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soporific pai by Flip'n Travels on Apr 13, 2013When you are all templed-out and the sight of another Asian stupa will induce grand mal seizures, it is advisable that you take a break and head off to this part of Thailand where you can clean your palate before you continue exploring another Asian...



Laag 42: Baguio – Benguet: My First Trip to Luzon (Part 2) by Laagan na Cebuana on Apr 5, 2013In continuation of my “first time ko” experience, I’m sharing you this narrative post about the places where we have eaten and among other things about Baguio. Where to Eat? (Baguio Overview Apartelle) Our breakfast on the first day was at the...



Traveling, Backpacking and Blogging by John's Blog on Apr 5, 2013My experience about traveling to different destinations helped me a lot to learn more about the places, people, foods and just a bit of the culture. It also helped me to sort out where to stay and to eat foods. Likewise, the experience may be differ...



The heart of Malasimbo by Flip'n Travels on Apr 4, 2013We snugged our sarongs tightly to our chins to somehow ease the chilly mountain wind. Our friend, Santi, fashioned his Thai pants into a bolero to do the same. We were at the gates of the Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival waiting for our passes to...



How to Create DIY Itinerary? by Laagan na Cebuana on Mar 20, 2013Among the places that I have traveled, Baguio – Benguet is the stressful trip. From budget to itinerary down to the misunderstanding with my travel friends. Nevertheless, I can still consider it a successful trip with my colleagues. Without fur...



The heart of Malasimbo by Flip'n Travels on Mar 10, 2013We snugged our sarongs tightly to our chins to somehow ease the chilly mountain wind. Our friend, Santi, fashioned his Thai pants into a bolero to do the same. We were at the gates of the Malasimbo Music and Arts Festival waiting for our passes to...



Laag 20: Eco-Adventures in Balamban – One Day Itinerary by Laagan na Cebuana on Mar 5, 2013Balamban is popular due to the biggest shipyard factory in the country at the same time this town is located at the mountainous part of Cebu where tran central hi-way is located and road accidents mostly happen. Maybe because of … Continue ...



malasimbo music and arts festival by Flip'n Travels on Feb 26, 2013For a self-confessed music lover, I have not gone to ANY concerts… Sure, there was this one time in my elementary days when I saw a mall tour of the Introvoys, but I don’t think that counts under an awesome music experience. There were nu...



Board and Lodging in Penang by Discount Travel Blogger on Feb 16, 2013(My room in Banana Botique Hostel) There are a lot of backpacker places in Penang at the Core Zone area with prices ranging from 25- 50 RM for a dorm...Related Posts:Can You Get Cheaper Than $1 Good Food in Asia?Unforgettable Foods During The TripEat...



Bangui Windmills, Ilocos Norte: Towering turbines, minute men by Nikka's Notes on Feb 16, 2013The seaside town of Bangui in Ilocos Norte is probably one of the most photographed localities in the north because of its more than a dozen wind turbines jutting out of the coastline, the West Philippine Sea raging nearby. It’s always a challe...