QUEZON: Your Awesome Journey to San Pablo, Laguna & Quezon (Infographics)

Our Awesome Planet in partnership with Caltex Philippines presents Awesome Journeys Infographics:

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Awesome Journey Infographics Series:

01. Hidden Valley – An escape to a lush forest with freshwater swimming pools and a hidden waterfall.
02. Colette’s – The main branch of the popular Buko Pie in Laguna
03. Sulyap Art Gallery – An art gallery/restaurant featuring antique furniture and the San Pablo cuisine. 
04. Sampaloc Lake – A beautiful lake in San Pablo City that’s a perfect for a morning jog.
05. Casa San Pablo – a quaint resort with an ambiance showcasing the best of San Pablo, Laguna
06. Carlito’s Workshop – The Art Workshop of brass sculptor Carlito Ortega
07. Patis Tito Garden Cafe – Formerly Kusina Salad, it’s Patis Tesoro’s cafe where the Viaje del Sol craze began.
08. Sitio de Amor. George & Amor Bondad’s simple private resort in San Pablo, Laguna
09. Villa Escudero – Go for their Day Tour of the Museum, Rural Village, Folk songs and dances and lunch at the Labasin Waterfalls.
10. Kinabuhayan Cafe – One of the best art cafes by artist Jay Herrera on the base of Mt. Banahaw.
11. Kubli Springs – The secret springs of Kinabuhayan Cafe where you can dine amidst nature.
12. Mount Banahaw – The mythical mountain where Mystics recharge their power on Good Friday.
13. Ugu Bigyan – Pottery Shop of Artist Ugu Bigyan and one of the Best Restaurants in the Phils.
14. JIJF Crispy Pata – Home of the Best Crispy Pata (Crispy Pork Leg) in Candelaria, Quezon
15. Agawan sa Pahiyas – A tradition during Pahiyas (the feast of St. Isidro Labrador on May 15) where the community shares the bounty and blessings.
16. Graceland Estates – Located in Tayabas, it is the best modern resort in the Quezon area.
17. Palaisdaan Restaurant – Built over a palaisdaan (fish farm) where you can enjoy tilapia and other fish dishes.  
18. Kamay ni Hesus – Miraculous Church in Lucban with a massive statue of Jesus Christ
19. Dealo Koffee Klatch – One of the oldest restaurants in Lucban that serves the best of Quezon.
20. Pahiyas Festival – The May 15th festival of San Isidro Labrador where homes are adorned with kiping (thin rice wafer leaves and their harvest).
21. Buddy’s Restaurant – The best place in Quezon for Pancit Lucban and Lucban Longganisa.
22. Arabela Restaurant – A homey Italian Restaurant that’s a foodie favorite in Liliq, Laguna. 
23. Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery – A historic site with a unique subterranean cemetery.
24. Cagbalete Island – Known for its stuck-in-time provincial ambiance with stretches of white beaches. 

Related Viaje del Sol Blog Posts:

(April 2006)
Sitio de Amor Conversations [Viaje del Sol]
[Viaje del Sol] Welcome to Tahanan ni Aling Meding

(December 2006)
[Viaje del Sol Series.1] Breakfast @ Kusina Salud
[Viaje del Sol Series.2] Step into Nina’s Kusina Salud
[Viaje del Sol Series.3] “Starbucks” stop @ Jay’s Kinabuhayan Cafe
[Viaje del Sol Series.4] Postcards from Kinabuhayan Cafe
[Viaje del Sol Series.5] The Charm of Kubli Springs
[Viaje del Sol Series.6] Sumptuous Lunch @ Ugu Bigyan!
[Viaje del Sol Series.7] Ugu Bigyan’s Pottery Garden Postcards
[Viaje del Sol Series.8] Carlitos’ Workshop – Our Last Stop

(October 2005)
Viaje del Sol Review

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