The Philippines is arguably one of the best travel destinations in all of SE Asia, home to 36,289 km of beautiful coastline which includes some of the worlds most renowned reefs, beaches, and biodiversity. In fact, just this year, Siargao, Boracay, and Palawan islands have been ranked 1st, 2nd, and 3rd (respectfully), as the “Top 5 Islands” in … Continue reading 10 Best Hotel Resorts in the Philippines! (2019)
8 Unique Pasalubongs to Bring Home from Your Next Trip to Bicol
Bicol has always been a popular destination for both local and international travelers, as it is home to one of the most beautiful works of Mother Nature. Although shy to show its tip on most days, the Mayon Volcano’s perfect cone structure has continued to attract all forms of tourists. This region is also popularly … Continue reading 8 Unique Pasalubongs to Bring Home from Your Next Trip to Bicol
BICOL: Awesome Journey to Bicolandia (Infographic)
Our Awesome Planet in partnership with Caltex presents Awesome Journey to Bicol Infographics:(Download: Awesome Journey to Bicol PDF File for Printing) Awesome Journey Infographics Series: PAGUDPUD: Your Awesome Journey to Pagudpud (Infographic) BICOL: Awesome Journey to Bicolandia (Infographic) PAMPANGA: Your Awesome Journey to Pampanga Food Trip (Infographic) TAGAYTAY: Your Awesome Journey to Tagaytay Food Trip (Infographic) … Continue reading BICOL: Awesome Journey to Bicolandia (Infographic)
The Misibis Bay Experience: How much and How to get there? (3 of 3)
Misibis Bay Resort is one hour away from the Legazpi airport by land. You can also get there via a fast craft from Embarcadero in Legazpi City. OAP | The Misibis Bay Experience Series 1. The Misibis Bay Experience: What to do? 2.The Misibis Bay Experience: What to eat? 3.The Misibis Bay Experience: How much … Continue reading The Misibis Bay Experience: How much and How to get there? (3 of 3)
The Misibis Bay Experience: What to eat? (2 of 3)
Good food is part of our criteria when deciding where to travel next. Our travels and food adventures have made us realize that just because an establishment is charging high-end prices, the quality of food will also be high. OAP | The Misibis Bay Experience Series 1. The Misibis Bay Experience: What to do? 2.The … Continue reading The Misibis Bay Experience: What to eat? (2 of 3)
The Misibis Bay Experience: What to do? (1 of 3)
Misibis Bay Resort in Cagraray Island in Albay, Bicol is marketed as “Your Luxury Island Playground”. It is a beach escape where you can relive your childhood fun with a lot of sports and adventure activities that both adults and kids can enjoy. It is located on an exclusive cove in Cagraray Island, which is … Continue reading The Misibis Bay Experience: What to do? (1 of 3)
Candelaria’s Crispy Pata!
Candelaria is known for having one of the best crispy patas in the country. 🙂 You’d be hard-pressed to find good crispy pata like this (cooked the old-school way) in Manila. On your next road trip to Bicol, don’t forget to stop over for Crispy Pata — either in the main town of Candelaria or … Continue reading Candelaria’s Crispy Pata!
Top Meals – Makati’s Secret Bicol Comfort Food
We love good food from the French Fine Dining Places to Hole-in-the-Wall restaurants. Our recent quest led us to Makati’s secret place for Bicol comfort food. Top Meal Food Haus specializes on Bicol favorites like the Pork Binagoongan and Bicol Express. It is also popular for its Pancit selection which includes Pancit Lucban with Chili.
Thousand Bears for Bicol Project Successful
Thousand Bears for Bicol Project (Bonakid Aidan not included) I’m sure most of you were skeptical (like me) when I posted Cathy’s Thousand Bears Project for Bicol.
…But I’m glad I was able to finally send our family of bears to Cathy yesterday after my visit to the doctor. … ) and I’m not sure if my bears made it to the batch last night or this morning.
A Thousand Bears for Bicol and Red Cross
(Philippine Daily Inquirer’s (PDI) Edwin Bacasmas Photo) I knew that Typhoon Durian/ Reming would be devastating since it was a Category 5 typhoon (the highest ever category) and a lot stronger than Typhoon Milenyo (category 3).
…You may send you donations to the Philippine National Red Cross through: Metrobank Port Area Branch 1) Peso Account Account name: The Philippine National Red Cross Account number: 151 – 3 – 041 – 63122 – 8 – MBTC 2) Dollar Account Account name: The Philippine National Red Cross Account number: 151 – 2 – 151 – 00218 – 2 Swift Code: MBTC PH MM B. … Globe Donate-A-Load Just text RED <space> <AMOUNT in 5/25/50/100/300> then send to 2899