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Plaza Libertad - Iloilo City by Where My Feet Took Me on Apr 14, 2013K and I wanted to visit the Museo Iloilo before eating lunch, but they went on an early lunch break and we were told they'd open again at 2pm, we decided to just eat early lunch and go back to the Inn. By mid-afternoon, it was time to go out again, f...



Parish of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage - Iloilo by Where My Feet Took Me on Apr 13, 2013Third day in Iloilo, K and I welcomed the new day with another cup of coffee at Madge Cafe, and another bowl of La Paz Batchoy (for me). It is always a thing for us to walk around after a meal (if applicable), and K told me that before we went to bed...



An Incomplete Adventure to Minalungao National Park by everything-under-the-sun on Apr 5, 2013    Sun brightly shining! Reggae music in the air! Humid temperature! Big, Big sombreros! Swim suits, two piece, and floral shorts!!      They all spell S-U-M-M-E-R!  It is always an exciting season. Nobody dislikes...



Calauit Safari Park: A Piece of Africa in Busuanga – Palawan, Philippines by The Poor Traveler on Apr 3, 2013That scene alone sums up the park. Three zebras escaping the scorching sun took shelter in a garage and there they stayed beside a rusty, old Pinoy jeepney. It was an intriguing sight, a harbinger of how I would see the place after spending half a da...



Amazing Underwater Parks by guims' Random Science on Mar 30, 2013The world is simply amazing. From up above the grounds and below the water surface are sights worth beholding. Nature has countless awe-inspiring creations; man also has creations which defy his own ingenuity and capability. And what will we get if n...



Sorsogon | Sorsogon City Baywalk | Photo Essay by pinoyontheroad on Mar 22, 2013To tourists, this place is called Baywalk. To locals, this place is called Rimpulas. Rimpulas (correctly spelled supposedly as Rempeolas) has evolved from a garbage dumping site into a beautiful … Continue reading →...



Arabian Wildlife Safari at Sir Bani Yas Island by The Desert Life on Mar 13, 2013From the hotel, our tour guide-slash-driver, Jacques, took us to the reserve park. A former private collection of the late Sheikh Zayed, Sir Bani Yas Island‘s wildlife park has more than 12,000 animals roaming freely on the 50 square kilometer...



The Magic Inside Enchanted Kingdom by Soulfire Travels on Mar 7, 2013My family always goes to Enchanted Kingdom in Sta. Rosa, Laguna since it is near our place. Though I have been here so many times already, E.K. is always special to me. Enchanted Kingdom // May 2011There's a reason why they call this place a larg...



People’s Park in the Sky – Tagaytay City, Philippines by The Poor Traveler on Mar 7, 2013I’d be lying if I told you I wasn’t a teensy bit scared as I walked up to the park. The fog had completely enveloped the site and the dark clouds looming overhead were threatening to drench the already worried mortals below. The scene had...



Caleruega: Closer to Nature, Closer to God by Reila Travels on Mar 4, 2013Caleruega Church or Caleruega Park is actually located in Nasugbu, Batangas,  it's also very near to Tagaytay that's why most Tagaytay itineraries include this beautiful place. It's a church in the sky because it's literally on top of a mountain...