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Iligan City: The City of Majestic Falls

Share the post “Iligan City: The City of Majestic Falls” FacebookE-mail There’s no other city in the country that holds the record number of waterfalls. Iligan City, that’s her, the city of majestic water falls. At the latest count, it has 24 all in all that spread through out the hilly parts in the city, […]


Banaue Rice terraces a gift of ingenious hands

Share the post “Banaue Rice terraces a gift of ingenious hands” FacebookE-mail   Banaue Rice Terraces in Ifugao, is a UNESCO cultural protected site and is the oldest tourism favorite that still cap the most shares in tourism landings with its ancient enigma, the rice terraces. The 2,000 years old terraces made by the prehistoric Ifugaos […]


From NicarAGDAO to bustling Davao

Share the post “From NicarAGDAO to bustling Davao” FacebookE-mail From NicarAGDAO to bustling Davao It was almost 30 years ago that Davao’s moniker were labeled out from notoriety of Nicaragua of Central America. The country, especially Davao, was then rotten with killings, murders and chaos. Agdao, the main business district but hosts a large slum […]

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Bohol: The province of Chocolate Hills

Share the post “Bohol: The province of Chocolate Hills” FacebookE-mail The Chocolate Hills of Bohol. The lime mounds in Central Bohol are a geographical mystery. The multitude of chocolate shaped earth and lime hills dotting the landscape has put the small island province of Bohol to tourism prominence as it metamorphosed into a full scale […]


Intramuros, the walled city, the glory and shame, in the face of tyranny and awakening

Share the post “Intramuros, the walled city, the glory and shame, in the face of tyranny and awakening” FacebookE-mail One of the most important heritage site in the country, it has reminded us of our colonial past, of shame and it’s glory, and of Filipino resilience in the face of tyranny. That’s Intramuros. Located in […]


Luneta: It’s the beginning of every journey

Share the post “Luneta: It’s the beginning of every journey” FacebookE-mail Paseo de Luneta is not just a historical place in the Philippines, formerly known as Nuevo Barrio (Bagumbayan) before it was inaugurated in 1820. It is now officially called the RIzal Park. It sets in a sprawling real property in the western edge of […]


CONGRATULATIONS, Hudyaka Zanorte in Chicago!

Trophies up fro grab during sporting events One of the tent representing a barangay The people of Zamboanga del Norte is one Filipino group in the United States, that not only seeks unity among its compatriots but also promotes understanding among its varied people. Today, they have commemorated the homegrown HUDYAKA FESTIVAL Chicago version, a once popular […]


Philippines: A prized living environs

Share the post “Philippines: A prized living environs” FacebookE-mail At the summit of all our sacrifices in life, and as we toiled on our workplaces, contending with the daily redundant grinds of living, we pause for a while and surmise of what awaits us in the future. We are certain though, that there would come […]

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Puerto Princesa Subterranean River System: Palawan’s Gift of Nature

Share the post “Puerto Princesa Subterranean River System: Palawan’s Gift of Nature” FacebookE-mail The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is a gift of nature. It now puts the country on the map of tourism once again after the dark days of Dos Palmas kidnapping decades ago. It is not only enticing vacationers, but nature […]


The beauty of Negros Oriental

Share the post “The beauty of Negros Oriental” FacebookE-mail The province, which is a little over one hour travel by fast Craft, a catamaran type sea vessel from Mindanao’s western gate in Dapitan has presented allure on my travelling appetite back then. The capital Dumaguete, a laid back urban metropolis with a touch of western […]


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