road, the driver hell bent on making a 7 hour drive under 5 hours lead me to wonder was it really worth the trip to … Continue reading A Beach too far, on the Palawan Island.
A journey of a thousand miles starts with a first step, it does, if you plan on getting lost, a lot. A journey starts way before you even started making your first step and sometimes you won't even know it already started. A casual "I want to go to the beach." statement I floated to … Continue reading A journey of a thousand miles starts with a first step…..If you want to get lost.
Have you ever wondered why 7 kilograms is the maximum Hand Carry Allowance? Who sets this limits and why? Can I carry my tennis racket? I'm going fishing, shall I bring a harpoon? or a fishing rod? We've been on board three different Carriers , AirAsia Philippines, Cebu Pacific and JetStar and each airline gives … Continue reading Hand Carry Baggage and other woes.
Puerto Princesa and the City An hour flight from Mactan Cebu International Airport Puerto Princesa is the hub for Palawan island and the staring point of our Puerto Princesa-El Nido Adventure. We arrived at the New airport terminal just across the old terminal. Deplaning from our aircraft using stairs is something new to me and … Continue reading Puerto Princesa Palawan- Underground River
The DSLR, or Digital Single Lens Reflex Camera was once a must have priority if your packing to travel, back then no one had second thoughts about bringing one even though it was heavy and needed a separate bag not until recently. With the leap frogging of Cameras that are integrated inside cellphones the DSLR's … Continue reading The DSLR, Does it still have a place in our baggage?
The iPhone 5s was once the cutting edge of cellphone photography during 2013 and taught us that it wasn't just about the megapixels that make a camera great. The iPhone 5s with its 8-megapixel camera was able to match against its contender the Samsung Galaxy S4 equipped with a 13 megapixel camera. I've owned the … Continue reading Must have Accessories for your Iphone 5s.
It’s hump day and half of the week is over, nothing makes the weekend more exciting than a well planned road trip. Road trips can be days long and they could be short but regardless of where your destination is a well thought of plan is always the best way to go. So living in … Continue reading Road trip? Plan it.
Traveling on a budget means traveling on a budget airline and in that context throwing the checked in luggage out of the window, cuz of cost cutting savings. On our first trip to Palawan, we decided to jettison the checked in luggage and just make do with the airline's hand carry limit of 7 kilograms. … Continue reading A story of Bag-ins and 10 packing tips