Our road trip to Laguna started at Nagcarlan Church and Underground Cemetery after which we headed our way to Liliw, otherwise known as Laguna’s tsinelas capital.
Aside from the usual weekend beach getaway, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar will let you travel back in the 18th century with its traditional mansions and heritage houses.
Only two-hour drive from Manila, Pansol in Calamba Laguna is a famous destination for private hot spring resorts promising a soothing getaway. Really a must-try weekend treat, we spent one, fun night at Pansol’s Royal Elizabeth.
Impressed – that’s what I felt after roaming around the capital and largest city of Negros Oriental that is Dumaguete, popularly known as the City of Gentle People.
We went to Apo Island on the third day of our Siquijor-Dumaguete trip. From Siquijor, we took a ferry boat ride going to Dumaguete for around 40 minutes.
Much has been told about the island of Siquijor. Folk legends share the existence of witchcraft in the place. During my teenage years, I remember watching Siquijor documentaries about “witches” making paper dolls dance without strings. You’ll also hear about their famous “mananambal” or folk healer. Witchcraft and black magic stories had indeed gave Siquijor…
With the summer heat continuing to sprawl all over the metro, we found Blue Coral beach resort to give us a refreshing atmosphere. Situated three to four hours away from Manila, we packed our things and headed our way to Laiya, Batangas.
After getting our flight booked at a Travel Expo, we were more than excited to get our feet landed in the very beautiful Coron Island. Full with a heavy breakfast, we eagerly waited for our flight. To our huge disappointment, our flight got delayed. It was only after two hours of waiting that we were…