I've read multiple, and I say multiple, blog posts, guides and reviews regarding different Sagada trips and itineraries so I can be as prepared as possible during our stay up north. So I've decided to create my own for those who are also kinda lost. Our itinerary consisted of Sumaguing Cave/Short Course Caving, Kiltepan's Peak, Bomod-Ok … Continue reading What You Need to Know About Your Sagada Itinerary
Click here for Day 1 | Click here for Day 2 Day 3 - Sunrise and Shopping, November 18, Wednesday Our third day aka last day came. We had to make the best out of it so we woke up again around 4am to get ourselves ready to leave by 4:30 for Marlboro Hill/Marlboro Country. Our shuttle service was … Continue reading #APECscape to Sagada (Day 3 – Marlboro Country)
9000+ steps na binaba at inakyat (ginapang ko actually -_-), I still got back in one piece.
Non-working holidays are God-sent blessings for the working class. Especially if they land on dates to make long weekends. During APEC week, my friends and I decided to hop on to the opportunity train for a 3D2N stay in paradise. Day 0 - The call time, November 15, Sunday We decided on meeting up in … Continue reading #APECscape to Sagada (Day 1 – Sumaguing Cave)
The first time I discovered about Wawa Dam in Montalban, Rizal was through a cosplay photo I saw lurking around my FB news feed several years ago. It looked freakin' awesome despite myself not really being into water. I remember mentioning how I wanted to go there, but it was too far from my place. … Continue reading An item off my bucket list: Visiting Wawa Dam
Around 2 weeks ago, I PMed my friend Benok, and randomly suggested that our circle should go to Tagaytay during the long holiday Papal's visit. After discussing it with my friends and have had a few confirmations of attendance. We decided we really wanted this short vacation to push through before all of us proceeding … Continue reading Colette Backpackers in a Tagaytay Escapade
As an online buyer and seller or just about anyone who has to receive a gift, the Philippine customs is probably the scariest place you don't want to see. I have only read and heard of several stories regarding their own horror experiences in the vicinity of PhilPost but earlier, I had my own. I … Continue reading My 1289php Halloween Fee in Philippine Customs
Invited by a dear friend, ate Yon, we decided to have an UBE in Ronac Art Center. Call time was 2pm in Robinsons Magnolia, while the rest of the group met in Greenhills. Around 1:45, I was only in Legarda when Jed texted they were already in Cubao. To put it simply, I thought they … Continue reading A Visit to Ronac Art Center