Ever since it became a surfing destination, Baler, Aurora has become one of the most famous travel destinations for people looking for a getaway near Metro Manila.
With strong waves, especially during the monsoon season, Baler has turned into a top choice for surfing enthusiasts. Continue reading “Learn to Surf and More in Baler, Aurora”
Magellan’s Cross is probably the most important historical marker in Cebu City. There is nothing grand or extravagant about this tourist attraction, except that it symbolizes a very important event in history. On a day tour around Cebu, tourists are recommended to visit this site, where Christianity in the Philippines began. The giant cross housed inside a dome represents the cross that the renowned Portuguese explorer brought to the island of Cebu in 1521. Continue reading “Magellan’s Cross, Cebu”
On my return visit to Cebu, me and my friends went back to Basilica del Santo Niño to light a candle at the church. Candle-lighing at the church is part of the tradition in the city, reflecting the religious past of the people of Cebu. Continue reading “Lighting a Candle at Santo Niño Basilica, Cebu”
Vigan Heritage Village in Ilocos Sur is stunningly beautiful at night. I made a blog post to feature romantic Vigan at Night, but I thought it’s just right to showcase it during the day, where all the interesting details are best captured. Continue reading “Vigan Heritage Village, Ilocos Sur”
Corregidor Island stands as a memorial to the Philippines’ war history, its walls and ruins each telling a story of courage, valor, honor, amidst the heartbreak and suffering that war brought with it. Continue reading “Corregidor Island Day Tour of World War II Ruins”