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Chronicles of Beaches: Siquijor Island by Live an Inspired Life by Tara Cabullo on Apr 13, 2013As you can tell from the title of this post, I am about to write a post on one of the most underrated islands in the Philippines, the island most known to everyone as the land of mambabarangs, Siquijor. To be honest, it all started as a random work...



Spelunking at Cantabon Cave | Siquijor - The Island of Fire by Your Travel Gateway on Apr 9, 2013Caving or spelunking is one of the few extreme nature adventure that I really loved. Moreover, fear and excitement enveloped my being if that was the topic because you are going to explore the nature surface beneath the ground, wherein you didn't kno...



Siquijor Travel Guide by The Pinay Solo Backpacker on Apr 3, 2013Compared to other destinations in Visayas, few people visit the unassuming province of Siquijor. This largely uncharted region is oozing with pristine beaches and gorgeous diving spots.  It is comprised of towns with idyllic coastal charm. Here’s...



Old Enchanted Balete Tree | Siquijor - The Island of Fire by Your Travel Gateway on Mar 28, 2013Siquijor Island is rich and well known when it comes to natural healing using herbs that is available in their province. Though, we are in the Digital Age already but they are still practicing it and it is still exist in the Island. After the Ferry B...



How to Save a Life by Live an Inspired Life by Tara Cabullo on Mar 28, 2013It's Good Friday and here I am at a very remote place in the country, where city dwellers are scared of mythical creatures such as' mambabarang' --- and I have two things to say: a. I finally understand why God gave us His only son to die --- so we...



Siquijor: Semana Santa, Sorcerers, Shamans and a Spooky Statue by Flip'n Travels on Mar 27, 2013When we talk about the observance of Holy Week, Philippines will definitely be on the bizarre end of the continuum. As the whole Christian world celebrates Easter as the highlight of the advent, Filipinos will put their eyes on the Good Friday events...



Siquijor Adventure in Three Hours! by It's More Fun to Travel in the Philippines on Mar 24, 2013Port of SiquijorEver since I was a child, all that I've heard about Siquijor is about witchcraft, black magic, voodoo stuff and bad omens. Good thing I went to Siquijor and all these perceptions changed and what now remains are good memories!From Dum...



25 Fun Things to Do in Siquijor This Summer by The Travelling Feet on Mar 22, 2013Are you looking for the best place to spend summer in the Philippines? Still having a hard time in choosing where to go or what to do this summer? Well fret not, for I have the perfect solution for you. SIQUIJOR!!! Hey wait! Before you creep out by t...



Lazi Convent, Museum and Old Church | Siquijor - The Island of Fire by Your Travel Gateway on Mar 21, 2013Our country are known for being rich in church traditions, as an evident were the Old churches situated anywhere in the archipelago.The St. Isidore Labradore church and the Convent in Lazi are situated next to each other, they were only separated by...



Siquijor & Dumaguete Itinerary and Expenses by The Wandering Juan on Mar 17, 2013Salagdoong BeachThe trip to Siquijor and Dumaguete was a good short break from the hustle and bustle of the city. I would definitely revisit these two provinces because I felt that 3 days 2 nights for these two provinces did not do them justice. Here...