I and my siblings decided to go to Zambales for two days and one night. We picked Zambales not only because it’s convenient but because it offers a lot of activities and adventures besides its well-known beaches. It is located in the Central Luzon region of the Philippines, and it only takes 3-4 hours to […]Read more "Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach"
I went to Pinto Art Museum with my friend Gege. I always wanted to see this place as I’ve heard that this is a must visit place…so I did. We decided to meet at 10:00 in the morning at Farmers Cubao Quezon City since the FX Terminal going to Antipolo is there. We ride a […]Read more "Travel Guide: Pinto Art Museum"
Being single is not a shortfall. It’s not a bad thing if you want to stay single and not your fault if you’re still single. Sometimes we have our own reasons why we chose to be single than to be in a relationship. Some people think that being single makes one person incomplete, but actually, […]Read more "The Benefits of Being Single"
Recently I started blogging… and this is a new thing to me and a new world that I want to discover. I started blogging last February and I’m so happy that finally, I’ve done it. Why do I blog and what makes me love it? I blog because I want it. I usually read blogs […]Read more "Why do I blog?"
Subic Beach is one of the places that I always love to go back. I was 10 years old when I first visited this place and though very young, I have never forgotten it. Subic beach is found at Calintaan Island of Matnog Sorsogon. Matnog is a third class municipality of Sorsogon, which is part […]Read more "Travel Guide: Subic Beach Matnog Sorsogon"
Zambales brought me into its hidden paradise. No doubt why people visit this one amazing province in Central Luzon. If you want to see more of this breathtaking site, check out my the previous post about Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach. Before you start your trip to Zambales, see first the guide, activities, tips […]Read more "Budget Travel Guide: Anawangin, Capones Island and Pundaquit Beach"