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Sagada: A place for a True-spirited Filipino by Creativity Comes From the Soul on Apr 9, 2013Forest camping, trekking, spelunking and other nature tripping activities seem to have taken over the meaning of adventure. I myself, admit that I have loved doing these things after our trip to Sagada, Mountain Province. Yes, you heard that right! I...



A Peek at Bolinao, Pangasinan's Wonderful Cave by Rammmpa! on Apr 6, 2013The name might be too so-so to some, but for me,  it was one of the secret gems of the beautiful province of Bolinao, Pangasinan that is ought visiting. A dip on its cool, crystal clear water might be enough, but hey, if you have more time like...



Epol Underground Cave: Not for the Faint of Heart by Chasing Places on Apr 1, 2013Because Epol is located between the Davao and Bukidnon route, expect the place to be cooler than the city. When we got to Lawi-Lawi resort, there were no other guests except us. It’s probably because people that day are busy preparing for the n...



Stars on stones may break my bone. Stalagmite inside the... by tumbling si urbandud on Mar 28, 2013Stars on stones may break my bone. Stalagmite inside the Mystical Cave. #summer #Spelunking #travel #Staycation #aroundthemetro...



Backpackers Trip to Sagada (My Third Trip) by It's More Fun to Travel in the Philippines on Mar 16, 2013November 30, 2012.After going to Puerto Galera last summer 2012, my friends and I decided to have another one before the year 2012 ends, and the trip is to Sagada.Jonas, Niko, Mj, Feng, Des, Elaine, Ces, Lester, Jason, Jhen, Sir Rico, Ma'am Phlor and...



Puerto Princesa City: Ugong Rock Adventures by Binibining Wanderlust on Mar 13, 2013Our schedule for the 2nd day is the Puerto Princesa Underground River. Halfway along our journey, nag stop over kami to buy some refreshments and to tend to call of nature.  Hindi ko alam kung anong naramdaman ko pagkakita ng sign na ito.



Sagada Day 1: Tips on How to Conquer Sumaguing Cave + Hanging Coffins by Drowning Equilibriums on Mar 3, 2013Better late than never ever! Wahehe. Finally found the time to blog about our EPIC once in a lifetime (or in Ana's case, twice in a lifetime haha) experience inside Sagada's most famous tourist attraction, SUMAGUING Cave!:) I've read lots of posts ab...



TOP THINGS TO DO IN SAGADA ON A LIMITED TIME by one beach at a time on Mar 1, 2013Going to Sagada would require you at least 4 days, making way for a 24 hour commuting up the mountains. In my case I have saturday to Monday off. I only had 3 days 2 nights for this getaway. So here’s what I did to maximize my stay. >Eat Di...



Beautiful Lumanoy Cave and the Unexpected Incident by Anjville's Travel Blogs and More on Feb 11, 2013“Descending “El Torre” with Sir Gian and Ate Sheila – Mt. Kapayas” The downhill climb from Mt. Kapayas was an easy trek. Going down was faster than going up because the terrain was not truly that dangerous for a descent.



Lumanoy Cave by Anjville's Travel Blogs and More on Feb 11, 2013Lumanoy Cave and the Unexpected Incident The downhill climb from Mt. Kapayas was an easy trek. Going down was faster than going up because the terrain was not truly that dangerous for a descent. Though we were slowed down at first by descending the r...