Oliver Queen, Katniss Everdeen, Legolas, Hawkeye and Merida. Aside from being bad ass (yep, even the red-haired, reluctant princess of Scottish descent is pretty bad ass in my opinion), they have another thing in common – Archery. In recent years, there has been a significant number of Archery places popping
Waterfalls, cliff jumping, and swimming with sharks, all with the people I love most! I’m not the only one in my family who loves to travel. Last January, my family and I had some crazy adventures going from Bacolod to Dumaguete to Cebu.
Here are some of things to do in
Off the southeast coast of Negros Oriental, Apo Island is a rising favorite among Filipinos and tourists alike. The Island’s white sand beach, crystal clear waters and fascinating rock formations all make for a breathtaking view and an even more relaxing getaway.
How to Get There
The most common route to Apo
What it once was
The first time I went to Oslob to swim with the whale sharks, or butanding as they’re also called, was in 2012. Back then, there were hardly any people there. It wasn’t anything like the marketplace it is now. The surroundings were serene. Everything felt peaceful and
Here’s a sad and harsh reality: Filipinos who have the means to travel for leisure would rather hop in a plane and go to some foreign country. Don’t get me wrong. I don’t have anything against other countries. In fact, I myself have travelled out of the country numerous times
I once wrote about Paguriran Island as one of those offbeat destinations, the type that looks great on paper but could prove to be otherwise up close and personal. However, when I got there and saw it for myself, I discovered that it was, indeed, something out of the ordinary.
William Feather, American publisher and author, once said, “One way to get the most out of life is to look upon it as an adventure.” That’s exactly what my family, relatives, and I did last month.
It wasn’t spontaneous. We actually planned for it for quite some time and set the