The sun is up, and summer is here and what better way to enjoy the summer heat than sliding into the tallest inflatable aqua park inside the Taal Lake. It was only a matter of time, and it’s finally here. You don’t even have to wait any longer because the inflatable trampoline craze is finally … Continue reading Taal Lake Aqua Park: The Ultimate Inflatable Water Park with a stunning view of Taal! (Update 2018)
Find a whole lot of awesome food selections like tacos, buttermilk fried chicken, fish & chips, yakitori, nasi goreng, curry crab, Neopolitan pizza, pasta, and bingsu under one roof! Street Market is the first and only food hall in Boracay catering to seven unique food concepts, where you’re bound to go on a hassle-free gastronomic … Continue reading BORACAY STREET MARKET: What to eat at Boracay’s first Food Hall?!
What will you do if you wake up one day in Boracay and you do not see turquoise waters, but green mushy moss blanketing the whole coastline? The biggest problem in Manila is not traffic because it is a just point in time issue and can be solved with an infrastructure solution like a subway … Continue reading Environmental Destruction and Air Pollution are Destroying our Beloved Philippines…What are You Doing About it?
For first-time visitors, Itbayat Island may seem like a place suspended in time. An island paradise barely touched by the unrelenting hand of modernization, Itbayat is one of the last regions of the Philippines where man has hardly left his mark on the environment. It is a place that sometimes feels foreign and wild, yet at the … Continue reading ITBAYAT ISLAND: Life On The Philippines’ Last Frontier
Boracay is a well-known summer destination for friends and lovers. People from all over the world flock here to relax, eat, party, and enjoy fun activities under the sun. There are a lot of things to see and do in this not-so-tiny island…you only have to know where to look. Freestyle Academy – Kitesurfing School Bulabog … Continue reading BORACAY KITESURFING: Fly and Surf with Freestyle Academy! @regaladooexperiences
You’ve probably seen it before while strolling along the coast of Boracay–girls wearing flashy and colorful fins posing in front of the camera. Did you know you could actually be a real life mermaid for a day? Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy Fisheye Divers, Station 1, White Beach (beside Starbucks) Website:www.philippinemermaidswimmingacademy.com Facebook: Philippines Mermaid Swimming Academy … Continue reading BORACAY MERMAID: What it feels like to be a Mermaid? @regaladooexperiences
Here are some suggestions on where to stay in Batanes. Whether it’s in the charming rooms of Fundacion Pacita, mid-range inns, or affordable homestays, you’ll surely find one that’ll suit your budget and specific needs! Checkout our list of accommodations in Basco…
Already captivated by the beauty of the northernmost tip of the Philippines, the magic of Batanes continues as we discover and experience its food! Find out how yummy authentic Ivatan dishes are–from freshly caught mahi-mahi, flying fish, and lobsters, to grass-fed cows, organic pork, root crops, and vegetables! Ivatan-style cooking can be described as bland, using only salt, soy sauce, … Continue reading IVATAN CUISINE: The Flavors of the Batanes Isles!
Many spring festivals are happening all over Korea, but one of the most anticipated is the Cherry Blossom Festival. Every year, Gangneung hosts the Gyeongpo Cherry Blossom Festival, which usually starts early to mid-April where you’ll catch the cherry blossoms at their peak. This year the festival ran from April 6 to April 12.
We heard that the South Batan Tour was much more charming than that of North Batan. But how could that be, when we were already captured by the breathtaking landscapes of the North?! South Batan is where you’ll find everything to love about Batanes–from the marvelous historical man-made structures, natural sceneries, and authentic Ivatan cuisine, down … Continue reading BATAN SOUTH TOUR: House of Dakay, Honesty Cafe, and Malboro Country (Part 2)