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.
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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
Osmena Peak was another recommended sight in Cebu that I wanted to check off my bucket list. Osmena Peak is touted as an easy climb with incredible views—it is, after all—the highest peak in Cebu—and perfect for those who are new to more outdoorsy travel. It was a breeze to
There’s been a lot of buzz about locations which were once backpacker gems—as local travel has become more accessible, these locations are becoming popular destinations with more tourists as a welcome change from the usual party beaches. One of my favorite experiences off the beaten track, in particular, was canyoneering
Where We Stayed
Malapascua Legend Villas. Since I was the only diver in the group, and my friends were there to just snorkel, we chose a place that had a pool so we could just relax in it when the beach became too hot to swim in. We reserved a