Posts in category Survival/Camping

Trekking Kabigan Falls of Ilocos Norte

Trekking Kabigan Falls of Ilocos Norte

Pagudpud boasts of its serene, white-sand beaches, but there is something else that makes Pagudpud really enchanting – Kabigan Falls. Kabigan Falls derived its name from the word kaibigan which literally means ‘friend.’ According to the locals, the 120-foot falls was given such name because the falls itself and the river water are magkaibigan.  The falls is just […]

A Full Week Trip to Kerala Backwaters

A Full Week Trip to Kerala Backwaters

  Photo Credit   Kerala is perhaps one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in the world. The state that is located in South India along the Arabian Sea is world renowned for its backwaters. Even though Kerala has its share of beautiful beaches and amazing forest getaways, the backwaters are something that you will […]

One day in Subic – JEST Camp, TreeTop Adventures and Zoobic Safari

One day in Subic – JEST Camp, TreeTop Adventures and Zoobic Safari

After going to Boracay, my guests wanted to experience a little adventure in a place not too far away from our vicinity so I brought them to Subic, Zambales. Subic is now very accessible from Apalit, Pampanga, and because of the SCTEX (Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway) what used to be a 2-hour drive is now shortened to […]

Fish your way to lunch at Freshwater Fishing Village, Magalang, Pampanga

Fish your way to lunch at Freshwater Fishing Village, Magalang, Pampanga

A good friend of mine, Joy Fast, along with her husband Kevin wanted to see more of Pampanga immediately after seeing Boracay, so with all my excitement and knowing that this couple loved seafoods, I suggested this fishing village located in Magalang, Pampanga. I’ve already been to this place and taking their requirements into consideration, […]

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